This weekend has four releases that you can choose from – Hate Story 4 which is an erotic thriller, Baa Baaa Black Sheep that is a crime comedy of sorts, 3 Storeys that looks like a promising thriller and Dil Juunglee that is a light-hearted romantic comedy. Here’s what to expect…
Movie: Hate Story 4
Director: Vishal Pandya
Star cast: Urvashi Rautela, Karan Wahi, Vivan Bhatena, Ihana Dhillon, Gulshan Grover
Synopsis: An aspiring model Tasha (Urvashi Rautela) is ambitious and beautiful. Rajveer (Karan Wahi) spots her talent and ensures she gets the project. Aryan (Vivan Bhatena) is smitten by Tasha at first sight, and will do anything to possess the woman he lusts for, even if that pits him against his own brother Rajveer. Amidst all the glamour and heartbreaks, lies a bitter truth that only Tasha is aware of. Hate Story 4 is a story of passion, greed, and murder in the backdrop of political upheaval and elections in London.
Movie: Baa Baaa Black Sheep
Director: Vishwas Paandya
Star cast: Maniesh Paul, Anupam Kher, Manjari Fadnis, Annu Kapoor, Kay Kay Menon
Synopsis: Baba (Maniesh Paul) is trying to find his bearings. His father, Charudutt Sharma (Anupam Kher) is a boring cashew nut dealer for everyone, however he reveals to a shocked Baba on his 25th birthday that actually they are a family of hit men since the past 12 generations, and now Baba has to takeover as the 13th! On the other hand, Baba’s love interest Angelina (Manjari Fadnis) runs a beach cafe. Her father Brian Morris (Annu Kapoor) is a retired art teacher, but fuels his greed for money and excitement, by selling fakes of an old Renoir painting that his family has inherited. With Baba and Angelina, both keeping their respective secrets, problems start when Kamya, an art gallery owner, wants the original Renoir, and blackmails the Home Minister for it. Drugs, contract killings and blackmail account for ACP Shivraj (Kay Kay Menon) entering the scenario trying to find out the connection between all the chaos.
Movie: 3 Storeys
Director: Arjun Mukerjee
Star cast: Richa Chadha, Pulkit Samrat, Sharman Joshi, Renuka Shahane, Masumeh Makhija
Synopsis: Another thriller that has three stories intertwined in one, laden with dark secrets. As the story unfolds, past regrets come to the fore that indicate that life of each character here is more than what meets the eye.
Movie: Dil Juunglee
Director: Aleya Sen
Star cast: Taapsee Pannu, Saqib Saleem, Nidhi Singh, Abhilash Thapliyal, Srishti Shrivastava
Synopsis: An aspiring poet Sumit Uppal (Saqib Saleem) is a fitness trainer and Koroli Nair (Taapsee Pannu) ia an English counsellor in Delhi. The two meet at an English class and hit it off. Koroli, who has suffered a heartbreak recently, is advised by her friends to have ‘fun’ with Sumit. But she ends up falling in love with him. Years later, the two bump into each other when Koroli is seeing a handsome hunk, while Sumit has found the right match. Will Sumit and Koroli’s past affect their present?