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3G Complete Movie Review


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Movie Name :  
3G
   
Movie Cast :  
Neil Nitin Mukesh, Sonal Chauhan, Mrinalini Sharma
   
Movie Director :  
Sheershak Anand, Shantanu Ray Chhibber
Music Director :  
Mithoon
   
Rating :  
3.5 / 5
   

3G movie review

Mike (Neil Nitin Mukesh) and Sheena (Sonal Chauhan) are greatly for each other (which may be seen from how they coo ‘baby’ and ‘honey’ at one another). During a holiday in Fiji, Mike eventually ends up shedding his cell phone within the water and buys another-hands cell phone from the shop.

The identical evening, Mike begins getting mysterious telephone calls along with a video in regards to a lady being killed. Though Mike doesn't work hard at it in the beginning, it might be apparent that there's some dark energy at the office here. Mike and Sheena then set to discover the identity from the mysterious lady within the mobile video and stumbled upon a sordid tale of lust, love and unfaithfulness.

Neil Nitin Mukesh might look great on the watch's screen, however the lad continues to have a lengthy approach to take so far as performances are worried. However, it's apparent the actor has included a decent try. Sonal Chauhan might elicit some whistles as she prances around inside a bathing suit, but that’s about this. Mrinalini Sharma because the mysterious lady/ghost isn't frightening except over a couple of moments (and also the make-up artistes deserve kudos for your)

After horror tales including haunted houses or ‘purani havelis’, a ghost story set from the backdrop of technologies are a refreshing change. However, even without the a powerful plot, the movie falls flat on its face. The director duo Sheershak and Shantanu visit the extent of connecting the ‘mobile’ ghost story with a symbol in the Greek mythology, succeeding in confusing the viewer about what is happening. In the event that wasn't enough, the movie also tries to obtain a tad moralistic and send across a note in the finish, that was not really needed. If you're creating a horror story, just stay with the chills and thrills, people…

If you want to drool over Neil Nitin Mukesh inside a leather jacket or Sonal Chauan in revealing dresses, choose 3G…otherwise, provide a miss.

 
 
 
 
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