• Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    The desire to be a traditional Bollywood hero continues to be the bane of all new-comers, even those who are star-sons, and not really new comers. Mahaakshay returns in a badly-written romance, which makes you wonder why anyone would want to repeat the same mistakes: ‘Ishqedarriyan’ features the age-old triangle of rich boy- poor girl- and third party, in a leaden plot that never takes off.

  • Troy Ribeiro
    Troy Ribeiro
    Hindustan Times


    With all the tropes of the romance genre weaved into it, Ishqedarriyaan is a typical contrived, mushy and predictable tale of a Prince Charming and a damsel in distress. Overall, this is an ideal film for die-hard romantics who believe that good things happen to good people.

  • Lost in a world of its own, the film forgets to engage the viewer. The makers of the film might need to offer free tea at the screenings to give the audience an incentive to stay awake.

    The kindest thing I can say about Ishqedarriyaan is that it is yawn worthy.

  • Renuka Vyavahare
    Renuka Vyavahare
    Times Of India


    A ‘sacrificing attitude’ was prime requisite once upon a time in all kinds of social/romantic dramas but that’s the thing of the past. This film revolves around it and turns out to be inconsequential in return. Despite decent production values, Ishqedarriyaan fails to click as it is way too cliched.

  • Samiya Dinware
    Samiya Dinware


    If you are a die-hard fan of hardcore romance, drama and emotions, then Ishqedarriyaan is the film for you!