Hate Story 3 Review
The story revolves around Aditya Singh (Sharman Joshi) and his wife, Siya Singh (Zareen Khan) who takes care of the family business after the demise of Aditya's elder brother Vikram. But all of a sudden, things start taking a wrong turn, when an unknown businessman Saurav Singhania (Karan Singh Grover) enters their life.
Hate Story 3 is only for Karan Singh Grover's fans as he shines throughout the film and has done rather an impressive role as Saurav Singhania.While watching the film, girls were literally going crazy, whistling during his entry on the screen and we must say that his character was the best portrayed among all the lead roles. On the other side, Zarine Khan has done over-acting throughout the film and sometimes, her dialogue delivery was much before the right time. We don't know who to blame - the actress or the editor.
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There is absolutely nothing to fall in love with in Hate Story 3. It is the tale of two very, very crabby men who hate each other with all their guts and hatch silly conspiracies.
The whys and wherefores of their actions and utterances are shrouded in mystery until the very end of the film, by which time it ceases to matter who wins and who loses.
Hate would be a completely wasted emotion here. Do yourself a favour and just ignore Hate Story 3.
Watching this faux pas disguised as a film, one was reminded of Amrish Puri in Rakesh Roshan’s Koyla, who kept threatening his screen wife Madhuri Dixit with rough sex, but would start snoring the minute he hit the bed.
The four characters in this foreplay of a film are caught in exactly the same compromising position. Except that they don’t snore. But we do.
Here is every Indian's ultimate tolerance test: Sit through this film. I dare you.
Vishal Pandya's Hate Story 3 is one of those films that make you wonder exactly what you want to do after watching it. Laugh, cry, tear your hair out. Because after subjecting yourself to this pain in its pure, distilled form, you'd not be left with much energy to do anything.
Make no mistake. Hate Story 3 has at its core a proper story. Complete with twists and turns and what not. But the execution is mighty flawed. Added to that is the (non)acting skills of its lead cast.