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Saturday, February 16, 2013

Murder 3: A Murder of the Murder franchisee.

Murder 3, coming from the Bhatt camp, is a directorial debut by Vishesh, son of Mukesh Bhatt. An official adaptation of the Spanish thriller, The Hidden Face, this film however falls flat on its face.

Randeep Hooda is an ace photographer who relocates to India with his girlfriend, Aditi Rao. Very soon she goes missing, and another chic, Sara Loren moves in with him. It is now upto these two with the help of the cops to unearth the mysterious disappearance of Aditi.

The cinematography is just average. The narrative is very hackneyed. The acting skills of the lead stars leave a lot to be desired. Music just hummable. Surprisingly, Vishesh has toned down the eroticism which has always been an integral part of the Bhatt tradition. It always is a better option to stick to your USP than opting for the middle path.
The movie is devoid of action but that was partly compensated by the off screen melee that took place during the intermission at our multiplex.

This could probably be the last of the Murders. I guess the Bhatts would be very skeptical to think about Murder 4.


  1. I took a gud decision by not going for the movie.

  2. Thnx for the update doc.
    Can opt for another movie instead of this.