Cast: Urvashi Rautela, Karan Wahi, Vivan Bhatena and Ihana Dhillon
Director: Vishal Pandya
If you prefer watching skin show, lame songs, and raunchy acts in a repeated loop then this is the film for you. The fourth movie of the “Hate Story’ franchise haven’t ventured far from the stories of the previous films.
In this very ‘unpredictable’ plot, two millionaire businessmen brothers Aryan (Vivan Bhatena) and Rajveer (Karan Vahi) falls for the same lassie Tasha (Urvashi Rautela). Not to forget, their grey-haired father Vikram (Gulshan Grover) has hots for her too.
Tasha enters their life when Aryan’s wife Rishma (Ihana Dhillon) hires a new face for their cosmetics lineup. Then Rajveer falls in love with Tasha and confesses the ‘ Sachha Pyaar’ not to the girl but in front of his ‘Bade Bhaiyya’ Aryan. The big bro then advises the younger one to woo the lady in a ‘conventional’ way. Guess how? Well, Rajveer hires goons to harass Tasha and then comes as her savior. Seriously? Where are we, in the 80s?
With a lot of body-show, silly plots, and repetitive music the movie reaches its interval. After which Tasha reveals her true motive. Also, a face-off between the brothers happens for having the desire for the same girl. This old-wine-in-formulaic-packaging is a revenge story, apparently. With slower-than-turtle pace and erotica melodrama, hate story IV fails to deliver anything new to the audience.
But we are sure that despite being an unworthy film, it will probably end up doing good business. Quite amusingly, this is what Indian audience gobbles in name of erotica. If you have even remotely liked any of the previous hate stories, then we can reluctantly say, “Go for it!.”
However, a film which delivers dialogue like this “I am somebody who can get any body but I only want your body.” Is really worth your time or money? It’s for you to decide.