Ishqiya 2010


Ishqiya Release Date :29th Jan 2010
Genre: Crime, Romance
Starring: Naseruddin Shah as Khalujan/khalu , Arshad Warsi as Babban Hussain , Vidya Balan as Krishna Verma, Salman Shahid as Mushtaq
Anupama Kumar as Manju
Director: Abhishek Chaubhey
Producer : Raman Maroo and Vishal Bharadwaj

Ishqiya is a story of love between individuals caught in a spiral of crime, suspense, passion and deceit. Two thieves, Khalujan and Babban are fleeing their boss, Mushtaq. They seek refuge with an old friend, and instead meet with his widow, Krishna. When they plan their escape, their time spent together makes the duo she khalu with tinted vision of old-fashioned love and Babban with his lustful eye. The threat of imminent death forces on a path of violence and betrayal. Located in a rural landscape, Ishqiya explores the fundamental emotions as influenced by desire, greed and revenge.
Plot 2
Ishqiya is a forthcoming Hindi film stars Arshad Warsi, Vidya Balan and in lead roles. Produced by Raman Maroo and Vishal Bharadwaj and directed by Abhishek Chaubey debutante. The Hindi film Ishqiya is scheduled to release on 29th January 2010.

Naseeruddin Shah: Khalujan
Khalujan is a pure romantic at heart. He is a bit odd cookie in the world of crime. Of course, he has a keen mind and body and has been hardened over the years living in the world of guns and gangsters, and yet it is very emotional and tender at the base. He wants to return to his village and wants to settle in a quiet and peaceful existence Country Life. But life had other plans for him. Love happens to him. Krishna happens to him.

Arshad Warsi: Babban
Babban is, in many respects, the antithesis of the kind of man is his uncle. If Khalujan is all heart and soul, Babban is all flesh and blood. It has warm blood, lascivious and mocks the romantic idea of true love. Babban is cynically indifferent to the finer things in life, hard as nails. Throughout the film, Babban discovers what it means to love and be betrayed. It makes the softer side of her sleep to life. Perhaps for the first time in his life, Babban worries ... for Krishna.

Vidya Balan: Krishna Verma
The femme fatale. The small town girl.The mysterious woman and forgotten widow. Krishna is a bundle of contradictions. We see her as a woman madly in love. We see it as an object of desire. We see it as a vision of purity. It is seen engaging in a fight with another man horny. What is so attractive about it is that while we connect with it on several levels, a complete understanding of his escapes us. What does she want? Why is it the way it is? The answer lies in the heart of the story is Ishqiya.

Look at the Ishqiya trailor :


  1. I hate this movie trailor. And really very surprising that vidhya has done this type of cheap movie !!!

  2. bob Says:
  3. cool movie. loved it!


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