Producer: Bhushan Kumar
Director: Vishal Pandya
Cast: Gurmeet Choudhary, Sana Khan, Rajneesh Duggal, Sharman Joshi, Himanshu Malhotra, Sherlyn Chopra (Guest Appearance), Zareen Khan (Guest Appearance)
Story- A Corrupt Police gets murdered by a masked murderer. The killer broadcasts this crime Live on the TV channel which belongs to a media group named as Global Times Network. CEO of this media Group, Rahul Oberoi (Rajneesh Duggal) gets accused by Inspector Kabir Deshmukh. Because he feels that Rahul did that for gaining TRP for his channel. Sia (Sana Khan) is a legal head of Rahul who fights the case for him. While Ranveer Bajaj (Gurmeet Choudhary) is a lawyer and boyfriend of Sia. Ranveer fights this case against Rahul. Amidst this proceeding, the killer telecasts murders of two more people. The case becomes more complicated. Who is that killer? Why does he kill those three people? What happens with Ranveer-Sia’s relationship during this case? To know answers, you have to watch Wajah Tum Ho!
Critic’s conclusion- The story is interesting and fresh. But the script is so weak. The first half is engaging and gripping. While in the second half, the story goes nowhere. The story changes its track in the second half. The script has several flaws. Even the audience will know the suspense before it reveals in the movie. Unwanted twists and turns spoil the movie.
The direction is logic less. The leading characters are looking fake. We can’t connect with the characters’ emotions. The film focuses only on costumes and styling, that’s why it lacks substance. The story could execute differently by the director. But the director fails here. There is more masala via too many bold scenes, but the audience hasn’t interested in watching them.
Talking about performances, Only Sharman Joshi has given justice to his role. His character looks believable. The rest of the cast is passable. It is Sana’s first movie as a leading heroine. She should improve her dialogue delivery as well as acting. Gurmeet Choudhary has not put any impact in his role. Rajneesh Duggal is ok.
The dialogues are childish and cheesy somewhere. The recreated songs ‘Dil Mein Chhupa Loonga’, Dil Ke Pass’ have become top on the chartbuster. But ‘Mahi Ve’ have disappointed. Even Zareen Khan can’t save this mess. The cinematography is decent. The editing is average.
Overall, there is not any ‘wajah’ (reason) to watch this movie. It will be better that you should not waste your time and money!