Ishkq In Paris (2013) Hindi Movie Review | 13 Critic Reviews | Preity Zinta, Rhehan Malliek

cast:
Preity Zinta, Rhehan Malliek, Isabelle Adjani, Salman Khan, Shekhar Kapur, Sanjay Lafont

Ishkq In Paris Posterdirection:

Prem Raj

story:

Prem Raj,Preity Zinta

screenplay:

Prem Raj

dialogue:

cinematography:

weir aggregate rating 3.9/10Manush Nandan

music:

sajid-wajid

produced by:

Priety Zinta,Neelu Zinta

language:

hindi

genre:

drama, romance

year:

2013

Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  koimoi -mohar basu rating-4
Romantic comedies are perhaps the most difficult films to make contrary to popular belief. Romance, being cinema’s most overrated genre, has had many film makers cashing in by framing the story right. However, this film lacks the rich texture of many of your favorite rom-coms.
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  •  Times of India -meena iyer rating-5
To the audience's delight, they even manage to snag a balle balle with Salman Khan in a lovable cameo. By now, Akshay is very sure that he loves Ishkq. However the stubborn woman that she is, she will not concede. Finally the script runs out of steam and Ishkq, thank God for that,
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  •  Rediff -raja sen rating-2
Ah, Preity. When we first met Preity Zinta, we were bowled over by those sparkling eyes, those dimples and that genuinely fresh candour. When, in Dil Se, Shah Rukh Khan [ Images ] choked on his burger as she casually asked about virginity, we could relate.  We rooted against the girl
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  •  Bollywood Hungama -taran adarsh rating-5
Romance is the most favored genre in Bollywood, but love stories have undergone a metamorphosis in the recent past. Films like EK MAIN AUR EKK TU, LOVE AAJ KAL, WAKE UP SID, LONDON PARIS NEW YORK and COCKTAIL have redefined romance in our movies. The anguish which germinates
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  •  Daily Bhaskar -mayank shekar rating-2
There is a hero, a heroine, both are bumbling, uninteresting strangers to each other, hanging around in Paris. Between them is a rolling die with things to do written on its six sides: movie, dinner, coffee, sex etc. Every couple of hours they roll the die to figure out what they should do next.
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  •  India Express -shubra gupta rating-4
Because soon enough, all the clich├ęs that you can think of start popping up, and it all becomes downbeat. Ishkq is the way she is not because that's who she is. The poor thing has daddy issues. Dear old daddy (Kapur, looking grizzled in a tiny cameo) left her and mum, see?
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  •  DNA -tushar joshi rating-4
Mon Cher! Parlez-vous anglais?, asks Preity Zinta dressed in a short skirt as she travels from Rome to Paris on the Euro Rail. Her companion is Indian born Akash (pronounced A-Cash!) (Rhehan Malliek) who is on the same route for a business meeting.The two exchange pleasantries over a bottle
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  •  Deccan Chronicle -khaled mohamed rating-4
If it’s Paris, it must be the Eiffel Tower, canoodling lovers on the boulevards, and in an elevator, too. Most Parisians are conversant in Hindi too, including a belly dancer, who disappointingly announces that she’s off-duty. Ergo, no belly belly here. Eventually you are served a boisterous balle balle though.
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  •  Mid-Day -shubha shetty-saha rating-4
Bollywood more or less first explored Paris through Shakti Samantha’s boisterously fun film, An Evening in Paris. The film went on to become a huge hit, because apart from other credible factors, the film was lapped up by the audience of that time which got an opportunity to get familiar
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  •  Mumbai Mirror -karan anshuman rating-4
It's just too bad that most of Bollywood has still not learnt the difference between a "good looking" film and a "good" film and makers believe that substituting the former for the latter will get the job of keeping audiences happy done. Ishqk in Paris is a case in point. It's adequately shot
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  •  Pardaphash -faisal saif rating-6
Preity Zinta is back in full form. She reminds you of 'Naina' from Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) though, But she has played her part very well. It is a treat to watch Preity Zinta after a long interval. Rhehan Malliek is very charming and wonderful in his scenes. If allowed some perfect opportunities,
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  •  IBN Live -rajeev masand rating-3
Writer-director Prem Raj (formerly Prem Soni, who helmed that forgettable Salman Khan-Kareena Kapoor starrer 'Main Aur Mrs Khanna') piles on the cliches, slipping into a quicksand of regressive ideas and over-familiar stereotypes. The film becomes increasingly soppy in its second half,
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  •  Hindustan Times -sarit ray rating-4
Consider the scenario. Boy sees girl on train, checks her out, comments on her clothes and then introduces himself with a smartass line:“A-cash; cash with an A” (Akash, really; Rhehan Malliek). Under normal circumstances, that would earn a rebuff. But the girl smiles and introduces herself
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Ishkq In Paris (2013)
3.9 out of 10
based on
13 reviews.