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Yeh Saali Aashiqui (2019) 2h 17min | Thriller | 29 November 2019 (India)Director: Cherag RuparelWriters: Vardhan Puri, Cherag RuparelStars: Vardhan Puri, Shivaleeka Oberoi, Jessey LeverSummary: When Sahil met Mittee in hotel management school, it was love at first sight for both of them. Their love was everything - picture perfect and flawless. But an unlikely event at school ... See full summary »Countries: IndiaLanguages: Hindi
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Movie Details :
- Full Name: Yeh Saali Aashiqui
- Language: Hindi
- Released Year: 2019
- Size: 400MB & 1.3 GB
- Quality:720p & 480p pDVDRip
- Format: Mkv
Movie Info :
Yeh Saali Aashiqui is two-films-in-one. Or at least that’s what it seems like when the film opens with a budding college romance laced with juvenile jokes, and silly vying-for-the-same-girl male rivalry. Sahil (Puri) and Mittee (Oberoi) are mad for each other, and despite the little niggles that crop up, it seem like they are made for each other.
But are they really? Post interval, the film slides into a wholly different territory, where we were given a slate full of vicious gold-diggers, gullible tycoons, and wronged men on the path of revenge. The second half feels like the actual film, and it does manage to grip you in bits, despite some convoluted parts. But the trouble with the film is that the treatment of both the romantic angles, as well as the watch-the-femme-fatale-in-her-red-lips, is dated and troubling.
The two leads aren’t bad, Oberoi pulling off her part with some amount of confidence and Puri (the grandson of Amrish Puri) showing a glimpse of promise, minus the grandpa’s towering build or the gravelly voice. But you cannot make a film on the cusp of a brand new decade while making the woman the butt of your convenient, risible jokes. Men are unsafe too, declares a character, and too many people in the theater laughed out loud.