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A number of films on call girls have been attempted in the past. But MR. 100% - The Real Player is different: It's based on male prostitutes/gigolos. With a rarely attempted concept on hand, the makers could've come up with a thought-provoking fare. Unfortunately, MR. 100% - The Real Player is all about titillation.
MR. 100% - The Real Player tells the story of a gigolo, Rajesh [Aryan Vaid], also known as Mr. 100%. His wife [Mahima Chaudhary] is unaware of his profession. Rajesh gets into this profession courtesy Shailesh [Irrfan Khan], who is known as Mr. Perfect. Shailesh contracts AIDS and Rajesh's wife gets to know of the nefarious activities. All hell breaks loose...
A sleaze fest, MR. 100% - The Real Player has a tacky look all through. Besides, the screenplay lacks the meat to drive home the point. Aimed at the front-benchers, all it does is focus on skin show from start to end. Direction [Om Prakash Makkar] is weak. Musically, nothing to hum about. The performances are equally lackluster. Aryan Vaid hams. Mahima Chaudhary, in a brief role, is okay. Om Prakash Makkaradds to the glamour quotient. Irrfan Khan is wasted.
On the whole, MR. 100% - The Real Player will hardly find any takers.