Review: It seems that some people will neither have the slightest idea about what a film is nor they are going to understand what it takes to make even an average movie (forget the good ones). When a film evokes this kind of response, it is fairly clear that something equivalent of a disaster has happened on the silver screen. 3G – A Killer Connection (avoid getting confused with the mobile technology in its true sense) is a film where the concept of 3G technology is taken to a level beyond the capacity of a sane person to understand and subsequently enjoy the film. Sadly, the effort to use a metaphor from contemporary times for expression doesn’t work this time and one is bound to feel that this film is primarily made for two kinds of audience: ghosts and imaginary crazy scientists who only exist in the works of a C-grade writer (please note: being imaginary is necessary).
This leads us to the insurmountable task of explaining the plot of the film. Well, one can only try for this keeping his full faith in the Almighty and hoping that He will help him in explaining the plot of the film. Sam (played by Neil Nitin Mukesh) is in love with Sheena (played by Sonal Chauhan) and they both pack off their bags to Fiji for a holiday.There Sam buys a mobile phone (from now onwards mobile phone becomes the protagonist of the film) which is mysterious, scary and much more. Sam starts receiving calls from an unknown number on this 3G-enabled phone which shows up the video of a girl (Chyma/Jasmine, played by Mrinalini Sharma: a classic case of living a double life) being brutally killed by a man whose hands are only shown bearing a distinct tattoo (representing a symbol). After this, the tattoo becomes the protagonist of the film and it leads to amazing discoveries by the couple and eventually ends abruptly showing the adverse effects of extensive downloads of adult clips/footage on personal relationships. Confused? All you can do is watch this movie with a pen and paper in order to figure out the complex plot of the film. Only after that will you realize that even background score, narration and editing are gross, sub-standard and abstract precisely in that order.
If there is one aspect which is the silver lining in this film, it is Sonal Chauhan’s acting. She acts well and gives a reasonably mature performance which indeed reflects her growth as an actor. Everything else will make no difference to anyone who happens to watch this movie.