Love Hostel Review: Watch Online Cast Performances In Bizarre Setup
If this is confession time, then I want to say out loud that it stole my heart with the trailer. I had never imagined Love Hostel to be this gruesome in such a setting. The title suggests an urban class romance similar to Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do.
The Shanker Raman helmed movie Love Hostel depicts the bloodshed and hardships of a young couple. The movie is set in Haryana and talks about the gruesome topic of honor killing. Now talking about the execution of the movie, the story seems a bit stretched even with such a dependable cast.
The script focuses on the Haryana community, politics, how powerful people exploit and encourage cold-blooded encounters just for the sake of family values. All the characters stick to a thick Haryanvi accent and often used common slang and slurs to compliment the scene.
Love Hostel Cast Performances
Vikrant Massey has impressed again with his performance in the film, playing the character of Ahmed/Ashu Shokeen. The script tries to depict the influence of politics and power that authorities use to manipulate based on religion.
Vikrant Massey has his unique charm to blend in the character. The actor has the chameleon trait that you can see in the movie.
Speaking of Sanya Malhotra, she has surely aced the character shows an impressive shift from her last outing — Meenakshi Sundareshwar. She is bold, bubbly, and spontaneous, Jyoti Dilawar.
Another pivotal character in the film is Dagar, played by Bobby Deol, a typical goon-like figure who is on a killing spree. The character is a cold-blooded murderer. After the film, you can say that the movie belongs to Bobby Deol.
Basically, the film is an interesting one-time watch. However, creators can make a difference by picking the right genre to narrate the story on such a topic as Honor Killing.