The second film in the series of Hate Story franchise is a story about a corrupt politician Mandaar, his keep Sonika and her revenge.
Sonika played by Surveen Chawla is a helpless young woman who is trapped in the murky world of Mandaar. The only solace for her is photography. One day she meets a young man Akshay (Jay Bhanushali), in her photography class. Love blossoms. But villain Mandaar will never let her be happy. Wow, what a story.
Hate Story 2 is full of loop holes, with no screenplay and scattered direction. The only saving grace is Sushant Singh who manages to save the show, Jay Bhanushali is a huge disappointment and lets not even talk about Surveen Chawla who has managed to look sleazy and cheap. Poor editing, back and forth running past and present sequences make it a difficult watch.
Hate Story 2 has just gotten worse with this film. The lines are mere trash gems out of some B-grade movies of the past. I wasn’t expecting thunderous work from the film but this film beats the bar of trashy that its prequel had set.
Debutant director Vishal Pandya picks a vindictive idea and attempts to make it as gruesome as he can. After exotic romance and dreadful assassination in the first half, the flick follows vengeful killing of the murderers in the second half.
All in all the so called sex scenes are very tackily shot, look forced and unbearable. Our advice is don’t bother to waste your money on this one and save it up for Kick.
Its got sex, its got sex and its got sex; well that's what Hate Story 2 is all about. One is sad to see at what level one can stoop to be a part of ...1.0