Director of Hate Story 3, Vishal Pandya’s most recent offering is Wajah Tum Ho (taking it’s title from one of my favourite songs) and he has surely learnt from his past mix-ups. Wajah Tum Ho stars Sana Khan, Sharman Joshi, Gurmeet Choudhary, Rajniesh Duggal in lead parts and is a nice suspense thriller. Is the film worth your time? Discover…
What is it about
A masked man kills a cop, and communicates the whole trial LIVE over all channels of a media gathering (The cop is made to swallow liters of petrol). Rahul Oberoi (Rajniesh Duggal) CEO of the media gathering is acquired for addressing by Inspector Kabir Deshmukh (Sharman Joshi). It is set up by Rahul’s legal advisor/lawful group head/object of desire Sia (Sana Khan), that live streaming was done through satellite hacking, and Rahul has nothing do with it. The police is represented by legal advisor Ranveer Bajaj (Gurmeet Choudhary), who happens to be Sia’s sweetheart also. Before they all can catch the main accused, an another murder is broadcasted live. The chase for the main accused, the backstory, purpose for the killings, and the character’s connections make for the whole film.
The plot is intriguing and new and is made much all the more exciting with the background. People, actually, watch a square of ice liquefying live on Facebook, envision what might happen if it’s a murder happening live in a twisted, torturous manner.Also, if you can process the way that Shah Rukh Khan arranges the whole chase sequence across different nations in Fan, try not to experience much difficulty with Wajah Tum Ho’s reduced universe of rationale, and extended universe of possibilities. Sharman Joshi is the only great one in the film, and has his impact well. Gratefully no sensual scenes are credited to him like Hate Story 3. (In any case, his charcater grabs on some extremely clear signs, and act like Sherlock.)
There are two twists in the film. I found the first twist so unsurprising that I saw it coming when the featuring credits moved on screen. But you may very well locate the BIG reveal really stunning. What’s more, the second twist figured out how to amaze me. The climax is quite captivating and I can say just perfect. The motion picture goes up by three levels on the entertainment stepping stool amid the last battle.
Live broadcast of a murder is a fascinating plot, yet not investigated much. Wajah Tum Ho rather squanders time in dialoguebaazi, sets aside a lot of opportunity to reveal the backstory, and has unnecessary songs. You never unequivocally feel pull for any character in the film. Sana Khan squanders her chance. She gets more than two-three super solid scenes to convey in Wajah Tum Ho, and she flops pitiably in every one of those. She breaks down twice in the film, and you feel literally nothing. In spite of being labeled as the most intelligent character in the film, Sia (Sana) conveys the most stupid dialogues. Sana could have set up herself as a performer, however most likely would just be recalled by movie producers when it will come to substantial parts. It is difficult to choose if Gurmeet is a good or bad actor in Wajah Tum Ho, much like it’s difficult to assign him as a TV on-screen character or a Bollywood actor.
Logic takes a plunge at many focuses in the film. If you are a piece of the killing group (sorry spoiler), why might you have notices of your objectives hanging in your stay with cross blemishes on them? For investigating officer to arbitrarily stroll in and discover them? On the other hand why might a cop examine complicated disclosures about the case before both the respondent and the prosecutor? Be that as it may, again Bollywood and rationale are only great as a group as Simi Garewal and a multi hued robe. The film ruins not one, not two, but rather THREE classic songs with butchered remakes.
What to do
Wajah Tum Ho is far much better than Hate Story 2 and 3. Despite the fact that it is undoubtedly not the edge of your seat suspense thriller, it is not absurdly awful either. In India where we praise one time watch motion pictures, Wajah Tum Ho can without much of a stretch become your weekend indulgence. However, if you are a fervent admirer of logical plots, and close impeccable movies, adhere to your sorts.
Rating – 2/5