Ishq Brandy is a masala potboiler which narrates a story of three friends who have a tag line "if you are my friend, I don't need an enemy"... Teji, Gura and Pritam from three different ...
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Ishq Brandy is a masala potboiler which narrates a story of three friends who have a tag line "if you are my friend, I don't need an enemy"... Teji, Gura and Pritam from three different worlds, bound by their respective Ishq, do something under the spell of Brandy that they unknowingly put their Ishq(s) at stake and what follow are rib-tickling sequences which decide their fate.Written by
Funny, entertaining but boring & old at the same time!
I think 'Ishq Brandy' is quite a fresh and funny entertainer. It is probably going to be enjoyed by the youth, though any aged people who enjoy Punjabi comedies will probably like it. Compared to other Punjabi comedies, such as Carry On Jatta, Lucky Di Unlucky Story or Bhaji In Problem, Ishq Brandy doesn't stand a chance if you look at it in either a comedy way or an entertainment way, as all three films beat Ishq Brandy.
Despite this, Ishq Brandy is still quite a decent film. It is funny at times, especially scenes with Binnu Dhillon, who is usually known for his comic-timing. Him, Karamjit Anmol and BN Sharma's comic-timing in this film are really good and hilarious in my opinion.
The film has an average story, with the first half being quite boring but the second half a little bit more interesting. Performances I'd say are a huge let-down. The film could've been much better with better actors, or just better performances from these actors. Only a few actors in the film stand out as good performers, whilst the rest just make you bored.
Most of the actors try too hard to act funny but ruin it for you at the same time. With the exception of Binnu Dhillon, Karamjit Anmol and BN Sharma, almost every actor in the film who tries to make you laugh, probably will not actually make you laugh.
Overall, it is a decent film with a below average story but shaped up quite decently. With let-down performances and a lot of boring sequences, the film isn't anything that you should watch and get excited about in my opinion, but if you're into Punjabi comedies, or just any comedy to make time-pass, then this one will probably be alright for you. 5/10.
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