Hacked Movie Review, Hacked 2020 Indian Hindi film is a psychological thriller directed by Vikram Bhatt and produced by Krishna Bhatt and Jatin Thakkar Amar Sethi under their flag Loneranger Productions. The film stars Hina Khan, Rohan Shah, Mohit Malhotra and Sid Makkar. The story is mainly about the love of a child for a girl who is older and how it turned into an obsession.
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Sameera ‘Sam’ Khanna (Hina Khan) editor of a fashion magazine, befriends a cute kid from the apartment complex, Vivek (Rohan Shah). But one fateful night, the changing dynamics of their relationship, and for the worse.
- Hina Khan as Sameera Khanna aka Sam
- Rohan Shah as Vivek
- Mohit Malhotra
- Sid Makkar as Om Kapoor
Sam live in high-rise buildings, the clothes don designer and head of the editorial team of top fashion magazine in town, and has a Bollywood actor’s girlfriend (played by Siddharth Makkar). So, what could possibly go wrong? Apparently, everything.
Vikram Bhatt depiction of crime digital world called ‘hacker’ seems like a branch of the central character’s own misdeed first. But, soon after that, the plot twisted soul directs us towards a computer genius ill – wide stalking, blackmail and malicious intent to damage the reputation of individuals achieved. All in the name of ‘love’. This crime thriller narrative is something that has been significantly explored in the West and even at home. Unfortunately, though Hina Khan glammed Sam and Rohan Shah Vivek venomous, ‘Hacked‘ failed to strike a chord with the audience. This does not instill fear in the minds of the perpetrators in a dark web world, also failed to highlight the state of a woman facing the wrath of cybercriminal violence.
Hina Khan, as the editor’s drop-dead gorgeous, personality in a scene involving a little adult actors like Mohit Malhotra and Siddharth Makkar. But, when left alone with Rohan Shah, she acts undergo extreme changes – either he was too dramatic or flat plain. Rohan Shah tried to convince these sociopaths, wreaking havoc on the subject of his obsession, but what he ended up looking, is a harmless – and even forced to act a little wide-eyed and trembling with anger does not work for this young actor. Mohit Malhotra, as lovesick neighbor-turned-friend, Rohan Malhotra, looks beautiful on screen but put a lackluster event.
The music is above average and it’s safe to say that some ballads of love hummable, which comes as no surprise considering the fact that the Bhatt camp has always been known for their impeccable taste in music.
In short, ‘Hacked’ feels like a description of some kind at the beginning but gradually, people learned that it’s only half-baked effort. Do not let this film ‘hack’ away your weekend!Also Watch Malang Movie Review