Directed by Vishal Pandya, ‘Wajah Tum Ho’ stars Sana Khan, Sharman Joshi and Gurmeet Choudhary in this suspense-thriller movie and has released this Friday. The movie describes the on-going crime of hacking into the system and the problems in the media industry. Sana Khan (Sia) and Gurmeet Choudhary (Ranvir) are playing the character of lawyers and Sharman Joshi (Kabir) is the cop. The film also features Rajneesh Duggal (Rahul) who is portrayed as a media baron. The movie starts with a live murder of ACP Sarnaik which is telecasted by hacking into the system of a leading TV channel and it shocks the people. Kabir (Sharman) investigates the case and thinks that he is the one man army of the investigation. Sia (Sana) is a good lawyer and is defending the accused man, Rahul (Rajneesh). Ranvir (Gurmeet) is against Sia, but he also happens to be her boyfriend. The situation gets intense when another live murder takes place and they still don’t have a clue of the real murderer. Sana Khan has performed well and steamed-up the seats by her hot scenes in the movie. Gurmeet and Rajneesh were only good with Sana; and Sharman couldn’t shine within all of these three mediocre actors.
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One thing that Vishal Pandya has promised was the cut-throat suspense in the movie. There are few edgy thriller scenes which may hold the viewers for a bit longer. If you are keen on watching the erotic scenes, yes, you might feel satisfied. And if you are keen to have a fun time with your friends, you are in!! It has some ridiculously amusing and illogical scenes which can make you question your own conscious. But, the film has managed to have considerable suspense which is fine.
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There are numerous disappointing moments in the movie starting from the silly loopholes which confuse us about the story in total. The murder place is so easy to locate but, like in every Bollywood movie, the police can’t find out that it is in the heart of the city only. Worst still, the cinematography was so wrong with many bad angles and confused structure.
Vishal Pandya couldn’t justify his plot well. The movie has intimate scenes and a good story which is why it was looking somewhat like a B-grader to us. The 136 minutes seemed very long because the film couldn’t explain things the way it should and probably that’s why many people were rushing outside the hall.
Wajah Tum Ho has many tracks and four of them are recreated from yesteryear’s old classics. There is no link between the songs and the plot. And they have badly remixed the beautiful songs like “Maahi Ve”, “Aise Na Mujhe Tum Dekho” and “Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas”.
Wajah Tum Ho definitely has some twists and turns in the story, but if you are into cost cutting due to the demonetization, you may happily skip it.
Bollypedia Ratings: 1.5/5 stars