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Ishaqzaade
Born To Hate... Destined To Love..
2D

Ishaqzaade

Hindi
ActionRomantic
11 May, 2012
2 hrs 13 mins
71%
179 votes
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Rising from the ashes of hooliganism and small town clan wars, comes the love story of a passion ignited by hatred. Of two people. Born to hate. Destined to love. One kingdom. One throne. Two wild animals one totally unpredictable and the other ferocious! A battle deafened by sounds of hate, revenge, bullets and deceit. A story about two fiery bloods played by Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra, and their fight for power and supremacy. A story about love brewing in a small town burning with hatred. A story called ISHAQZAADE. Follow the story of the ishaqzaade`s as their turbulent journey unfolds in the often unrealistic and daunting political confines of rural India.
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A college girl who campaigns passionately for her father (election symbol: computer) Zoya delivers the film`s finest and most telling turn of phrase as she demands votes promising her peers a prosperous and awesome Almore, a ``dhani aur dhaansu Almore.`` ...Read full review
Parineeti Chopra is fabulously effervescent. As the `mango `ishmile` flashing Zoya, she`s adorable and admirable. She lacks the obvious, larger-than-life mega-screen presence, but wins you over with her `item`bomb` simplicity ...Read full review
Parma Chauhan (Arjun Kapoor) is rough, irreverent, growing in the shadow of grandfather Surya Chauhan. ``Tumhari maa mere bete ko kha gayi`` is the kind of relationship Parma and his mother has with Surya. To prove he`s a Chauhan ka khoon, Parma must do something drastic. ...Read full review
In a fictional small town in North India, battle lines are drawn between political families, the Chauhans and the Qureshis, sworn enemies, each seeking victory against the other in the forthcoming elections. Against this tense terrain, director Habib Faisal sets his Romeo & Juliet story, Ishaqzaade. ...Read full review