Abhishek Chaubey's 'Dedh Ishqiya' continues to woo the viewers to the cinema halls. We give you an insight into the aspects that makes the film a must watch and one of the best projects you'll get to watch in 2014.
While everybody has a reason to love the actor, nobody ever forgets the film's villain. Vijay Raaz proves why the film is incomplete without him. Since the film revolves around actors rooting against Vijay, the actor's role had to be significant. Vijay does full justice to his role as Jaan Mohammad.
What makes the film so magical is the chemistry between actors. Whether it is their romantic relationship or camaraderie, actors wow their fans with their chemistry. 'Dedh Ishqiya' does well because the cast gets along well and are funny together.
Madhuri Dixit makes the film unique, and much better than its prequel 'Ishqiya'. As a viewer you get so drawn in to her performance as Begum Para Jaan, that you forget that it is just a film. She adds life to the character with her sher-o-shaeri, grace, expressions and dance steps. We congratulate Madhuri for giving yet another stellar performance.
One can never make a great film out of a bad screenplay. The reason? Screenplay becomes the base for what the viewers get to see onscreen. Hence, envisioning a film without a convincing script is impossible. Those who feel 'Dedh Ishqiya' comes across as a perfect film would agree that since the film is well-written it leaves a lasting impact.
It is only when you watch Arshad Warsi perform that you understand why comic timing can't be taught, but it is an innate thing. As moments unfold in weird way in the film, Arshad flatters the viewers with his equally weird and funny reactions. Those who haven't watched the film ought to do it, to leave the viewers rolling on the floor laughing.
The music of 'Dedh Ishqiya' is an interesting blend of romantic and classic songs. While 'Horn Ok Please' is a peppy number, 'Dil ka mizaaj ishqiya' is heart-touching, 'Zabaan jale hai' carries the old-world romance, 'Hamari atariya' takes you back to the 'mujra' period and 'Kya hoga' is a qawwali you wouldn't want to miss.
Filmmaker Abhishek Chaubey ought to be appreciated for putting a tough film together. Like a perfect filmmaker, Abhishek has paid acute attention to all the aspect of filmmaking - from acting, editing, music composition, cinematography and screenplay.
What makes the story richer and relatable are the film's dialogues. While actors Madhuri Dixit and Naseeruddin Shah leave an impact with their poetic lines, Arshad Warsi and Huma Qureshi shock you with their cheesy and corny dialogues.
Naseeruddin Shah's performance in mind-blowing. The star is brilliant, courtesy the elegance with which he says poetic dialogues, romances Madhuri Dixit and out-cons Arshad in the film. While the film is brilliant and intriguing, and other actors impressive, it is Shah who steals the show.