Direct Ishq perceptive film review: Rajneesh Duggal, Nidhi Subbaiah and Arjun Bijlani’s venerate triangle is too over a top!

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The characters are usually too loud!

Direct Ishq is a sentimental venerate triangle, set in Benares, featuring Rajneesh Duggal, Nidhi Subbaiah and Arjun Bijlani (of Naagin fame). The film is releasing this Friday, but a colleague, Urmimala, has already managed to locate a preview expose of a film. This is what she has to contend about a initial half…

“After some delays Direct Ishq is all set to strike a theatres. The film is a opening of TV actor Arjun Bijlani whom we know as Ritik from a strike expose Naagin. It also stars Rajneesh Duggal and Nidhi Subbaiah. The film kicks off in a holy city of Benaras, where any child is shown madly in venerate with a desi rockstar gal Dolly Pandey. She is a firebrand who does gigs on a banks of a Ganges. The guys are shit fearful of her as she has a repute of causing repairs to a family jewels. Kabeer (Arjun Bijlani) is a Mumbai male creatively from a holy city. His grandmother wants him to get married while he has a partner in Mumbai. So far, a film is characterised by a Benarasi hint that is predominant. The use of libel is also authentic. We have Rajneesh Duggal (vicky shukla) as a strong and uncontrolled control of Kashi Hindu Vishwavidyala. There is magnitude any amour between a fortuitous so far. Kabeer introduces Dolly to his grandma as destiny bahu while Vicky is madly in venerate with Dolly. Nidhi Subbaiah looks a lot like Rimi Sen and does a mill chicky gal act with gusto. When Vicky comes to know that Kabeer also likes Dolly he threatens her that he will marry her or kill her. Though a tract is decent, a characters are too biting for a ears and comfort! We have to see what happens in second half…”

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