TRAILER: ‘Murder 3’ Featuring Randeep Hooda, Sara Loren, Aditi Rao Hydari

The trailer of Vishesh Film's 'Murder 3' ends leaving us very curious, with a slow, spooky rendition of Emraan and Mallika's 'Bheegi Honth Tere' and a woman (presumably the dead/missing Aditi) staring into the couple's bedroom.
The trailer of Vishesh Film's 'Murder 3' ends leaving us very curious, with a slow, spooky rendition of Emraan and Mallika's 'Bheegi Honth Tere' and a woman (presumably the dead/missing Aditi) staring into the couple's bedroom.
The trailer of Vishesh Film's 'Murder 3' ends leaving us very curious, with a slow, spooky rendition of Emraan and Mallika's 'Bheegi Honth Tere' and a woman (presumably the dead/missing Aditi) staring into the couple's bedroom.
The trailer of Vishesh Film’s ‘Murder 3’ ends leaving us very curious, with a slow, spooky rendition of Emraan and Mallika’s ‘Bheegi Honth Tere’ and a woman (presumably the dead/missing Aditi) staring into the couple’s bedroom.

MUMBAI: The trailer of the third installment in the erotic-thriller ‘Murder’ series from the Bhatt camp – ‘Murder 3’ is out now. Doing away with Emraan Hashmi and bringing in the Bhatt’s latest favourite actor Randeep Hooda, alongwith Aditi Rao Hydari and Pakistani actress Sara Loren (previously called Mona Liza), ‘Murder 3’, is set to hit the theatres on February 15, 2013.

“Ek nayi shuruvaat ke liye… jo hai use khatam hona zaroori hai,” (For a new beginning, the existing must end) Randeep Hooda opens the promo with his slow drawl.

Hooda who plays Vikram, a wildlife and fashion photographer, begins his romantic relationship with Nisha played by Loren, a waitress from a lounge. The skin show, mandatory romps in the bedroom, and mystery – it’s all there. The complexity begins when Nisha learns of Vikram’s ex-girlfriend Roshni played by Aditi Rao Hydari, from a persistent cop who keeps warning her that it is her lusty beau who’s the prime suspect. Inexplicable strange occurrings take place, and a hint of supernatural is given out?

The trailer ends leaving us very curious, with a slow, spooky rendition of Emraan and Mallika’s ‘Bheegi Honth Tere’ and a woman (presumably the dead/missing Aditi) staring into the couple’s bedroom.