Mohit is a marketing whiz kid vying for a step up the career ladder. Mayera is a financial brain with a penchant for shoes. They're a young middle-class corporate couple that's ambitious ... See full summary »
A boy is forced meet a girl for an arranged marriage but even though he refuses the match, they secretly become friends. As things get complicated and both get engaged to different people they realize they've fallen in love with each other.
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Abbas Alibhai Burmawalla,
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After successfully arranging the marriage of her Delhi-based spinster aunt, Chitra, to Colonel Raghuvendra Singh, self-styled 'Event Manager', Aisha Kapoor, decides to turn match-maker. She is convinced that she can find the right match for anyone, including Bahadurgarh-based naive and innocent Shefali Thakur. Chaos and bitterness results after Aisha decides to convert Shefali into a modern and fashionable woman, and concludes that Randhir Gambhir is the ideal groom for her. Written by
While shooting in Rishikesh, a few extras were needed for a volleyball scene. They couldn't find any extras that would fit the look, so they decided to pull the costume designer and stylist - Pernia Qureshi and Kunal Rawal - of the film and place them right behind the main cast in the volleyball game. See more »
Bunty Kumar's (Arunav C) bride is Gurpreet (Jasmeet Kaur), but credits show her as Mandeep Kaur. See more »
Better performances from everyone, except Sonam Kapoor
Well, Aisha is a modern day adaptation of the classic Jane Austen's novel Emma. Emma is the story of a wealthy socialite who tries her hand at match-making with some very contradictory results. Aisha follows Emma hand-in-hand with a few exceptions here and there.
Talking about the performances, I expected a lot from the tall and lanky Kapoor dame, Sonam. She was plain mediocre at best. She neither delivered her lines effectively nor did her facial expressions convey her inner conflicts. She could've done much more than just giggling her way throughout the movie or looking stern when it's not needed at all. Obviously, Sonam has a long way to go before she can scale the heights of her father, Anil Kapoor in Bollywood. I was utterly shocked to see that unlike Kapoor, her colleagues acted really well in this movie. Cyrus Sahukar, Ira Dubey and Amrita Puri are the ones who walk away with the laurels. These threesome are really good and display raw talents. I am sure they can go a long way in Bollywood. Abhay Deol is improving leaps and bounds from his previous movies and he does show vast improvement as an actor. I did catch a glimpse of the Deol look in him. Arunodhay Singh is just okay. He should really think about taking voice modulation classes.
The songs in this movie are fantastic. "Suno Aisha" and "By The Way" are my personal favorites.
The cinematography is quite impressive and the look of the film is appealing.
A good time-pass flick. Go catch it if you have nothing else to do.
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