Hate story 3 is one thriller movie that is a must see. Daisy Shah and Zareen Khan are given huge roles and other pivotal roles are given to Sharman Joshi and Karan Singh Grover. It has been produced by T-Series, directed by Vishal Pandya and written by Vikram Bhatt and Madhuri Banerji. It is also a continuation to hate story 2 a 2014 thriller. Aditya Diwan (Sharman Joshi) happens to be millionaire based in Mumbai. He is in charge of a cola company and several hotels globally. He then settles on opening a super-specialty clinic as a tribute in memory of his deceased mother. He happily married to Siya (Zarine Khan), who is also his brothers ex girlfriend. Everything seems to be going perfectly fine for him when his entire life becomes a pagalworld movies.
Saurabh Singhania (Karan Singh Grover), is a business baron offers Aditya a tempting indecent proposal. This proposal involves Siya and that triggers an immediate war between Aditya and Siya. The rest of the movie becomes the counter attacks and attacks that arise from the war. This movie has two really addictive parts, this being the first part the second part happens to be daisy shah playing as Aditya’s close friend Kaya Sharma and she has risen from being a common receptionist to being a top brass in the entire Diwan Industries. Her rise is as a result of someone close to her seducing the rivals. Her character dominates the entire film.
Kaya ignores the fact that her company is under threat. She keeps getting undressed and getting into the shower and in one of those times Karan Singh Grover decides to join the fun and the scenes that follow are slow motion scenes that play a huge role in making the bathroom the most important venue in the entire film. The twist and turns in this movie are not predictable and they end up leaving the one watching with no other option other than to await another bathing scene so as to finally know who is chasing who.
When it comes to the technical part of the movie, the background is impressive. It has a racy nature that adds a level of life to the entire mundane narrative. The music is a also quite on point. However, the way the numbers are place is quite disappointing. At the end they break the flow of the flow. As much as the cinematography of the movie is okay but the intimate scenes are a bit aesthetic. It has a decent editing as well.
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