Release Date:December 4, 2015
Cast:Sharman Joshi, Karan Singh Grover, Zareen Khan, Daisy Shah
Duration: 2 hours 12 minutes
It won’t take you long to understand the core theme of Hate Story 3. Just 20 to 30 minutes into the movie, you will realize that this is programmed to titillate the audience and give vent to their dark sides, which is fuelled by everything from hate to jealously, greed, lust and thirst for power. However, there’s a twist in the tale, which makes Hate Story 3 a bit different from your average love triangle.
Aditya (Sharman), a Mumbai-based millionaire and Siya (Zareen) are a happy couple and you are allowed to peek into their personal lives, as they kiss and caress, bath together and make passionate love. With a weak script, it appears that director Vishal Pandya has had no other option but to keep repeating these intimate scenes all throughout the movie to keep the audience hooked.
The movie picks up pace when the hate story starts to take shape, as business tycoon Saurabh Singhania (Karan) meets Aditya and makes an ‘indecent proposal’ to him, one that involves his wife. Saurabh offers Aditya signed blank cheques with the condition that he would allow him to sleep with his wife for one night. And that right there triggers a war between the two, marking the beginning of Hate Story 3. The rest of the movie is all about attacks and counter-attacks, as both Aditya and Saurabh try to outsmart each other in the hate game. However, if you thought that the fight was only over Siya, then you are in for a surprise, as there is one more angle to the plot.
Go for this if you don’t mind exploring the dark side and feel that it is just another component of human existence. However, do not expect a great storyline, since the movie is focused more on glamour, high life, passion and ambition.