There’s absolutely no appeal left in this show, at least in this episode.
Last Updated: 03.39 PM, Feb 09, 2023
Abhimanyu wants to teach Asmita a lesson. Is she in the mood to learn? Does she even need to learn?
By now, you would know that Dear Ishq is identified with glimpses of Mumbai’s random spots. Welcome to episode 12. You just get a reminder of the same.
Niyati Fatnani in the role of Asmita Roy is still cute. She, however, gets dumber and dumber as the episode progresses. Welcome to a world which claims to empower women but shows them as dumb.
Sehban Azim as Abhimanyu Razdan does not get an opportunity to prove himself. In this episode, the scenes are cut without prior notice, which is once again, no points for guessing, unappealing.
Kishwer Merchant as Maya is missed this time around. She is not a part of the episode.
The scenes in this episode are dumb. Here, love is forced through stupid scenes.
That continues, get intense for a bit and then goes back to being dumb. Not just love, even normal scenes are dumb for no reason. Of course, those scenes are around Asmita. Surprise, surprise, Abhimanyu is shown in a good light once again.
Stay miles away from this episode for your mental sanity. Neither the characters nor the actors and of course, the director too, have nothing new to offer here. This has become a constant with the show.