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No doubt, Surveen Chawla and Jay Bhanushali's hot romance, coupled with some exotic kissing scenes can push up the adrenaline rush of the viewers; but the most thrilling part of Hate Story 2 was its brutal ways of killing.
First half of the film entertains the audience with some hot skin-show by surveen while, Surveen and Jay's bold love making in the song ‘Aaj phir tumpe' sung by Arijit Singh and Samira Koppikar will surely delight your eyes as well as ears.
However, the hate element in the film Hate Story 2 came up only when Sushant Singh makes his appearance and he truly came up as one of the most wicked antagonists of all time.
The story follows like Surveen Chawla (Sonika) somehow becomes a mistress of a powerful political leader played by Sushant Singh (Mandar Matre) who eventually directs every aspect of Surveen's life.
Surveen seemed to have accepted her painful life until she meets Jay Bhanushali (Akshay) and both fall madly in love with each other. Surveen and Jay decide to run away from evil Sushant's reach but the arrogant villain along with his gang of goons grabs hold of them and kills lover-boy Jay in front of Surveen's eyes.
Sushant also tries to kill Surveen but the lady somehow manages to escape death and then starts the revenge saga of Hate Story 2.
Although, the debutant director Vishal Pandya crafted his characters pretty well, he somehow missed to notice some loop holes in the storyline and apparently ignored few simple logics.
To mention some, Surveen apparently being underground roams around the city with quite ease but the powerful villain could not trace her. Secondly, initially Surveen had no source of income but while being in her revenge trip, she comes in an expensive car with a driver on the front seat to meet a character. And the best one was a good cop who tries to help Surveen was so good that he not only helps Surveen to escape police detention but also provides shelter in his house and the film ends without revealing for how long a fugitive could hide in a cop's abode.
On the other side, Sunny Leone's item song 'Pink Lips' seemed like an adverstisement as it appeared suddenly from no where but for all Sunny Leone fans, it will be a delight.
All in all, Surveen was impressive both in her skin-show as well as acting-show and Jay also did justice to whatever little role he had. But Sushant Singh stole the show with his superb villainous avatar.
Hate Story 2 can be a decent watch if you can ignore some of the loop holes mentioned above like the makers of the film missed those.
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If you are a Surveen fan, you can give it a try!
You can watch the film only if you are a die-hard fan of Sushant or Surveen, because nothing else is really worth the time and money.
Daily News Analysis
If you want to be tiltated and seduced into watching a woman oriented revenge drama with lots of skin show and a Sunny Leone item song, then Hate Story 2 is the ticket to buy.
There are two things for which I would recommend Hate Story 2: the naughty politics of the iconography around Mandar Mahatre thrilled me, as did Shushant Singh.
All in all, it's not a bad film. Which also means that it could have been lot better given that it has a decent plot to fall back on.