Hate Story 3 is the third installment film of the franchise that brings thrill and boldness together. Directed by Vishal Pandya, this one stars Karan Singh Grover and Sharman Joshi in lead roles with Zarine Khan taking over the female stage. The film is slated to release on December 4.
Hate Story 3 is the third installment film of the franchise that brings thrill and boldness together. Directed by Vishal Pandya, this one stars Karan Singh Grover and Sharman Joshi in lead roles with Zarine Khan taking over the female stage. The film is slated to release on December 4. less
“Even those who love watching 'erotic thrillers', would probably hate this story.”
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I won’t get into the explanation or the story of the film because I am still trying to figure out what exactly happened. But to give you the insight of the story, it’s a love-hate story. Aditya Diwan (Sharman Joshi) and Sia Diwan (Zarine Khan) are an extremely rich couple who are leading a wonderful life until Saurav Singhania (Karan Singh Grover) enters their life. He has vowed to destroy Aditya, the reason is disclosed in the end and so is Saurav’s identity. He has too many roles to play, once he is Saurav, once he becomes Vikram Diwan (Aditya dead elder brother) until the final identity is revealed.
This is a story of love, lust, betrayal, and revenge. Aditya has murdered his brother to take over the empire and now Vikram’s best friend has come back to avenge Vikram’s death (but he is actually alive).
The story is too twisted, tastes stale and is extremely boring. Daisy Shah (Kaya Sharma) plays the role of Aditya’s employee who has risen up to great standards. For all those who thought she plays a pivotal role, she actually doesn’t. She is a pawn used by people time and again. Her acting skills have degraded from her first.
Sharma Joshi’s acting is utterly disappointing. He can’t pull off the angry young man look. Zarine’s acting changes as her character changes, but it gets bad from worse. Karan Singh Grover’s character is another slap on your face as disappointment strikes again, but he is best amongst the rest. However, that doesn’t make him good.
The songs cut in between the scenes and are put in to add the flavor of lust and love to the film. Most of the songs are unnecessary. Lots, of lingerie display, and mouth and tongue action. Though, we live in the time where we can handle ‘bold romance’ but this one will definitely make you wince.