Dear Ishq does get better but it’s too little, too late.
Last Updated: 06.28 PM, Feb 20, 2023
Asmita Roy is back in her organization. She has to face Abhimanyu Razdan once again. What will happen when they meet?
Dear Ishq once again commences with Niyati Fatnani being a depressed soul in the role of Asmita Roy. Since she doesn’t even realize her potential, it is even more depressing to watch her.
Thankfully, Sehban Azim’s Abhimanyu Razdan makes an entry soon after. He’s adorable to watch this time. This time, Abhimanyu is his real, vulnerable self. That sure is great to watch.
Kunal Verma as Rizwan Khan is okay to watch. As an actor, he is brilliant but doesn’t completely fit the role.
Kishwer Merchant as Maya is only fair in her role. She is barely refreshing in the role and everything around her gets dramatic.
Sandeep Soni as Nannu is hilarious as always. This time, he plots and even that is too cute to watch.
Puneet Tejwani as Peter is better in his role this time around. He is barely the second Abhimanyu Razdan.
Welcome to TV’s world. From music to zoom-in-zoom-out of frames thrice, Dear Ishq absolutely stands true to the reputation the medium has gained over the years.
The show ends on a cliffhanger moment but the scene is so slow that you can take a nap and wake up and still know everything that’s happening. Of course, we aren’t surprised since the show knows pretty well how to stretch a scene. The makers even turned one scene into a whole episode. Take a guess.
Dear Ishq continues its pace. The show is absolutely nothing new. There are interesting moments but they are not the ones that leave you wondering what next. The one scene that does leave you curious, is where the episode comes to an end.