Mumbai: Actor Nikhil Dwivedi who will be seen in 'Hate Story', which is said to have a lot of bold content, says it's not right to question whether Indian audiences are ready for a film of this kind.
"All the adults will be ready for it ('Hate Story'). If you are an adult, you are allowed a lot of privileges by even the law of the nation because you have attained a certain sense of maturity," said Dwivedi.
"I think somewhere by talking like this we are insulting the intelligence of the people of this country. Of course, they are ready and mature enough to watch a film like this," he added.
A Vikram Bhatt production, 'Hate Story' also features Gulshan Devaiah of 'Shaitan' fame and controversial Bengali actress Paoli Dam.
Paoli Dam makes her Bollywood debut in 'Hate Story', however her posters are being painted blue in Kolkata to hide her bare back following orders of the Calcutta High Court.
After 'Shaitan', actor Gulshan Devaiah will once again be seen exploring his negative streak in forthcoming film 'Hate Story'. Unlike others, Gulshan doesn't fear getting typecast and says he is enjoying playing the bad guy.
"There is a possibility that I might get typecast but I don't feel threatened. I am not bothered about playing negative roles. My role in 'Shaitan' was also negative but Siddharth in 'Hate Story' takes very calculative risk," Gulshan told IANS.