Title: Wajah Tum Ho
CBFC Rating: A
Star Cast: Sana Khaan, Sharman Joshi, Gurmeet Choudhary, Rajneesh Duggal
Director: Vishal Pandya
Duration: 2 hours 16 minutes
People find my job really interesting; being an entertainment journalist has its perks. However, every Friday morning, I end up cursing my job and the credit goes to all the tatti movies that I have to watch.
My Friday morning began with Wajah Tum Ho (WTH). I didn’t have any wajah to watch this movie, and yet I had find one wajah, because it’s a part of my job. But after watching the film, I realised there are actually a number of wajahs to watch WTH. Bayside Journal brings to you a list of reasons to watch this movie:
1. WTH Has an Amazing Plot
There are shit movies, and then there is Wajah Tum Ho. The story is simple: A man in a hoodie hacks into a famous channel owned by Rahul Oberoi (Rajneesh Duggal) and starts broadcasting a murder on live television. Lawyers Siya (Sana Khaan) and Ranveer (Gurmeet Choudhary) are in love. Kabir Deshmukh (Sharman Joshi) is the cop investigating the murder case. What’s left for the viewers is to see is whether the police will get hold of the criminal mastermind before another death is broadcasted live.
Yes, the plot sounds intriguing, interesting, and full of mystery and thrill. However, the execution is so bad that it makes the implementation of demonetisation look good. Here are all the things that are wrong with the movie:
- Script: The story literally has no head or tail.
- Sex scenes: Please watch porn clips instead of WTH scenes.
- Remix songs: RIP some of the most amazing Hindi songs. ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’ never sounded this awful.
- Costumes: This film gives us no fashion goals whatsoever.
- Cinematography: A T-Series movie has never looked this bad.
It makes me wonder why would Sharman Joshi say yes to such movies. Except him, no one acts in this film because the rest in the cast are overacting. The script too doesn’t do justice to Sharman’s character, and truly a talented actor’s skills are wasted. He plays a heroic police officer but fails to leave any mark. Sana Khan looks like a walking-talking makeup box with ugly high heels, awful costumes, and terrible acting skills. Gurmeet and Rajniesh are useless props who need acting training. Honestly, Gurmeet needs to go back to TV and should put a full stop to his B-Town experiments.
3. WTH Dialogues Are Mashallah
The director honestly tries to make the story look intense and create sizzling chemistry between the characters of Siya and Ranveer. However, all his efforts go in vain. Every time Ranveer delivers a dialogue, it looks like he is trying to show his shayari skills. Get ready to hear dialogues like:
“Aaj is bhatakti khushboo ko thikana de do… main agar baarish hoon toh tumpe toot jaane ki izaazat de do.”
Sharman Joshi looks like a police officer from an 80s movie, who can’t stop talking about his, “Vardi ki aan, baan and shaan”. The dialogues in the movie unintentionally make you laugh and this is the only good thing.
4. Zarine Khan and Sherlyn Chopra Give You Wajah to Watch WTH
There is no link between the script and the songs. Zarine’s ‘Maahi Ve’ literally comes out of the blue and starts playing on the screen, leaving the viewers only more confused. Though, considering the great story and star cast, this song is bliss. Sherlyn Chopra’s seductive avatar in the item songs turns you off and is detrimental to your sexual fantasies.
5. What WTH Did to Me
Mere sir dard ki Wajah Tum Ho
Meri neend kharab karne ki Wajah Tum Ho
Mere 2 hours 16 minutes waste karne ki Wajah Tum Ho
Mere patience level ko test karne ki Wajah Tum Ho
Mujhe torture ka dose dene ki Wajah Tum Ho
Meri dimag ki dahi karne ki Wajah Tum Ho
All in all, WTH gives you no wajah to watch it. The climax of the movie literally leaves you in splits because the characters are fighting and throwing each other against the glass. Vishal Pandya has succeeded in making a funny crime-mystery-thriller movie.
Wajah Tum Ho = What The Hell
So, skip this movie this weekend to save yourself from unnecessary ch*****pa.