Two boys just after the movie
A: Pata nahi why par main incomplete sa mehsoos kar raha hoon
A: I guess I have missed something in the movie
B: Dude! They werent there
Period. Actually if you are really dying to catch this movie, then you get the message. But still, the ritual rating has to be given -2/5. It is watchable with exoticness justifying the (A) rating but not the hype generated.
A journo, Kavya (Paoli Dam) exposes a cement business. Its owner, Siddharth Dhanrajgir (Gulshan Deviah) decides to f*ck her (quite literally). Somebody in the audience whistled on the appearance of the name, Siddharth Dhanrajgir (he must have remembered 1970s). The f*cking gets her pregnant, the shrewd businessman gets her reproductive organs removed and then the pros rises - main iss shehar ki top ki r**di bannna chahti hoon (I want to become the top pros of this city). Rest of story is how she used her body to get herself the justice.
Paoli Dam : as a pros gives her professional best. Acting was decent, much better than Aisha (actress who acted in it). The publicity has brought her to mainstream limelight; verdict will be clear perhaps later but she deserves some more quality chances.
Gulshan Deviah : one of those actors who are defined by the phrase isko kahin dekha hai. Nice attempt. He was best with his stammering lines and one-liners (engineers may be recall the cult movie, Gunda by the style of his dialogue delivery).
Nikhil Dwivedi : He debuted in a movie called My Name is Anthony Gonsalves. Many viewers reported of not recalling their name after watching it. But here he was simply realistic enacted the character of a loser like his real life.
Saurabh Dubey : plays Kumar Dhanrajgir, father of Gulshan Deviah. Awesome performance.
Joy Sengupta : enjoyed the maximum with the protagonist (isne sabse zyada maaze liye). Never actually thought that he could do B-grade stuff so0O very well.
Mohan Kapoor : he was no match to Joy.
Cinematography is seriously B-grade. Music, even if it was there I cant recall. Screenplay is satisfactory. Hate Storys biggest asset is some of its one-liners which are few and limited.
A couple of them :
"I f*ck the people who f*ck with me"
chuhiya ke daant to sher se paine hote hai, but panja sher ke pass hi hota hai
Answers to the most important questions :
Should I go? NO. Incase you insist for this, you will have to play the ab-aayega-scene game for nearly 3 hours. Ensure your energy levels to survive by carrying Tzinga with you (Survival tip).
Why? Catch a better quality B-grade in your old cinema hall. Am sure you will find one.
Then who will see this! : fans of Mallika Sapera (surname nahi yaad aa raha, but photo dimaag mein hai), SherLion Chopra (another hypo) and wannabe actresses like Poo-Naam-Pan-Doo (quite a length covered!). In addition to famed list, any audience who is shy to see a B-grade movie in an old rickety cinema hall but are fine with multiplexes.
Kiske naam pe bikega : one-liners and the erotic poster!!
Words of wisdom : Watch on DVD (if you are curious). Instead go for a better quality B-grade movie.
ps: Once I saw this awesome Bhojpuri movie Current mare goriya while travelling in a video coach somewhere nearby Dhanbad. I treat that as a benchmark when it comes to a B-grade. By God! Aaj uski phir yaad aa gayi (remember it today)