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Dedh Ishqiya (U/A)

Genre

Romance - Thriller

User Review

Release Date

10 Jan 2014
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BollywoodHungama

DEDH ISHQIYA transports you to a diverse world, but like the first part, this one focuses on love and deceit as well. Also, it's far more complex this time around... and the truth hits you like a ton of bricks!

On the whole, DEDH ISHQIYA is a worthy follow up to the widely admired ISHQIYA. Powerful writing, superb direction and outstanding performances make DEDH ISHQIYA a must watch. Just don't miss it!

firstpost.in

The film contains an ode to the lyricism of classic Urdu poetry, mobsters as well as the familiar two-against-the-world formula that has powered so many legendary films.

Chaubey weaves all of this together to create a fictional India in which you'll love losing yourself. And when Dedh Ishqiya ends, all you can say is irshaad.

Ndtv Movies

Dedh Ishqiya entertains, but does so in a manner that does not trifle with the intelligence of the audience.

Rare is a Bollywood release that one genuinely looks forward to. Dedh Ishqiya, for sure, is one such atypical film, and certainly not for its capricious title alone.

Dedh Ishqiya is a must watch.

daily.bhaskar.com

Dedh Ishqiya can come in the category of hard hitting films, which have left an indelible mark on Indian audience in last couple of years. The film rides on a good story, great acting performances, brilliant screenplay, interesting dialogues and a twist, which will leave you awestruck.

For all the true cinema lovers, who prefer acting and story over masala, it’s time to book your seats and kickstart the year.

oneindia.in

The film opens with Hollywood film Wild West kind of scene. Warsi's first escaping scene reminds us of John Ford and Jack Robbins.

One of the interesting thing is that so far, I saw nothing illogical and yet the story is very interesting. Madhuri Dixit looks beautiful and her acting as always is brilliant. She looks every bit convincing in her role as Begum Para.

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