Here's what critics are saying about Wajah Tum Ho starring Sana Khan, Gurmeet Choudhary, Rajneesh Duggal and Sherlyn Chopra.
But that’s probably not enough to drive the audience unhinged, so heavy sighs and insane pelvic thrusts are thrown your way. Classics like ‘Pal pal dil ke paas’ and ‘Aise na mujhe tum dekho’ are “re-mastered” in a way that you may stop listening to the originals. They must have been insanely confident to think that they can re-arrange the composition for these timeless songs. Are these songs really that easy to recreate, or the younger audience is absolutely clueless about the originals? In any case, it’s the loss of music. Read the complete movie review here.
The Indian Express
There is other heavy stuff too, such as bosoms and hairdos, dialogues and ripped off songs, adults who speak mangled English and children who speak nonsense so perfectly, and Sharman Joshi's abysmal plight. And then there are the murders and rape. The first on live television, in the film's clever but one suspects entirely unintentional take on the state of TV news, and the sexual assault, in secret, in a garage. Even TV must have some standards. Even if its CEOs don't.