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My Views on ‘Ishaqzaade’

RATING: 4/5

Easily One of the Best Romantic Drama Movies I’ve Seen after a Loong Time from Bollywood and So Repenting it that I Missed it on the Big Screen.

The Awesome Lead Chemistry btwn Arjun-Parineeti was Passionate, Wild, Vulnerable and Sizzling, all at Once.

Habib Faisal just goes onto show what a Genuine Talent he is in B-Town and after Years of Struggle, he has just showcased it back to back in BBB, DDC and Ishaq.

Genuine Stories with Strikingly Good Dialogues Set in the North Parts of India is her Forte and he is doing a Bloody Amazing Job of it.

Habib and Imtiaz/Dibakar should definatly work on Some Movie Together.
Absolute Treat it will be to Watch.

Top Notch Production Values as Expected from YRF, What Extends the Beauty of the Movie is that it Blends the Small Town Feeling with Immense Success w/o getting Deeply into it like ‘Udaan’.

Amit Trivedi is a Genius and the Song Composed do add a lot to the Movie with Pareshaan, Jhalla Wallah and Ishaqzaade being My Favourites.

The Entire Supprting Cast is Unknown but Chosen Brilliantly by the casting director with Anil Rastogi, Gauhar Khan and Natasha Rastogi being the BEST of the lot.

Arjun Kapoor Acts well and does his Scenes in a Confident Way with a Naughtiness on his Face.
He Resembles Abhishek Bachchan a lot and has the Potential of doing Some Good Intense Roles.