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Revenge has many faces
Dec 16, 2016 09:11 AM 61425 Views
(Updated Dec 16, 2016 09:10 AM)

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An Avenger finds a reason to justify and eliminate the perpetrators.


‘Wajah Tum Ho’ will need a strong reason for you to bail them out at the box office. The trailers looked promising but the final product fails to deliver.


Story: Rahul Oberoi(Rajneesh Duggal), a media mogul runs the ‘Global Times Network(GTN)’ TV channel that gets hacked and their relay is hijacked. The viewers of GTN channel now witness a live murder which skyrockets the viewership and hence Rahul is the suspect. He is defended by the attractive Legal Head of GTN, Siya(Sana Khan). Ranveer Bajaj(Gurmeet Chaudhary) is the State Lawyer fighting the case against Rahul. Though Ranveer and Siya are battling against each other in court, they are lovers. Sameer Malhotra(Sharman Joshi) is the ACP investigating the case. With no evidence to nail Rahul, the investigation goes in all different directions leaving the cops and you clueless – for a reason.


Cast: Except for the cop who gets killed in the beginning, none of the cast suited their characters. Their acting appeared amateurish and ineffective. Sharman was misfit as a cop.


Pros: The first 10 minutes, Good dialogues


Cons: Poor Cast Performance, Amateurish Direction, Bad Dubbing, Inapt Casting, Unimpressive Screenplay, Unconvincing revenge drama.


Songs: ‘Wajah Tum Ho’, ‘Pal Pal Dil ke Paas’, ‘Aise naa mujhe tum dekho’ and ‘Mahi Ve’ were the repeat versions of the already hit evergreen songs.  However, all songs appeared as if the actors were posing for a modelling shoot. Zarine Khan was too fat to shake her hips in ‘Maahi Ve’. Dance choreography was pathetic.


Direction: Vishal Pandya’s direction could be described as inconsistent and without commitment to quality.  He got lucky with Hate Story 2 as the film leveraged on the success of its prequel. Hate Story 3 was passable and somehow worked due to the script. This time his weakness is exposed. His work lacks the vision, quality and finesse. He does not apply logic and reasoning to the screenplay, thus the output is poor, unconvincing and ineffective. There was no scope for glamour content in ‘Wajah tum ho’, and even if there was, he was unable to blend it well with the script. The climax and fight choreography was amusing.


Conclusion:  Do not have high hopes for this one as the overall product is a failure. You will come out feeling stupid.  Though the script had the elements for a promising entertainment, it failed in the overall execution, Crime Patrol and CID would fare well in comparison. Not worth your time and money hence give it a skip.


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