Murder 3: A Murder without the Serial Kisser
Posted On 9th January, 2013 @ 16:09 pm by Sanat Mehra

Gear Up! The third installment in the Murder series is ready!

The film promises steamy censored sex in abundance and the clichéd, walking out of the bathroom scenes!

The makers have already dropped a few trailers on YouTube; one of them being the official trailer, which is catchy and does entice you into watching the film.

But, in case you are murderous Murder fan, you might miss the presence of Emraan Hashmi. Instead of him, the movie stars Randeep Hooda as Vikram; he plays the role of a wildlife photographer who falls in love with Mona Lizza aka Nisha.

Yet, before deciphering that there is something that you must make note of while reading the numerous blogs that are on the internet. Some bloggers seem to have left off their food critiquing jobs, for typing on films because the best adjectives they could find for Sara Loren are better suited for describing good food. Check it out: “Lizza looks delicious in the trailer” and “Nisha seems to have delivered a mouthwatering performance.” So, please stay clear of that kind of stuff.

Basically, in the time the co-stars spend together, the film promises steamy censored sex in abundance and the clichéd, walking out of the bathroom scenes. However, beyond all that there is a story, but in the trailer most of that rests on assumption. Here is what I assumed: After the initial mingling, the truth surfaces. Nisha finds out that Vikram (Randeep Hooda) is the prime suspect in the murder of Roshini (Aditi Rao Hydari) his ex-girlfriend. Supernaturally, the dead are still living ghosts and Roshini lives on to haunt Nisha.

As a fact for the telling, the film is directed by Vishesh Bhatt who gets to debut with father Mukesh Bhatt as his producer. The film is supposed to be a remake of the Colombian film The Hidden Face and is set to release on the 15th of February. So, in the meantime you can trip on the song Teri Jhuki Nazar that has been sung by the great Shafqat Amanat Ali. And, on the lack the Hashmi factor in this film; let’s just keep our fingers crossed, for I still think we are in for a surprise. He may just make a guest appearance.


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