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Dear Ishq episode 43 review: Sehban Azim-Niyati Fatnani's show forces emotions upon you

Dear Ishq tries to okay things that aren’t in the latest episode.

Dear Ishq episode 43 review: Sehban Azim-Niyati Fatnani's show forces emotions upon you
Dear Ishq.
  • Shaheen Irani

Last Updated: 04.29 PM, Mar 19, 2023

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Abhimanyu is back in office after the fiasco. They now plan on how to turn the situation around.


Dear Ishq begins with Niyati Fatnani’s Asmita Roy showing her dramatic side as she meets Buneet Kapoor’s Shauvik. The makers are back with the zoom in and music and Buneet is the target this time.

Puneet Tejwani’s Peter is introduced with suspenseful music this time and that is sure to give you a headache. He almost nails it with his acting but of course, Kishwer Merchant’s Maya shows more emotions. The music, definitely, doesn’t help their scenes.

The makers switch scenes between two failed relationships which are everything depressing.

Sehban Azim’s Abhimanyu Razdan is finally introduced and he perfectly describes the situation. The scenes with his dialogue work pretty well. With that, you keep hoping that he had a longer role in this episode because honestly, the makers have ensured that he is the best part of the series.

Beena Banerjee and Kaveri Ghosh as Asmita’s grandmom-mother have a fun bond but in a stressful situation. You will fall in love with the grandma, Charulata.

The show clearly has harassment going on and the woman is seen quiet on the matter. It tends to lean towards comedy but is forced comedy.

The episode ends with that, leaving you with very little to no hope of improvement.


If you kept your hopes up from this episode, you shouldn’t have. The emotions are forced upon you and it clearly doesn’t deserve your time.