HATE STORY 4 Movie Review

HATE STORY 4 Movie Review

Cast: Urvashi Rautela, Katan Wahi, Vivan Bhatena, Ihana Dhillon
Director: Vishal Pandya
Story: Sammeer Arora
Screenplay: Sammeer Arora, Vishal Pandya
Dialogues: Milap Milan Zaveri
Music director: Tanishk Bagchi, Mithoon, Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Tony Kakkar, Baman
Cinematographer: Sunita Radia
Editor: Manish More
Language: Hindi
Release date: 09-03-2018
Censor certificate: A
Run time: 2hrs, 11mins
Genre: Thriller


Urvashi Rautela acts in a brand advertisement sponsored by the millionaire brothers Katan Wahi and Vivan Bhatena. Both the men fall for her but she’s out with a mysterious plan. What’s her intention and how did she achieve it forms the remaining story.


Urvashi Rautela’s performance is decent and delivered what her character demands. Katan Wahi’s role is powerful and creates an impact over the conflict’s build up. Ihana Dhillon’s appears in a bold role and has done well. Reason for Urvashi’s revenge is simple yet somewhat sensible. Songs are good and there are mix of various genres which fulfills the tastes. Background score is apt to the happenings and adds value to the flow. Narration pattern is interesting and editor has helped the fact well with some sharp cuts. Sunita Radia’s camera work is rich, locations catches the eye as they are also beautiful.


Vivan Bhatena’s acting is a big dip as his expressions are not in sync with the situation. In fact the other lead artist’s performances aren’t great too which misses to carry the emotions to the audience. Plenty of supporting roles exist with no scope to change the game in the progression. Story is extremely old which is a much seen one since the era of films began. Flow has nothing but predictable moments and it was very easy to judge the next scene, hence there is absolutely no intensity or curiosity. Direction is poor in which a lot amateurish acts are present. Dialogues are way too artificial and most of them are also silly. There are countless number of twists but unfortunately not even a single one drops down as a surprise, weakness in writing is there all over it. The film is completely packaged with old-school stuff like dirty relationship, back stabbing, etc. The amount of skin show is excessive, there should be a need for everything, but the needless number of body show spoils the play. Logic loopholes are easy witness, in fact in each and every scene of the movie.

TO CONCLUDE – A lethargic package of skin show, old-school moments which misses to concentrate on story and logic.

Movie Rating – 2/ 5.

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