Sonica (Surveen) and Akshay (Jay) are madly in love with each other. A local politician (Sushant) who loves Sonica can’t stand that and he and his army of goons mercilessly slays Akshay and assault Sonica. Having the love of her life butchered in front of her eyes, scars her and she plots a plan to destroy Akshay’s killers.
Wounded and blood thirsty, Sonica loses her innocence in seeking revenge for Akshay and herself from the people who put a sudden end to their picturesque fairy tale. Does she succeed or gets crushed by politically backed biggies is what this film is about.
Staying faithful to the first part that was helmed by Vivek Agnihotri, HATE STORY-2 director Vishal Pandya amalgamates passionate love making scenes and high-voltage drama in the premise of the new installment, but, at the same time, also makes sure he narrates a new story with the revenge angle.
The battle lines between the tormentor and the tormented are drawn at the very start itself. The high point of the film is that the narrative holds your attention from the word go, with the storyteller making sure you don’t lose focus of the proceedings all through the first hour. A number of sequences catch your attention in this hour: Surveen’s emotional outburst as she reveals the truth to Jay and also the entire episode when Sushant murders Jay and attempts to murder Surveen.
The post-interval portions maintain the grip, but the loose ends do show up intermittently. The most glaring one being the popular Sunny Leone track that springs up from nowhere and has been used as a mere prop. Also, the sequence of events tend to get predictable at times, although a number of dramatic sequences — the entire episode at Rajesh Khera’s farm house as well as the finale, when Surveen settles the score with Sushant — camouflage the deficiencies to a major extent. As a matter of fact, the screenwriting, although veering into the conventional zone now and then, gets your thumbs up, while the director gets full marks for staying faithful to the genre and handling the dramatic sequences with expertise.
While, Surveen with some hot skin-show and thrilling revengeful actions steals the maximum limelight, Jay did justice to whatever he had to offer in the film. Sushant Singh on the other hand as the bad man is impressive.
All in all, the film Hate Story 2 can be a good watch for its exotic romance and thrilling revenge.
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