New Delhi: Surveen Chawla starrer Hate Story 2 surprisingly has hit the bull's eye at box office and has another four days to lead through until Salman Khan's much anticipated ‘Kick' hits the theatres.
Despite being turned down by the critics, the flick is doing well at the box office with Rs 15.85 cr already in its kitty during the weekend.
And the reason cropped up utmost is the leading actress Surveen's sleazy show in the flick, particularly in the song, however, nothing more was found and spectators wished it would have been better to watch the replay of the trailer and ‘Aaj Phir Tumpe' song at home rather than spending money on watching the film in the theatre.
Surveen Chawla's performance also overshadowed sexy siren Sunny Leone' s ‘Pink Lips' item number, which was considered to be a money minting factor for the flick.
The song came out of nowhere and departed without attesting any frame of her sensuality in our minds. Here it was quite evident that Sunny Leone's association with flick initially was enough to create a buzz but nothing extraordinary was added to the flick. Her much hyped item number looked dull in front of Surveen Chawla's sleazy number and of course her performance.
It could be said that Sunny Loene's association hardly mattered this time around, while Surveen was the show stealer in every sphere.
However, we don't expect her to be the next Sunny Leone who is at par once it comes to the sleazy show but Surveen surely would have caught many eyeballs with the combo of hotness and acting, which the porn star lacks.
Surveen was already the small screen star and had couple of Punjabi movies in her record, but this was her big break in a franchisee, which is renowned for its boldness.
Surveen broke down her own shallows of conservative act and gave a show which made one and all forget her cute and shy image. While her sleazy chemistry with her co-star Jay Bhanushali was enough to garner required attention, her real prowess of act surfaced in the flick.
The actress justified Hate Story 2' prequel, however, it was a good attempt by director Vishal Pandya to lower down the sex quotient and soar up the content level.
It doesn't matter the flick is given thumbs down by the critic but the audience has welcomed it and Surveen with open arms. From here onwards it would be interesting to see how Surveen chooses her flicks. And if she opts for more of bold acts, this might surely give Sunny Leone a run for the money.