Debutant director Abhishek Chaubey has done a excellent job with Ishqiya, very well directed and narrated with suspense.
The climax of the movie leaves you confused, except for the climax, rest of story is superb, Camera work is good.
Cinematographer Mohana Krishna has done a great job. Dialogue are also good, just like Omkar, Dialogues for this movie is written Vishal Bhardwaj.
Story is written by Vishal Bhardwaj, Abhishek Chaubey and Sabrina Dhawan.
What makes Ishqiya memorable ?
The answer is : dialogues , performances, cinematography and songs [specially Ibn-E-Batuta and Dil Bachcha hai].
Story : This is the story of two thieves, the story takes place in Uttar Pradesh. This is the story of Khalujan (Naseeruddin Shah) and Babban (Arshad Warsi), The stroy begins when both Khalujan and Babban stole the money from his boss Mushtaq (Salman Shahid) and they are on run. Mushtaq captures them, start to make preparation to burry them alive, both escape dramaticaly from there. Now they call each and every friend for hideout, when everyone refuses they seek refuge at old friend Verma’s house, but Verma was dead they
find his widow Krishna (Vidya Balan) in the house, she lives alone in the house. They both fall in love with Krishna. They hide the money stolen from Mushtaq in Krishna house, again Mushtaq captures them tell them to return money or he will kill them. When both look for there hidden money, the bag was stolen. then Mushtaq gives them one month to return his money. After this Krishna decided to help them, they plan to kidnap the millionaire in the area and demand a ransom, but without knowing the actual intentions of Krishna.
Naseeruddin Shah’s acting was too good, at this age he has done the excellent work, Arshad Warsi has done justice to his character.
Vidya Balan also played a good rule as a gaon ki guri.
This movie is rated ‘A’ [Adults] because of the dialogues and some scenes.
Overall this movie is different from the usual movies, I think you will love this movie.
I give it : 4/5.