Oviya manages to carry off her role with confidence and is undoubtedly the scene-stealer of 90 ML. Her bindass body language and innocent yet naughty looks add a new dimension to her act, upping its recall value in a big way. Her entry scene is likely to click with her fans.
STR has done a fairly good job as music composer as his tunes enhance the impact of the onscreen raunchiness big time. However, the editing is lacklustre as several scenes tend to drag.
Verdict: 90 ML had the potential to redefine the tenets of Tamil cinema. However, it fails to make an impact as it lacks depth and an emotional connect.
Alagiya Asura must be praised is the way she's handled a lesbian relationship. While that twist pulls the carpet under your feet, it is not effective because it does nothing to push the story forward.
Verdict: 90 ml has all the flavours of a 'high' party, but poor mixing lets down on engagement.
The movie has nothing new to offer in terms of story. We have seen similar stories with men playing lead roles. Here, the difference is that the situations are narrated from women’s point of view.
Oviya portrays a character who lives life by her own terms. She fits into the role of a bold and daring girl effortlessly.
The promos of 90ML project the film as a sleazefest, but the film far from that. There is a story, a thin plot that is inconsistent. While the film opens a conversation about women having sexual desires, the proceedings and badly-written scenes overshadow that.
90 ML starring Bigg Boss Oviya and directed by Anita Udeep, aims to be a woman-centric film that deals with relationship issues.