Hundred is the latest Web series from Disney+ Hotstar, as part of its Hotstar Specials catalogue. Hundred is an action comedy series that marks the digital debut of Lara Dutta, playing the lead role alongside Rinki Rajguru (Sairat). The Disney+ Hotstar VIP show is the story of two distinct women, who team up to fight against a common enemy. Critics have streamed Hundred on Disney+ Hotstar, and here is a review roundup to help you make the binge-watching decision.
Hundred Review: Lara Dutta’s Series Doesn’t Always Add Up
Saibal Chatterjee from NDTV.com writes, “This isn’t a perfect ten. Certainly not ten times over. Hundred skirts around the complexities inherent in its two principal strands – a policewoman grappling with misogyny and a young girl coming to terms with her fate – and presents the story in simple, direct terms, which is either a strength or a drawback, depending upon what you are looking for as a viewer.”
Hundred Review: Lara Dutta and Rinku Rajguru make a Zingaat entry into digital space
Divyanshi Sharma from India Today says, “Hundred is infused with fitting background music which turns from cheerful to intense in the blink of an eye. The costume and make-up designers have also done a fine job, adding glamour only where it is required.
In all, despite a few hiccups, the show is an entertaining ride and deserves to be on your watch-list this weekend.”
Hundred review: Lara Dutta, Rinku Rajguru’s Hotstar series cannot even manage a passing score
Soumya Srivastava from Hindustan Times writes, “Hundred is a shoddily made series with no performances to watch out for; neither National Award winners nor Miss Universes can save it. We advise you to spend your days elsewhere, whether you have 100 days to live or a 100,000.”
‘Hundred’ review: Lara Dutta and Rinku Rajguru steer a fun run to the crease
Nandini Ramnath from Scroll.in says, “The series belong to its flawed and feisty females. Both Lara Dutta and Rinku Rajguru are cast against type, and they grab the opportunity to expand their repertoire. Dutta’s slinky ways in Bollywood films are deployed to good effect in Hundred, in which Saumya proves to be a seasoned schemer. Rajguru, the symbol of tragic youth in the blockbuster Sairat, taps into her comic vein, and is equally impressive when she quietens down, especially in Shantanu’s presence.”
Hundred Review: Perfect Comeback By Lara Dutta But It’s Rinku Rajguru’s Performance You Can’t Afford To Miss
Gautam Batra from Koimoi.com writes, “Hundred is a perfect comeback of Lara Dutta. It has a very interesting take on police department and regular politics that goes on inside. But if not for anything, must watch it for Rinku Rajguru and her adorable portrayal of Netra.”