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Dedh Ishqiya is a 2014 Indian comedy thriller film. Out from jail, Khalujaan a.k.a Iftekhar (Naseeruddin Shah) and Babban (Arshad Warsi) have stolen a necklace made of royal jewels and are on the run. They part ways and meet at the Majidabad palace, where Iftekhar is competing with Urdu poets to win the heart of the nawab's widow Begum Para (Madhuri Dixit). Her quick-witted and mysterious friend and assistant Munniya (Huma Qureshi) slowly warms up to Babban and they together plot a kidnapping. Khalujaan (Naseeruddin Shah)and Babban (Arshad Warsi), the two romantic thieves are back in Dedh Ishqiya, sequel to the acclaimed and successful Ishqiya with their romantic adventures. And this time love will take them through the SEVEN STAGES OF LOVE... with the beautiful and dangerous Madhuri Dixit as Begum Para and Huma Qureshi as Munniya. Written by Sukh Sandhu

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A joy ride with a lot of twists and outstanding acting
11 January 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I have always been a great fan of how Vishal Bharadwaj can make dark comedy with such ease and beauty. After watching Kaminey, Omkara and Ishqiya, I went to the theater with great expectations and I was not at all disappointed, rather amazed and more than satisfied... The dialogues and the delivery are fantastic and not just that, The movie takes on some very subtle issues like ego, love, misconceptions, personality ethic and a lot more and that too with sense of humor that is subtle yet so powerful that every line that the actors say have some deep meaning in them... Naseer sahab has always been one of my favorites and praising his acting would mean critiquing a monalisa, however the pick of the actors for me were Arshad Warsi with his bhopali humor, Madhuri Dixit beautiful yet so powerful and of course Vijay Raj ,the villain, who although has a big ego fails to earn the respects he yearns for so much.... All in all it is a 9* experience according to me, with the drawback that there are no famous songs, as in ishqiya, which i so much expected from Vishal bharadwaj... Its intelligent cinema, with a mix of humor and darkness... It tries to rip of the character behind the faces that we tend to wear... I think this is one installment of bollywood this year that would be hard to beat... You should take a walk into the dark humorous world of dedh ishqiya..


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