In Love Hostel, Sanya Malhotra (Jyoti) and Vikrant Massey (Ashu) are portraying a young married couple who are every very much in love and are on the run because the family of Sanya is dead against their marriage. The newly wedded couple has no other alternative but to seek help from the police who assure them of protection and make arrangements for their lodging in a small hostel which they expect is out of the reach of their families hunting them down for revenge.
However, the family of Sanya plans to hire an evil assassin played by Bobby Deol. His name is Dagar and he is a dreadful mercenary who is ready to kill and fight to any level for fulfilling his assignment. The entire movie is about honour killing and how the families of the lovebirds are ready to kill their children for the sake of their honour in society.
The trailer is just out and it promises a lot of suspense, excitement as Sanya and Vikrant try to hide from Deol’s deadly killer Dagar.
Love Hostel has been bankrolled by Gauri Khan, Gaurav Verma, and Manish Mundra; and presented by Red Chillies and Drishyam Films Production. Directed by Shanker Raman, Love Hostel will start streaming from February 25 on ZEE5.
Throwing light on her experience shooting for the movie, Sanya Malhotra said that it was a unique journey for her in which she had to dig deeper to make sure that she is doing justice to the character. Sanya also complimented the director of Love Hostel for driving her to give the best and giving her an exhilarating experience.
In an unforgiving land where falling in love forfeits your life, a rebellious couple dares to break bounds. Will their love survive?#LoveHostel trailer out now.— Red Chillies Entertainment (@RedChilliesEnt) February 14, 2022
Streaming from 25th Feb, exclusively on #ZEE5.https://t.co/oCbnfcQA4v@thedeol @VikrantMassey @sanyamalhotra07
Talking about his menacing role as Dagar, Bobby Deol said that his character has different ideologies than society and whosoever goes against him will have to face the wrath. The Ashram fame actor said that since Dagar’s role was way out of his comfort zone, he took some time before giving a nod for playing this character.