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While on the run from goons, a man and his nephew fall for a kidnapper's seductive widow.
fun characters. Similar to Hera Pheri and Kaminey a node is connected to all these various clusters and they all converge. Enjoyed the non-glamours aspects, wish the character that helped them solve all their problems was better integrated into the story. Some parts just got added in at the last moment without their proper presentation. An opinion.
Noir-ish. Intelligent. A great Vidya Balan performance. Enough said.
there was something very Tarantinoesque... definitely liked it.. pretty much loved it
Desi Noir. Delicious One Liners.Dil Toh Bachha Hain Ji is one of the most beautiful song picturisations in recent memory.Saucy chemistry.
). Part comedy, part thriller but all film noir with fine acting by Vidya Balan and Naseeruddin Shah. A love triangle of sorts involving two petty crooks on the run and a widow with a surprise ending. A bit too noir for me.
Smart, good fun, good thrills, better acting, better screenplay and classy direction, these are all the adjectives bloody suitable for ishqiya. A thumbs up to this one.
'Ishqiya' is a raw classy film. The film depicts the lives of two thieves who happens to meet a woman with a troubling past and how their acquaintance with her takes a drastic turn forms the crux of the story.
The films is shot well packed with good doses of humor and pretty good load of twists and turns that keeps you hooked to the film, yet the director wonderfully keeps the story in track and manages all of the above in perfect balance without drifting away the attention of the viewer. So engrossing is the script that you would almost forget that this film doesn't have much music, except 'Dil To Bachcha Hai Ji' which of course is destined…
Brilliantly written, well acted and superbly directed, 'Ishqiya' is one hell of a film when compared with other Bollywood offerings. Not to be missed. Go watch It. Recommended.
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