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200 Halla Ho (Film, Zee 5)

The rage of 200 Dalit women unleashed


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Amol Palekar, Barun Sobti, Rinku Rajguru, Sahi Khattar and more


Sarthak Dasgupta

The rage of 200 Dalit women unleashed

An Indian crime thriller directed by Sarthak Dasgupta and Alok Batra (in his directorial debut), 200 Halla Ho is based on a real-life incident in which 200 Dalit women lynched Akku Yadav, a gangster, robber, serial rapist and killer in an open court in Nagpur. It deals with the moral dilemma of their ultimate deed, borne out of their pent up rage over decades.

In his comeback role, the versatile veteran actor Amol Palekar was praised for his portrayal of the retired judge and committee head. He succeeds in making the audience empathise with his inner anguish.

An angry plea for women’s rights

“The movie leaves a lasting impact…and one wonders that no matter how much we talk about equality, there are certain sects that are still struggling to get the respect they deserve.”

3/5 stars

“Drawing strength from a slew of quietly efficient performances, the director parlays the material into an impactful tale of crime and punishment that transcends genre limitations. High production values, tone, pacing, powerful performances and dramatic direction.”
– Saibal Chatterjee, NDTV

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