Movie Review: Aisha (2010)

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Aisha – Inspired by the renowned classic of Jane Austen, Emma, this is a story based on Delhi's upper-class rich girls. The movie revolves around Aisha (Sonam Kapoor), who meddles into everyone’s business, and is possessed with doing match making between the people she knows. She thinks playing cupid is as easy as 1-2-3, till the time everything falls apart and she loses all her friends. Watch the movie to see how she gets trapped in situations, and whether she's able to get out of them or not.

Release Date: Aug 06, 2010 (India)

Language: Hindi

Genre: Romance, Comedy

Cast & Crew: Abhay Deol, Sonam Kapoor, Cyrus Sahukar, Arunoday Singh, Ira Dubey, Amrita Puri, Lisa Haydon

Director: Rajshree Ojha

Music: Amit Trivedi

Audience Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

"It's a must watch for all Delhi girls. It shows all the latest trends and fashion to follow. Storyline is ok - it could have been better. Abhay and Amrita acted well. For Sonam, I would say she should join some good acting school."
- Sabreena (a student of Dance Worx)

"Aisha was a below average movie, with no story at all. It’s a full-on chic movie. I liked the Hrishikesh sequence though."
- Nippun (a working professional)

"It wasn't a great one. I wonder why it was made at all. Nothing new, there were no WOW moments."
- Bhumika (working with an MNC)

"There wasn't anything to hold the interest for long except Abhay Deol, and even he didn’t have a long role. Watch it ONLY for fashion trends. Seems that it is made exclusively for Sonam Kapoor."
- Bharti (a working Mom)

"Boring… except for the dresses and the bags. It was all about Sonam... Sonam… AND Sonam!"
- Niharika (working with an HR firm)

"Only designer clothes to look forward to. Second half was not good. The movie wasn't that bad, can be watched once. The camping chapter was the best."
- Kanika (a trainer)

Overall, Aisha turns out to be predominantly a visual representation of a fashion magazine, with Sonam Kapoor as The Only Model. A lot of gloss and style, but fails to touch the viewer’s heart. Perhaps okay for a one-time watch as a light breezy entertainer, but not much of an adaptation of the classic novel.

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