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3 Storeys
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Renuka Shahane and Sharman Joshi shine in uneven drama

Everyone plays it quite competently, despite the predictable beats. Nice to see Shahane, who aims for naturalness despite some stodginess in the way her part is written. And I always enjoy Sharman Joshi, and wonder why this terrific actor doesn't get more work in the movies.(more)

Source: Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express


Renuka Shahane and her lovely co-stars shine a light on simple twists of fate

The cast is uniformly good. While the rare big-screen appearance by Shahane is the centerpiece of 3 Storeys, each of her co-stars is a pleasure to watch. Debutant Aisha Ahmed is a commendable find, and the presence of both Masumeh and Sharman Joshi here raises the question I asked earlier about Ms S...(more)

Source: Anna MM Vetticad, Firstpost.com


Convenient yet engaging thriller

Renuka Shahane is flawless. Her laughter, wit, pain and emotions are perfect. Pulkit Samrat is too good in his brief role. Richa Chadha looks apt as the sultry siren. Himanshu is okay. Masumeh had a dismal run at the box office earlier, but she bounces back with this film and shocks with her perform...(more)

Source: ROHIT BHATNAGAR, Deccan Chronicle


Renuka Shahane's Film Is Worth Your Time

Towards the end of the film, the narrator asserts that duniya ki tarah kahani chalti rehti hai (like the world at large, stories never stop) and that there is no such thing as "a perfect end". Point well taken, but considering all the beginnings and endings, comings and goings, and hopes and setback...(more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee , NDTV Movies


Dark Truths Lightly Told!

All said and done, this movie is for those who enjoy suspense thrillers. Keep your expectations in control and you'll surely get worth your ticket price. Renuka Shahane will surprise you and on an average, you'll like at least one story of all the three.(more)

Source: Umesh Punwani, Koimoi


3 Storeys cleverly demonstrates the art of skillfully telling a story wherein all the loose ends of a plot are tied together into a neat whole.

Watch it because fact is stranger than fiction, but fiction when narrated well, can make movie watching an immersive experience. (more)

Source: Lasyapriya Sundaram, Times Of India


3 Storeys has endless surprises

The dead man and the wailing lovers, all seem to be holding it back for the fear that the neighbors may hear them.(more)

Source: Rajeev masand, Rediff.com


A Bowl Of Comfort Food Which Satiates Your Taste Buds With Its Engrossing Stories!

3 Storeys makes for a riveting watch with its delicious platter of engaging narratives that captivates your attention. It's like that bowl of comfort food which is simple yet manages to satiate your taste buds!(more)

Source: madhuri, One India

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Bas Tu Hai” Puneet Krishna Arijit Singh, Jonita Gandhi Listen
2 “"Raasleela" (Music by: Amjad Nadeem)” Alaukik Rahi, Amjad Nadeem Sumedha Karmahe
3 “Azaadiyaan” Shellee Clinton Cerejo, Bianca Gomes
4 “Zaroori Bewakoofi” Pushaan Mukherjee Mohit Chauhan
5 “Jukebox” Listen