Hate Story IV, definitely a story you’ll hate yourself for watching
We are tired of sequels too. Its like the makers aren’t bothered about the story but are busy adding number of installments to their franchises.
Someone is really free writing time-pass stories obsessed with bosom and bahookie.
We need to stop that/those person/people.
Watch it If you like -
Actors trying hard enough to show their abilities in a run-off-the-mill story
But Beware of -
The film throws at you not only zoomed-in cleavages but a stale subject of revenge
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Its Vishal Pandya third film in this franchise. And while we are writing this review, we just hope he is not planning on doing the fifth series. T-series should also stop relaunching old songs and making sequels.
It’s about time!
There is a lot of Ritz in treatment by the director but there is no execution.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
And a below average story, that too without execution, had to result in yawns.
Written by Sameer Arora, this story has the usual elements of cliched script, fancy treatment, predictable revenge saga and unnecessary skin show.
Either a scene will have a sequence with zoomed-in cleavage, or dramatic dialogues, or over the top background, or a song with needless skin show and erotic poses.
Anything from the above wont pinch much if there is some story too. The annoying part is that the makers rely only on nudity when it comes to these franchises.
We don’t expect an extra ordinary story, but what about a basic one?
Urvashi Rautela has grown a lot. She was hot, now she cutely hot, her expressions are great and so are few of her scenes. Next on the good-job-list is Karan Wahi. The actor was quite convincing in his act.
Vivan Bhatena looks dashing and acted decently. He is good when it comes to giving those bad-ass looks. Ihana Dhillon, looks nice and acted decently too. Gulshan Grover is always great to watch onscreen.
We didn’t expect much from the actors considering the film, but they did try and act and sometimes overacted too. Too much makeup, weird costumes and jewelry on the girls made them look like fashion dummies, especially Urvashi Rautela.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Aashiq Banaya is the only song that was good, audio and video both. Rest are time-pass. The background score is annoyingly and unnecessarily loud. A high-pitched score won’t make a scene seem more thrilling!
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Completely skippable. We are sure you love your time and money and wouldn’t waste it on such a pointless hate story.