Critics Review


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Sam Anton has a knack of presenting clich�s in a convincing manner, he has followed it here successfully. The writing is convenient at many places, yet the depth in explaining the multi-layered crime angles hide the flaws. There are dips in the flow and it does feel like the scenes are all-over-the-place until a point, but they slowly evolve to become something interlinked and it�s done well despite cinematic liberty(more)

Source: Ashwin Ram, MovieCrow


Atharvaa's smart cop thriller keeps us hooked

Sam Anton, who had delivered the solid cop drama 100, teams up with Atharvaa again to give us an almost edge-of-the-seat action thriller that has enough smartness to keep us hooked. The director spins his tale around the concept of deviation crime, through which a criminal enterprise commits a major crime by diverting the police's attention to a string of smaller crimes that are committed around the same time.(more)

Source: M Suganth, Times Of India


Atharvaa's performance and stylish stunts make Trigger a watchable drama!

Trigger might not offer anything new in terms of writing or execution, but it has moments that makes it a passable action film. (more)

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