Atharvaas clever cop thriller keeps us engaged in the Trigger movie review

An undercover cop has to find the behind a child abduction racket, which will ultimately lead to the reconciliation of his Azheimers-affected father, a retired policeman . The film is an almost edge-of-the-screen action thriller with enough intelligence to keep us riveted .

Synopsis of the Trigger Movie: An undercover cop has to find the behind a child abduction racket, which will ultimately lead to the reconciliation of his Azheimers-affected father, a retired policeman.Trigger Review: A crime involving almost three decades is the subject of a film review.In 1993, the film opens with a bold assault on the police commissioners office.Michael, the mastermind of this attack (Rahul Dev Shetty, who delivers a chilling appearance), is sentenced to a modest fine in order to run his operation out of jail.

Sathya Moorthy was a cop who had to leave the service under a cloud of suspicion and is now suffering from Azheimers.The commissioner sends Prabha to an undercover squad that investigates abuse in the police and handles cases extrajudicially.Prabhas is taken into consideration when a child, named Nisha (Baby Dhikshitha), is kidnapped by his brother and sister-in-law.As he begins digging, he finds that the murder may be connected to a case pursued by his father in 1993.

Sam Anton, who had produced the well-known cop drama 100, teams up with Atharvaa to produce an almost edge-of-the-screen action thriller with enough intelligence to keep us riveted.The author turns his tale around the concept of deviation crime, in which a criminal enterprise commits a major offense by diverting the police attention away from a series of smaller crimes committed around the same time.He also creates scenes in which the scene takes place in multiple locations at the same time, keeping with the murder's nature.The filmmaker introduces us to scenes that occur in parallel, which not only provide suspense, but also give the scenes some dynamism.

He also makes the villain strong enough that his character also appears fragile, injuring us for his safety and that of those around him.In Atharvaa, we have a leader who can be vehement and make us cry for Prabha.Some of the supporting cast members are also very lethal and enable us to deal with their characters in a relaxed fashion.We have Chinni Jayanth, a member of the Prabhas team, who has a heroic moment.

The plot featuring Prabhas' brother (Krishna) and sister-in-law (Vinothini) is similar to what we saw in Kuttram 23, but the actors succeed to sell this.If there are any minor flaws, they are negligible.The over-the-top action scenes are, in spite of their dynamism, rather over-the-top and not-so-imaginative.The beginning scenes that make up the story are also somewhat shaky, including an ill-thought-out song about Prabha and his crew.However, the director spares us from a full-fledged romantic track.