What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. That’s something we’ve all heard of. But not many of us realise that what goes on the internet once, can’t be taken down. While many of us scout through thousands of porn videos, never would have we thought about whether the people in those videos know that their video is out there on the net to be preyed by a million eyes. Lens is a film that will make us think that. The story revolves predominantly around Aravind, a porn addict who hides under a boy-next-door image and Yohan, a man whose got nothing to lose. The two meet in no time and what happens between them is the story of Lens . The premise is simple and straightforward. Considering this and the film’s run time of less than 2 hours including intermission, revealing even a single frame could dampen your experience of watching it on the big screens. Long story short, the film is a textbook example to affirm that we’re being watched all the time and privacy is a luxury that we assume we have.