Cast: Hina Khan, Rohan Shah, Mohit Malhotra
Directed By: Vikram Bhatt
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - Media outlets have consistently been a stage in front of the tech world. No, it's not because filmmakers and screenplay writers are more intelligent than tech organizers and startup business visionaries. This is on the grounds that movie producers aren't troubled by the real world. They can try different things with innovation that doesn't exist and even make their own with an end goal to unite the story. In any case, as history has appeared, these movies often become the plan for digital crooks hoping to blend things up. Here right now', 'Vikram Bhatt attempts to recount to a nonsense story that arrives at nowhere and its name is 'Hacked'.
Story - Sameera Khanna (Hina Khan), the main editorial manager of a style magazine carries on with a high existence with a swanky activity, skyscraper loft, and design-forward life. In any case, she is living in a passionate vacuum. A stealthy undertaking with a wedded Bollywood hero, Om Kapoor (Sid Makkar) isn't improving the situation either. She has a friend in 19-year-old Vivek a neighbor who is consistently there for her. A tipsy night and a snapshot of passionate shortcoming drive Sameera into a one-night stand (not a new thing in Bollywood) with Vivek (Rohan Shah). Post that, she comes to realize that he is a hacker, and she was an unfortunate casualty. Vivek ruins her life. Will Sameera retaliate and end this danger? Try not to watch this film to know more, please!
Hacked attempts to feature the weakness of ordinary people in the time of the high security, Internet-based life and top of the line devices. It investigates the clouded side of the advanced world, and the perils of cybercrime, however, make each scene very obvious. The exhausting storyline, irrational plot and unsurprising scenes make this film a dull one.
The composition, direction, and execution by Vikram Bhatt seem to be inconsequential sooner or later. The film bumbles towards a cumbersome climax. The music by Arko is acceptable with two sentimental melodies and one interesting one. Editing by Kuldeep Mehan is acceptable in light of the fact that he wraps up things extremely quickly.
The story needs pressure, and the lucidness is delicate, best case scenario. Except if you are a Hina Khan fan (I'm not), it will be extremely hard to sympathize with her situation — so there's no connection at all here. Other actors including Sid Makkar playing the Bollywood star and Mohit Malhotra as the neighbor turned companion, neglect to leave their imprint either.
Overall - Hacked is an appalling innovative thriller that is only one awful generalization after another. This is a movie that summarizes the most noticeably awful of the online era: destroying you with techno-platitudes and catching you in steady visual bite the dust.