Vidya Balan’s most awaited movie Ishqiya Rockz in theaters as its given a grand opening. Movie Stars Vidya Balan, Naseeruddin Shah, Arshad Warsi are in lead roles.
Vidya has gone bold in this movie. Check out various types Ishqiya reviews in the section below:
Get ready for tangy, pungent, sizzling and spicy stuff. Be forewarned, Ishqiya isn’t the fluffy, candyfloss, saccharine sweet story of lovers breaking into songs in mustard fields. In Ishqiya, you just don’t know what turn the story may take next. Not just the story, even the characters here are so impulsive and unpredictable. (read more)
Ishqiya is a zany little black comedy that may be completely desi in its idiom, its lingo, its landscape. Yet, when it comes to drama, it is totally Hollywood. Debutant director Abhishek Chaubey tells his story with a panache that falters only in the end. Ironically, if he hadn’t faltered in winding up this delectable little tale of a wicked trio, with nothing to lose not even their morals — he would have created a masterpiece. But the last few reels are so much of a rumble-tumble, they leave you both confused and somewhat dissatisfied. (read more)
You could call Ishqiya a distant cousin of Omkara. Set in Gorakhpur in North India, the film has a rustic feel, depicts characters that may make you uncomfortable and is laced with saucy lingo. Yet, it’s different than Omkara. (read more)
You need to have a strong stomach to absorb ISHQIYA. It’s high on drama, it’s wild, it’s real. But it’s not dark, it’s not sleazy, it’s not crass. Frankly, you don’t expect debutante director Abhishek Chaubey to make a stereotypical fare thanks to the tutelage by his guru Vishal Bhardwaj, who loves to swim against the tide and undertake risks in film after film. (read more)
An offbeat film, Ishqiya is definitely a splendid effort by debutant director Abhishek Chaubey.
The movie as seen in the promos is set up in a village type location in Gorakhpur in North India. Two male thieves, Khalujaan played by Naseeruddin Shah and Babban played by Arshad Warsi, are trying to dodge their boss, Mushtaq by running away. They decide to go to a friend’s house to hide, but bump into his widow, Krishna played by Vidya Balan. In the due course, both the thieves start getting closer to Krishna. Twist is when the past catches up with all three of them.
The story totally catches you on and it gets more and more unpredictable as the movie unfolds. The songs of the movie are already getting popular with Dil To Bachcha Hain Ji. Even the passionate lovemaking sequence between Arshad and Vidya is been talked about.
Screenplay is quite nice, though it has some unclear shades. Dialogues are powerful at some places and it does make an impact. Naseeruddin Shah is as usual his best and Arshad has given a splendid performance too. Vidya is the surprise package.