The plots of Hate Story movies have been mainly ‘love and revenge’ based drama. They are also known to have some of the boldest scenes Bollywood has given.
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Hate story 4 trailer was released on Saturday which begins with some very deep, cheesy Bollywood dialogues. Also enters random models showing off their legs. The next thing you realize is that Tasha (Urvashi) is an aspiring model who dreams to make it big in the industry.
Rajveer Khurana (Karan Wahi) is a professional photographer who helps her get her into the game. Gradually, Karan falls in love with her during their photoshoots. Then enters, Karan’s elder brother, Aryan(Vivan) who is already involved with someone else and is later shown to fall in love with the same girl as his brother.
Alert! Again a lot of intimate scenes here.
Gulshan Grover makes an appearance, who is the brothers’ father. Like any other movie, both the brothers develop a rivalry. Tension ensues and they come head to head in a tussle. Tasha commits a murder and a third lady appears calling Tasha a trickster and also calls herself the ‘twist in the plot’.
Some random scenes of the two warring brothers, ladies showing off themselves, passionate kissing and ending with a “This isn’t a love story, it’s a hate story. The game has just begun.”
Firstly, the plot of this movie doesn’t differ much from its other instalments.
The same old two guys running behind a girl, one person who wants to take a revenge and the other who has long forgotten his past.
There is nothing fresh in the plot.
Bollywood seems to have lost its sense of good and sensible movies and the public is a lot more willing to see the “Mirch Masala” which are far from reality and the filmmakers seem to have grabbed this an opportunity to attract a huge mass of viewers.
More than half of the trailer highlights intimate scenes between the actors and a hell lot of skin show, unnecessary of course! This is exactly what the viewers would have expected after the other hate story movies.
Instead of amassing for its plot, the audience will more or less be hitting the theatres for watching the lovemaking and the ladies exposing themselves.
One of Urvashi’s dialogues which says, ”Draupadi ke toh paanch pandav they, yaha toh sirf do hi hai.” Think she could have found a better metaphor. The trailer’s a repetitive sequence of skin show (a lot of) and such odd dialogues.
All in all, the trailer is weird and kinda cringe-worthy in the name of being “bold”. Least acting and ridiculous and cliché dialogues.
Bonus: There’s a remake of Himesh Reshammiya’s ‘Aashiq Banaya’ in this movie.
You can watch the trailer for yourself here.
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