The Hotstar police drama “Hundred” has a stellar cast, with Saumya Shukla as an ACP dedicated to eradicating sexism in her department and Netra Patil as a desk clerk who learns she has 100 days to live.
After their lives are entwined by fate, the two women form an unbreakable bond. Despite the unusual chemistry between the show’s female protagonists, it received mixed reviews for its half-baked concept. It’s still unclear whether “Hundred” will be renewed for a second season. The current state of knowledge is as follows.
Hundred Season 2 Release Date
On April 25, 2020, Hotstar released the entire first season of “Hundred.” There are eight episodes in total, each lasting 30 minutes.
Given the show’s mixed reception upon its premiere, it has little chance of being renewed for a second season. After the first season, it’s possible that the story will continue.
If the network and the show’s creators can reach an agreement, the show may be revived. If Hundred is renewed, the second season is set to premiere on Hotstar in 2022.
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Hundred Season 2 Plot
In Season 1, a disgruntled police officer named Saumya fights for the respect and recognition she deserves from her chauvinistic superiors.
Because they work in the same field, husbands are always on the lookout for signs of jealousy in their wives. As a result, when Saumya is not working, she spends the majority of her time with her toy boy Maddy.
Saumya comes across Netra, a census worker in critical condition with only 100 days to live, during one of her shifts as a police officer. Saumya encourages Netra to live life to the fullest for the rest of her days, and as their friendship grows, she recruits Netra as a police informant, but chaos ensues.
Finally, Netra expresses her admiration for Shantanu, a good-hearted thief. Maddy is caught between a rock and a hard place when Pravin, Saumya’s husband, confronts her about a crucial case.
Season 2 could be about Saumya and Netra’s new beginnings. Saumya is now free to live her life as she wishes, with the goal of achieving gender equality in the police force. As a result, Netra may have the opportunity to marry Shantanu and follow her heart.