'Murder 3': Watch Randeep Hooda, Aditi and Sara scorch the screen!
New Delhi: From what the tag line of the film claims, Vishesh Bhatt’s forthcoming film, the latest to come out of the Bhatt camp, ‘Murder 3’ is all set to murder love this Valentine’s. ‘Murder 3’, which stars actors Randeep Hooda, Aditi Rao Hydari and Pakistani actress Sara Loren in pivotal roles, is set to hit theatres February 15, 2013. The trailer of the film was released at midnight of January 7, and from the same, it appears as if the film has a lot to offer in terms of suspense, thrill, and – obviously – murder.
Randeep Hooda’s baritone seduces the viewer with the words, “Ek nayi shuruwat ke liye, jo hai uska khatam hona zaroori hai (For a new beginning, the existing ones need to be finished).” After the initial sinister dialogue, one is given a glimpse of Vikram (Hooda), who supposedly is a fashion photographer. Sara Loren’s bare-backed scenes, thereafter, take the trailer forward. Thrill, undoubtedly is there. Aditi Rao Hydari appears charming at times and takes the temperature up several notches at others.
Watch the trailer of ‘Murder 3’ here. And join the team in challenging the very concept of love: This Valentine, as they say, love will be murdered!
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