This Friday we have a solo release, which is nothing but the erotic drama movie Wajah Tum Ho. The film is a crime thriller, which is directed by Vishal Pandya and produced by Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar under the banner of T-Series. The film has Sharman Joshi, Sana Khan, Gurmeet Choudhary, Rajneesh Duggal, Deepen Gandhi and Sherly Chopra in the lead roles, while Prarthana Behere, Himmanshoo Malhotra and Zarine Khan in the supporting and cameo roles in the film. The music is given by Mithoon, Abhijit Vaghani and others. Now, let us dig in deep to get the crux of the erotic crime thriller in the following paragraphs:
Meet Kabir Deshmukh played by Sharman Joshi. He is given a twisted murder case of ACP Sarnaik to solve, which has been aired on TV. The cop is murdered before the cameras of Global Time Channel, which is owned by Rahul Oberoi played by Rajniesh Duggal. Obviously, the head or the channel has to be blamed by all hence he remains the main suspect behind the murder. Siya played by Sana Khan comes as a rescue who is working as a legal head for the channel. Siya’s boyfriend Ranveer played by Gurmeet Chaudhary is the lawyer against her for this case. Soon we get to see another victim called Karan who is the real estate manger while the next target by the killer is Rahul. Kabir has the challenge to avert the killing and find out the link between the three – Karan, Rahul and Sarnaik. Will be able to crack the mystery and how is the crux of the film.
If you take even a shallow dip, the film appears to be interestingly funny as logic go beyond the head without actually connecting the jots in a realistic fashion. The dialogues of the film seemed very much hilarious and stay like an example to the romantic scenes even. The too often translation from English to Hindi really give enough reasons to laugh out loud. In other words, the film turns funny compelling the audience to say Wajah Tum Ho (to laugh and giggle before the movie). The film lacks the thought, which makes any mystery that seems to be invisible WTH. Too many confusing scenes and unrealistic plots seemed to have hampered things bad to worse.
Sana Khan is playing the lead role in this movie but remains without any emotion and performance, which makes the film really unnerving. She is merely soaring the temperature with her extra body skin show which proves the fact that she has been roped in the movie only for the oomph factor alone. She barely emotes over the sequences she has done, she has poor dialogue delivery and loads of other stuff, which make a decent performance over the silver screen. Sharma Joshi though comes like a ray of hope but thanks to his poorly designed role, he is unable to give the best in his role of a cop rather playing around with weird dialogues that remain too indigestible for the audience. The other two ladies Zareen Khan and Sherlyn Chopra’s jobs are to raise the temperature of the movie which they seemed to have justified in the movie.
Direction, Music and other elements
The crime thriller has loads to bear, the film though remains 136 of runtime but on the face of it is a one or two minute affair turning too much of predictable for the audience. This simply hampers the focus of the audience giving too many loo breaks to enjoy everything but the film. The cameras are sharp enough to catch the right boob angles for which the films to have been made. There is no connection between the plot and songs and above all the climax of the movie is really weird and vague. Even the intimate scenes of the movie too are poorly made allowing the audience to cry and even laugh.
Wajah Tum Ho The Last word
The film though is a crime thriller but it is nothing but too much funny at the end. The film has neither any plot nor any great performance or anything worthy that makes the film really a mystery movie. Nevertheless, you can only find the oomph factors to enjoy and that too have been made in a most unprofessional manner giving the movie really a low rating for sure.
Rating – 1.5