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‘Ishq Vishk Rebound’ Review: A Tedious, Half-hearted Take on Young Romance

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Director Nipun Dharmadhikari’s ‘Ishq Vishk Rebound’, featuring Rohit Saraf, Pashmina Roshan, and Jibraan Khan, fails as a young romance, offering a dull, half-baked storyline.

Movie Rating: 2 out of 5 Stars

Movie Review by Ratan Srivastava

Fans of the original ‘Ishq Vishk’ will be sorely disappointed by this lackluster sequel. While Rohit Saraf’s performance is a saving grace, Pashmina Roshan and Jibraan Khan fall flat, with Jibraan’s limited screen time doing him no favors. His looks can’t compensate for his lack of impact. Why is Naila Grrewal used as a filler in this movie?

Saraf shines as the focal point, convincingly portraying friend, son, and lover, but his co-stars debut with lackluster performances that don’t measure up.

Despite groove-worthy songs, the film’s short runtime is marred by the inclusion of four songs, making it feel longer and more tedious. Only Sonu Nigam’s voice and Kusha Kapila’s presence turns out to be positive in the entire film.

Dharmadhikari’s direction fails to captivate, with the narrative dragging and the magic missing. The film’s initial 20 minutes show promise, but from there to the end, it bores to an extreme degree.

Final Verdict:

What is evident in the movie is that it’s an expensive commercial for Tips Films, lacking any understanding of what constitutes good content.

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