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Cast: Mahaakshay Chakraborty (Agam Diwan), Evelyn Sharma (Luvleen),
Mohit Dutta (Arjun), Kavin Dave (Rahul), Suhasini Mulay (Dadi), Ravi Khemu
(Arjun’s father), Yatharth Dholakia (Laddu)
Direction: VK Prakash
Produced by: Rajesh Banga
Music: Jeet Ganguli, Jaidev Kumar, Bilal Saeed
Release Date: 29th May,
Duration: 135 minutes
Ishqedarriyaan lacks the depth and is full of emotional drama. I sincerely
wished that atleast Mahaakshay’s career should take off from this movie. When the film started, I felt that the movie
might be good. It appeared as if Mahaakhsay has worked on his voice modulation,
presentation and acting and he would be able to carry the movie on his
shoulders. But within 10 minutes, everything appeared to be substandard in the
movie, be it the screenplay, actors, story, overall presentation. The only
aspects appealed to me in the movie were songs, and a few locations which
looked beautiful. I don’t want to comment saying that Mahaakhshay lacks acting
skills, but the truth is that he is not able to prove his mettle. The movie is
about unconditional love, sacrifice, love traingle. But it is hard to connect
to the movie.
Mahaakshay plays the role of lead protagonist Aagam Diwan. He is
a very successful businessman settled in USA. People don’t know him by face,
since he is aloof from the public eye and he does not allow media to publish
his photograph. Rahul as Aagam’s friend (Kavin Dave) manages his affairs. He is
definitely a delight to watch. Kaya, a journalist, after consistent follow-up,
manages to get 2-minutes interview with Aagam. She gets offended when Aagam
does not give her time beyond 2 minutes to complete the interview. She decides
to set the score right with him and digs down his past. Kaya threatens Aagam
that she would expose him and informs him that his father had fled away from
India after taking 20 Lakhs from someone. Aagam gets disturbed with this
revelation and he decides to investigate and get to the depth of this matter.
This decision takes Aagam and Rahul to India, where the entry of suit clad Luvleen
(Evelyn Sharma) happens, who is running her grandfather’s school and staying
with grandmother (Suhasini). Luvleen is trying desperately to get some donation
so as to keep the school running. According to Kaya’s report, Aagam’s father
had taken money from Luvleen’s grandfather.
For Aagam, it is love at first sight with Luvleen. Now the plot
is very much simple and conventional. A boy falls in love with a girl, and the
girl falls in love with another boy. So, the other character is Arjun (Mohit
Dutta), an upcoming musician. Here is a predictable love story, confusions,
sacrifices, dilemmas etc.
The child artist Yatharth Dholakia (Laddu) has been given
dialogues which do not reflect his innocence at all.
It is very easy to predict regarding what happens in the end?
Who amongst Aagam and Arjun get the girl? How does Aagam explore the truth of
Ishqedarriyaan has nothing to offer in terms of story, actors,
dialogues etc. My rating is dedicated to the music of the film.
Rating: 1.5/5 (Poor +)
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