In Theaters: March 15th, 2013
There are 4.3 Billion mobile phone users in the world. Every minute 60 thousand 'Phantom Calls' are received worldwide. These calls have no known source of origin, no numbers and cannot be traced. Some people believe that these calls are spirits trying to connect to our world! 3G is the nightmarish 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. 3G get ready for the killer connection!
With a few chills and fewer thrills, the 'spirit' fizzles here, with little left to toast!
Madhureeta Mukherjee, Times Of India - March 14, 2013
Somewhere out there was an ambitious plot that went mind-bogglingly haywire.
What we are left with is a tacky production that becomes a tele-comical excuse for Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan’s many, many vicious lovemaking sessions (one distasteful scene involves sucking of finger in a bathtub where Neil goes on to place a ring on the lady's finger with his tongue. Yes).
Ankur Pathak, Rediff.com - March 15, 2013
The actors share a warm chemistry nonetheless. Mrinalini Sharma doesn't get much to do. Asheesh Kapoor is wasted. On the whole, 3G doesn't work despite potential in its premise.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama.com - March 15, 2013
Hop in for 3G if you’re planning to go with your partner and need to guarantee that come what may, you will love them genuinely and throughout.
Ashay D, Koimoi.com - March 15, 2013
|Domestic Gross (India) (% Share)||Rs. 5.91 Crores (95.6%)|
|+||Overseas Gross (Foreign) (% Share)||Rs. 27.07 Lakhs (4.4%)|
|=||Total Worldwide Gross||Rs. 6.18 Crores (100%)|
Data as of 04/04/13 1:00 PM GMT
Studios get on average 55 percent share of the total gross.View Full Box Office Analysis & Reports for 3G - A Killer Connection