The end titles roll over the supposed music video footage.Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama reviewed positively saying, "On the whole, Love Sex aur Dhokha is original, innovative and ground-breaking cinema, which will shock and provoke you. It was shot entirely on digicam, making it one of the first films coming out of India to be presented in the found footage style.which have become recurring phenomena of TV news in India, reported on in a lurid language, accompanied by flashing headlines, and dramatic music which simultaneously sensationalises and trivialises the very serious issues involved: caste-ism in India, sexual privacy and blackmail by media. Rahul, a 20-something youngster infatuated with the candy-gloss of Bollywood romances, is an amateur director who decides to shoot a small budget film, in order to enter a contest hoping to meet his idol, Bollywood director Aditya Chopra.Prabhat, an investigative reporter who uses spy cams to establish the sting operations is in desperate need of a groundbreaking story to get a bonus from the news company which employs him.
During the car ride, the couple are ambushed by Shruti's brother and his hired goons, who beat them up in a graphic scene with hockey sticks, and then brutally cut their bodies using an axe, burying the dismembered parts under a railway culvert.The film is definitely not for the faint-hearted or those who swear by stereotypical fares, but for those who yearn for a change," and rated it 4 out of 5 stars.Rajeev Masand of CNN IBN rated it 4 out of 5, stating "Dibakar Banerjee's Love, Sex aur Dhoka is the most riveting Hindi film in recent memory.Adarsh is a 20-something supermarket supervisor who has obtained the job due to his family connections with the store's owner, and has outstanding debts to settle with the local loan sharks.He makes a pact with one of his friends to make a sex tape with one of the employees to sell for a large amount of money to the media.[...] You will be shocked, you will be startled, but walking out of the theatre, you know you have just seen what is possibly the most important Hindi film since Satya and Dil Chahta Hai.