3G (film)

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3G Bollywood film poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Sheershak Anand
Shantanu Ray Chhibber
Produced by Sunil Lulla
Viki Rajani
Starring Neil Nitin Mukesh
Sonal Chauhan
Music by Mithoon
Amar Mohile
Edited by Sanjay Sharma
Next Gen Films
Distributed by Eros International
Release date(s)
  • 15 March 2013 (2013-03-15)[1]
Running time 2 hrs 5 mins
Country India
Language Hindi
Box office INR58.2 million (US$970,000)

3G is a Bollywood horror film directed by Sheershak Anand and Shantanu Ray Chhibber, and produced under Eros International and Next Gen Films. The film features Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan in lead roles. It was released in India on 15 March 2013.[3]


3G movie is the story of Sam Arora and Sheena, a couple, who become victims of a series of events when Sam buys a 3G enabled second hand phone in Fiji islands while on a holiday.One night they receive a Phantom Call which changes their lives forever. They must face the unbelievable reality that the phone is somehow responsible for all that is happening to them and around them. The only way to stay alive, it seems is to unravel the mystery of the phone. But as the hours burn on, that becomes harder and harder to do. Technology is a part of our lives, what happens when technology wants to take our lives? 3G embodies the horror of a recurring nightmare that draws inspiration from the insecurities of modern life. In spite of all our technology and sophistication, we can't escape the unknown.


Critical reception[edit]

3G has received mixed to negative response from critics. Ankur Pathak from Rediff.com rated the film 1.5/5 stars and says "Watch 3G only for a few cheap thrills."[4] Swati Deogire of in.com gave the movie 2.5 stars, saying "3G is strictly OK and is more of a travel brochure for Fiji."[5] Taran Adarsh from Bollywood Hungama rated the film 2/5 and added "3G doesn't work despite potential in its premise".Gauravs Movie Reviews rated the movie 1.5 stars saying " entire movie is full of plot holes even the proper connection between the couples and 3G phone is not being explained till the end".[citation needed]


The soundtrack of the film is composed by Mithoon and lyrics are penned by Mithoon, Shelle, Sonu Kakkar . A single track called "Kaise Bataaoon" which is sung by KK & Sonal Chauhan was released on 15 February 2013. Musicperk.com rated the album 7.5/10 [6][unreliable source?]


No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Kaise Bataaoon"   KK, Sonal Chauhan 4:43
2. "Khalbali"   Arijit Singh, Shilpa Rao,Tochi Raina 5:20
3. "Bulbulliya"   Adnan Sami 5:58
4. "Kaise Bataaoon (Cantabile)"   Abhishek Nailwal 4:54
5. "Khalbali (Punjabi)"   Tochi Raina 5:41
6. "3G (Theme)"   Instrumental 2:12


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