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Indo-Asian News Service's Film Reviews
Fresh, frothy feel good and, yes, look good, and with a solid undercurrent of emotional frisson to guide the love story to its heart-warming culmination Ishkq In Paris makes you thankful for that thing called love. The tone of narration is unmistakably European.
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke is a fun-filled road movie zestfully driven by the director, but alas the road is littered with too many sleeping dogs. Dev Goel makes a confident debut. Hopefully, he will be provided with better material next time. Maybe a remake of Dus Lakh upgraded to ‘100 Crore’?
Go for it. The rebellious boys’ club of Rangrezz is every bit as meritorious as its counterpart in Kai Po Che!.