Wajah tum ho brings hacking to the fore

Vishal Pandya’s upcoming crime-thriller Wajah Tum Ho is a first of its kind thriller where a murder is seen live.

Published: 05th December 2016 10:30 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th December 2016 06:46 AM   |  A+A-


Sana Khan (Express Photo by P Anand Kumar).

By Express News Service

Vishal Pandya’s upcoming crime-thriller Wajah Tum Ho is a first of its kind thriller where a murder is seen live on a television channel due to a hacker having hacked the channel. The film features Sharman Joshi playing a police officer for the first time and the gorgeous Sana Khan and Gurmeet Chaudhary playing lawyers and Rajniesh Duggal plays the owner of the television network whose channel is hacked. The team recently visited Bangalore city for the promotion of the film.  After the success of Hate Story 2 and 3, the director is coming up with crime-thriller Wajah Tum Ho which is  a first of its kind thriller.  

Talking about the idea of using hacking to show a live murder director Vishal Pandya says, ‘’I was very interested in hacking as a concept. Besides the fact that it has never been used in a thriller before, hacking is actually a very high-end skill that is actually criminal in nature. Wajah Tum Ho brings out the issue and the need to protect against hackers.’

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