Love in Disguise is a Chinese-language romantic comedy film released in 2010. Wang Leehom, a Chinese-American singer-songwriter, record producer, actor, and film director, directed the film, which was shot in Shanghai. Love in Disguise went on to become the highest-earning film in Chinese history for a first-time director, grossing more than 60 million RMB in China.
Love in Disguise follows the lives of two characters, one of which is a famous pop star and the other is a street hobo, both of whom are played by Leehom. Crystal Liu will play the lead female part in this film, which she depicts as a slightly nerdy girl. Overall, it appears that the film will be a romantic comedy.
Wang Leehom (born May 17, 1976) is a Taiwanese-based American singer-songwriter, record producer, actor, and film director of Chinese heritage. His musical style is noted for blending Chinese elements (such as Beijing opera, traditional ethnic minorities' traditions, and Chinese classical orchestra) with hip-hop and R&B. He received formal training at the Eastman School of Music, Williams College, and Berklee College of Music. Wang has been involved in the music industry since 1995, contributing over 25 albums. He's also a four-time Golden Melody Award winner in Taiwan, the "Grammys" of Taiwanese music.
Crystal Liu, commonly known as Liu Yi Fei (Born: An Feng), is a Chinese-American actress, singer, and model. In the entertainment world, she is known as Fairy Sister. In 2009, she was chosen one of China's New Four Dan actresses.