Children of two warring political families in rural India, Parma Chauhan (Arjun Kapoor) andZoyaQureshi (Parineeti Chopra) elope in a quick get-a-way to the music of wild gunshot, courtesy her enraged father.
It’s a Romeo and Juliet love story that promises a Prince Charming ending. But here our Prince Charming – Parma –is charming with a sharp edge. He’s a raucous, charismatic, likable brat, with rough looks and a cunning smile.
Zoya is every bit his match. She’s a bubbly, bold and aggressive Tomboy. With her girl-next-door persona, you can’t help but fall in love and hope the best for her.
This is definitely not a case of opposite’s attract. Parma (Arjun Kapoor) and Zoya (Parineeti Chopra)are both Indian bindass to the core.Zoya demonstrates her hubris as a gun toting, campaign manager in a hard-fought election campaign in the small town of Almore, apparently in northern India.
Kapoor is outstanding in his film debut and Chopra’s raw talent continues to blossom into a promising career. Many sharp twists in the plot and a small-town atmosphere with rustic feel carry you to the pinnacle.
All the conflicts developed in the film are resolved in the beauty of interreligious love. The conflict of religion and politics, Muslim versus Hindu and caste differences all dissolve in the passion and tenderness of the bond between man and woman.
Ishaqzaade Hindi Movie Online is masterfully directed by veteran, Habib Faisal. All his skill combines with the talent of the performers, building in a crescendo to the fairy tale moment. The moment when hate turns to love, tantrum turns to tenderness, irascibility turns to infatuation.
This hoped-for, longed-for, climactic moment makes the movie. It elevates you to an emotional high and transports you to the tragic conclusion. You walk out with a strange mixture of satisfaction and regret. This is one you don’t want to miss.