Mumbai: Director Vivek Agnihotri, who has been maintaining a low profile after the release of Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal, is now ready with his next film Hate Story, based on sex. Following Aamir Khan's footsteps, he too warns children to stay away from the movie.
"The film was written keeping 'A' certificate in mind. Hate Story is anyway not for the children. This is one of those films which parents will tell their kids not to watch," Agnihotri told IANS.
"As far as publicity gimmick is concerned, even Aamir Khan did the correct thing by warning kids not to watch his film Delhi Belly". Since, people have started making such adult content movie, it's better to be clear about it," he added.
Written by Vikram Bhatt and directed by Agnihotri, Hate Story marks Bengali actress Paoli Dam's entry into Bollywood.
Vivek promises to be bold in his narrative and said: Hate Story is a bold erotic genre thriller. So far, we have seen B-grade erotica genre, but this film will showcase the true sense of the genre."
"People who consider sex as taboo in the country, I will suggest to them not to watch Hate Story," added the director.
This is his fourth directorial venture after his directorial debut Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets, followed by Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal and Buddha In A Traffic Jam.
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