Produced by –Pramod Films & Miracle Movies
Directed by –Sam Anton
Caast-Atharvaa, Tanya Ravichandran, Arun Pandian, Rahul Dev Shetty, Azhagamperumal, Chinni Jayanth etc
Censor Rating- U/A
Running Time-139 Minutes
High on the action quotient with some well choreographed stunt sequences, Trigger is a reasonably well crafted thriller that offers some good moments.
Atharvaa comes good both in the action as well as in the emotional scenes. Tanya Ravichandran’s character has been tactfully woven into the main plot but the romantic angle between Atharvaa and Tanya suffers a setback as it appears to have been underwritten.
Rahul Dev Shetty is quite menacing in his role that is characterized by cold-bloodedness! It is actually nice to see a strong antagonist on the screen after a long time!
The film starts an effective note showcasing the assault on a precinct in the early nineties! The screenplay unfolds well from then on but the sub plots turn out to be a little monotonous!
Prabhakaran (Atharvaa) is an undercover cop vested with the responsibility of looking into the corrupt activities of those within the force.
The kidnapping of a child, Nisha (Baby Dhikshitha) sets the ball to roll and the narrative ‘triggers’ into action from then on!
Prabhakaran’s dad, Sathya Moorthy(Arun Pandian) is a former cop who had to quit owing to odd reasons.
As Prabhakaran moves forward and further in the investigation, and in the process gets to know that the crime is connected to a case that his dad was looking into, then!
How he uncovers the facts is all what the rest of the film is about!
An edge of the seat thriller!