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Aashiqui 2
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Aashiqui 2

26 Apr, 2013
2 hrs 20 mins
1,197 votes
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Rahul, a gifted musician whose career is on a downward spiral, takes it upon himself to groom small-time singer Aarohi into a rising star. Romance eventually blossoms between the two, but Rahul's chronic alcoholism nearly jeopardises both their careers and personal lives. With things taking a further turn for the worse, their final attempt at redemption may come at a heavy price for the star-crossed lovers.
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He sings. She sings. He, for his stardom. She, for her supper. And the twain meet. In a restrobar, where she croons and he swoons. And Aashiqui is born. Again! Retelling the celebrity story that stardom ain`t an easy ride. It sometimes vrooms and then goes sputter, the fuel of celebdom often running out. Like Rahul Jaykar (Aditya) discovers; once basking in a `rockstar` like status, but soon losing it to alcohol, addiction and self-deprecation. But when he meets budding singer Aarohi (Shraddha), his heart finds a new beat and his crumbling life finds a cause. He trains her to become the Nightingale of India; she shines while he stays her shadow; sometimes sober, mostly stoned. The real lyric of this story is their romance, pulsating with passion and intensity - on high notes and `higher spirits`. ...Read full review
Suri clearly had a hard time establishing the premise and fleshing out his characters. The plot is constantly weighed down by painfully mundane conversations (at one point, a lovestruck RJ is told by his dad over the phone, When son is in love, father just knows.) and fails to justify the developments in the story. The young actors look just as unconvinced and disinterested.As I see it, what probably started as an interesting story idea - troubled artists, dynamics in a relationship - eventually got buried under the debris of random motifs from previous hits delivered by the Bhatt camp ...Read full review
There are so many WTF moments in the film that you start losing count. Beginning with the basic understanding of the lead characters. Neither Rahul nor Aarohi look like singers. Their body language is too stiff and pretentious to mime the free spirit of a performer. Hes aimlessly floating through life like that plastic bag from American Beauty, while her attention is divided between singing and being a part time rehab nurse to her lover. In between this they find time to express their love and hate to one another. The films only saving grace are the melodious tunes and the background score. ...Read full review