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Aisha  (2010 - Hindi)

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  • Aakash Barvalia

    Popcorn Love Story!

    Aisha rating: 5 out of 10

    By Aakash Barvalia(06 Aug 2010)

    Why is Popcorn so essential while watching the movie? Why we eat popcorn while watching the movie? It’s just because popcorn is meant to just pass your time in an easy way, while you are relaxing in your comfortable chair simultaneously watching the movie. No matter how good is the movie, popcorn is meant to ease you, and gives you non-brainy entertainment. And no matter how the movie is bad also, it still comforts you, and gives non-brainy entertainment. This movie “Aisha”, directed by Rajshree Ojha, her first step into direction, has given us a one more film which can ... » read more

  • Jinesh shah

    Looks Classy…but lacks that Class!

    Aisha rating: 5 out of 10

    By Jinesh shah(11 Aug 2010)

    Director Rajshree Ojha has done an impressive job of bringing Devika Bhagat’s smart and satirical screenplay to life. The film has some hysterical dialogues and funny at instances by Devika, Manu Rishi and Ritu Bhatia, and a brilliant musical score by Amit Trivedi. Also I shudder to think what costume designer Pernia Qureshi’s appointment book will look like from tomorrow. Absolutely fabulous costumes! The styling by Kunal Rawal and Pernia Qureshi is uber-cool and trendy. Rajshree Ojha doesn't take much time in introducing the characters and one keeps on knowing more about ... » read more

  • Abhishek Tiwari

    Sonam is “the next”…

    Aisha rating: 6 out of 10

    By Abhishek Tiwari(19 Aug 2010)

    Sonam as Aisha, who has an eddying effect in people’s lives, looks the part and plays it pretty well, too. She makes no mistake of that and makes the best of a rather rare opportunity for an Indian leading lady to be part of a Bollywood film that salutes Victorian mores and Delhi's elitist affectations in one clean cool sweep. Aisha is the most defined role she has essayed so far and Sonam adds spark and soul to it. Even when she irritates with her antics, she is in sync with her character. She gets a chance to do a full movie centered on female protagonist and she also ... » read more

  • Khushbu

    (p)Aisha Wasool!

    Aisha rating: 6 out of 10

    By Khushbu (07 Aug 2010)

    (p)Aisha Wasool!

    Before you read anything further about Aisha heed this warning… if you’re an “I-hate-romances” kinda guy/person then stay far, far away from Aisha but if you’re the die-hard romantic or even the I-can-palate-romantic types then read on!

    This week smells fresh with a Victorian twist in the theatres! Rajshree Ojha’s Aisha is a smiling cure for that romantic inside all of us. An adaptation of Jane Austen’s 1815 novel Emma, Aisha is very close to it’s 1995 adaptation “Clueless.” This project is a Kapoor family baby with Sonam Kapoor playing ... » read more

  • Movie Lover

    Indianized Emma

    Aisha rating: 8 out of 10

    By Movie Lover (06 Aug 2010)

    Not so serious as to bog you down, not so frivolous as to be dismissed, Aisha is just right. A rom-com, it traces the life of central protagonist Aisha (Sonam Kapoor), an upscale Delhi girl whose life revolves around shopping for brands and matchmaking. She calls the latter “social service” in all seriousness, even as friends Pinky and Arjun keep telling her to quit meddling in people’s lives.

    Pinky (Ira Dubey) has been her best friend since they were little; Arjun (Abhay Deol) is the one who’s severely critical of her and at times even patronizing. Aisha meets ... » read more

  • rohit agarwala

    OK Movie

    Aisha rating: 0 out of 10

    By rohit agarwala(07 Aug 2010)

    Sonam Kapoor stars as South Delhi-bred spoilt brat Aisha, who looks like she's stepped straight out of the pages of Vogue. With her best friend, the equally vacuous Pinky (played by Ira Dubey), she spends her days maxing out her father's credit card at fancy designer boutiques, and attending polo matches with the Capital's swish set.

    When her matchmaking designs on her new 'behenji' friend Shefali and the bumbling mithai-shop heir Randhir go awry, Aisha is forced to rethink her idea of love, and whether it can be arranged after all.
    Abhay Deol as Arjun, her ... » read more

  • karanbir singh

    Aisha: a nice movie

    Aisha rating: 5 out of 10

    By karanbir singh(20 Aug 2010)

    Recall the age-old adage: Marriages are made in heaven. Consummated on earth. But haven't we encountered lots of people in real life who try to set things up between friends/acquaintances? In fact, they take upon themselves to make matches and meddle in other people's affairs. That, in a nutshell, is the plotline of AISHA.

    Let's get one thing straight. You are not exploring virgin territory with AISHA. 'Emma', the Jane Austen novel, has been adapted on film and television in the past. Although first published in 1815, almost 200 years ago, director Rajshree Ojha ... » read more

  • varun kumar

    not a good not a bad

    Aisha rating: 0 out of 10

    By varun kumar(04 Sep 2010)

    It’s a sweet simple story based on the life of one sweet little girl whose name is “Aisha” (Sonam Kapoor). She is a totally blonde type of girl, who is very fashionable, very sweet in nature, loves to do social services, and acts like any other girl next door. She loves match-making job, and often does pairing between her circles. Now the here the story begins with lots of confusion and misunderstandings. There’s a friend of Aisha named Randhir (Cyrus), who likes her but Aisha ignores her. In one party Aisha met one “behenji” type of girl, Shefali (Amrita Puri) and thought ... » read more

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