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Which is the raunchiest Hate Story? VOTE!

Last updated on: December 07, 2015 14:37 IST

The third installment of Hate Story is a hit already, and Bollywood has got its first successful erotic thriller franchise.

However, it received mixed reviews, and probably had the least eroticism than the earlier two movies.

Take a look at the three Hate Story movies, and VOTE for the raunchiest one at the end!

Hate Story

Paoli Dam

First in the erotic thriller series, Hate Story grabbed eyeballs as soon as its trailer came out.

Bengali actress Paoli Dam made her debut in Bollywood with this revenge saga, which was high on skin show. 

Paoli, who plays Kavya in the film, turns to prostitution in her quest for revenge. From flaunting her assets on the screen to making love with her boss (Gulshan Devaiah, in the picture) and using cuss words, Ms Dam shed all her inhibitions for this one.

Her intimate scenes with Joy Sengupta were quite bold as well.

Read the review here

Hate Story 2

Surveen Chawla and Jay Bhanushali

The revenge saga continued with Hate Story 2 but this time, it was Surveen Chawla who dared to bare on the big screen. Unlike Paoli, Surveen couldn't raise the temperature much. 

That's not to say she wasn't bold though.

In the retro number Aaj Phir Tum Pe, Surveen turns into a sexy siren and gets very close to her co-star Jay Bhanushali. There's the mandatory bikini act by the leading lady as well.

Read the review here

Hate Story 3

Zarine Khan and Sharman Joshi

For the third part in the series, the makers decided to have two B-town beauties baring their skin. So we have a slimmer Zarine Khan and Daisy Shah.

One look at the film's trailer and you'll know this hate story is all about skin show, lead actors going on a kissing-spree and the two ladies trying their best to look sexy.

The song Tumhe Apna Banane Ka has become popular, courtesy Ms Khan and Sharman Joshi's too-hot-to-handle chemistry.

Read the review here