Certificate: A

Director: Vishal Pandya

Starring: Urvashi Rautela, Gulshan Grover,  Vivan Bhatena,  Ihana Dhillon, Karan Wahi

Screenplay: Vishal Pandya, Sameer Arora

Dialogues: Milap Zaveri

Music:  Inder Bawra, Sunny Bawra

T- Series has come up with its 4 installment in their hit Hate Story franchise, HATE STORY 4. The movie is same like its previous ones and also like many movies in the past, a revenge tale. Falling for the same girl, face off in the climax and many more seen before things. The film is about two millionaire business man brothers Aryan aka Vivan Bhatena and Rajveer aka Karan Wahi. As Aryan and his wife Rishma played by Ihana Dhillon looks for a new face for their cosmetic brand. It’s the lusty Rajveer who brings in Tasha played by Urvashi Rautela. The story starts when both the brothers’ fall for Tasha creating disputes in Aryan’s relationship with his wife. It seems Tasha who is overwhelmed with the fame she gets overnight, is in this game for more than just fame and money. The interval point reveals half of the mystery and rest of the story unfolds the remaining. Introduction of Vikram (Gulshan Grover), dad of Aryan and Rajveer, brings in the humour quotient. The faceoff of brothers, the revelation of Tasha’s secrets and what happens with Rishma is what Hate Story 4 is all about.  Hate story 4 is not rich in Story, Screenplay or Script.

Karan Wahi is best of the lot, Urvashi Rautela looks hot but her charm goes away as soon as she starts being melodramatic. Vivan Bhatena is average and does not create the desired impact. Ihana Dhillon plays her part well and Gulshan Grover brings in the humor relief, he entertains for whatever little time he is there.

Production values are great, Music is good especially Aashiq Banaya Aapne and also Cinematography by Sunita Radia and Editing by Manish More is good. The dialogues by Milap leave the desired impact.

As a director Vishal Pandya makes a hash of Hate story 4 whenever he switches into a pedantic mood. Though the director serves you a plethora of scintillating scenes to gorge and forget basic logic, that’s hardly of some use.


At the box-office,

The film has opened to the lowest collection in the franchise since the first film and will fail to keep the investors happy.

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