Oops!! That reminds me that I need to review this film, so here it is.
Ishqedarriyaan is all about Luvleen (Evelyn Sharma), who is a beggar child. Oops!! I mean, who is a teacher and wants to collect donations for her grandfather’s (Suhasini Mulay) school.
In walks Aagam Diwan (Mahaakshay Chakraborty), a wannabe US base millionaire. Oops!! I mean a millionaire who falls madly in love with Luvleen.
Moving on, we get to meet Arjun (Mohit Dutta) is a good for nothing musician. Oops!! I mean a passionate singer, Luvleen loses her heart to.
Guess it was something to do with her name as all she does is either fall in love or make others fall for her.
Aagam loves Luvleen, but she loves Arjun so this makes a love triangle and you have a typical rich boy, poor girl and one carefree lover boy kind of melodrama that’s very boring and good for nothing.
Aagam has everything but cannot express his love to Luvleen, something that is beyond my comprehension. In all of this, we get to meet Aagam’s best friend Rahul (Kavin Dave), who is the lifeline of the film
What happens from here on, who gets the girl in the end is what Ishqedarriyaan is all about.
The only thing that strikes you in the film is the fact that Mithun Chakraborty’s son has changed his name for the second time around.
With his debut film Jimmy in the year 2008 he was known as Mimoh Chakraborty and now he has been christened as Mahaakshay Chakraborty.
Evelyn Sharma can be seen in every third scene of the movie, which makes it very boring as the girl has only one expression on her face.
The only good thing about the film is Kavin Dave as he keeps you entertained and shows a lot of sincerity and promise.
It’s really sad to see that the makers have just not worked on the script of their film. This one neither has a story, nor screenplay and is just a bunch of scenes that are put together.
Ishqedarriyaan is a poorly written romance, which makes you wonder why anyone would want to repeat the same mistakes.
All in all, this one will surely give you a headache.
Ghastly, Gross and Gimmicky; well, that's what Ishqedarriyaan is all about. The film has no story, performances are sub standard and lets not even tal...0.5