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Dear Ishq episode 14 review: Sehban Azim slowly grips you towards the show

Abhimanyu Razdan is himself at the peak this time.

Dear Ishq episode 14 review: Sehban Azim slowly grips you towards the show
Dear Ishq.
  • Shaheen Irani

Last Updated: 01.57 PM, Feb 11, 2023

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Abhimanyu tries to figure out his story while Asmita tries to stay away from him. He, however, cannot stay away from her thoughts.


The makers are back with a new episode – Past and Prologue. They, however, don’t seem to learn from the past. Welcome to running glimpses of Mumbai, welcome to a new episode of Dear Ishq.

As if in no mood to make any extra efforts, they actually stay true to the title of the episode and replay the past scenes. This has become common with the show now.

Niyati Fatnani, in the role of Asmita Roy, is still stupid. Her expressions are nothing out-of-the-ordinary and that doesn’t come as a surprise since there’s barely meat in her role anyway.

Sehban Azim as Abhimanyu Razdan is slightly disappointing this time. His scene with his father though, is absolutely worth it.

Kishwer Merchant as Maya has a newer role this time. She performs well in this episode. She is more than a professional this time around and it is slightly more appealing.

Nannu, as always, is hilarious. He has dialogues which work well and have a comic timing.

Dear Ishq progresses and the stupidity continues. However, there’s a slight charm to the show this time.


Dear Ishq has started to become slightly appealing. The show focuses on Sehban’s Abhimanyu Razdan and his graph is appealing. That is the best part of this episode.