Aisha Review

August 6, 2010 by Post Team 

Aisha ReviewAisha Review, Film: ‘Aisha’, Cast: Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol, Amrita Puri, Dj Ira, Shahukar Cyrus, Arunoday Singh, Director: Rajshree Ojha; Rating: ***

What about people beau monde surface is not to be playing surface when brought to the screen.

Sonam Kapoor on a paper “tailor made” (where more Moolah seems to have been invested in adapting their elegant costumes in the exploration of places, smells, sights and sound, even the sense of this bewildering world of excessive self -grooming) Jane Austen gets the character right. All a jump for the actress.

When he had played the confused-girl lover in “Saawariya”, Sonam had imposed its own confusion born in the character – making it unstable and no body.

In ‘Aisha’, Sonam is much more in control of emotional compulsions of his character wrong. The fact that the young actress knows the label of designer-centric world of mischief chic so well, it helps to master the art Sonam and the outline of her character in the disguise of a way the original author would have approved of the character.

Sonam harks back to the dizzying world of Jane Austen led by British gentry class, where the game was not making an idle talk. Was religion. When placed in the atmosphere of the neo-rich spiced-up political charge of Delhi, Jane Austen’s characters spring to life in unexpected bursts of splendor insolent and unbridled joy of living. You can not stop laughing at these young people, often meaningless, self-importance of people.

‘Aisha’ is a celebration of two hours of pre-nuptial rituals. Although no one says, every girl in the movie only wants one thing. And it’s not necessarily love, but somewhere near. Sows and bustle of Delhi comes alive through the thin intellectual faculties of the protagonists.

Do not forget that Jane Austen had implemented its great intellectual force frail and shallow. ‘Aisha’ Austen’s world becomes a playful shot fragile party feisty fashion with a fondness for enhancing natural light that bathes these people a little concerned. Diego Rodriguez’s photography and especially the songs and background music by Amit Trivedi create a multi-hued horizon of this saga of the high society of the second year, his loves, lovers and love gossip.

Debutante director Rajshree Ojha gets in this world of dreams and exciting trivia design with a wink and a smile goes a long way in building a showcase around these metropolitan dummies prowl to find a pair of one mind. The casting is as dead as it can get. While the boys Abhay Deol, Cyrus Sahukar and brain play Arunoday Singh, Nerd and Hunk with absolute delight, are the girls who kept laughing and TCH-TCH-tion.

Neha Dubey and newcomer Amrita Puri give pitch-perfect performances as sahelis intimidated in the alliances that seem manipulated on earth rather than arranged in heaven. They have a bright future ahead, alone or not.

But the film belongs to Sonam Kapoor, make no mistake about it. She makes the most of an opportunity, rather rare for an Indian leading lady part of a Bollywood film that pays homage to Victorian manners and affectations elite New Delhi on a cold clean sweep.

Engaging and charming – Aisha makes you wonder if there is something more important in the world to find the perfect combination.

Maybe find the right movie to find the perfect combination?

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