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Dear Ishq episode 47 review: Sehban Azim-Niyati Fatnani’s show is all about bizarre

The makers do not know anything about music with scenes.

Dear Ishq episode 47 review: Sehban Azim-Niyati Fatnani’s show is all about bizarre
Dear Ishq.
  • Shaheen Irani

Last Updated: 06.29 AM, Mar 26, 2023

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Abhimanyu and Asmita are out on their official date. How will it go?


Dear Ishq commences with Niyati Fatnani’s Asmita Roy being surprised as Shauvik calls her up. Buneet Kapoor as Shauvik appears cute but is barely impactful. The music definitely doesn’t help his character. There is, however, a mystery that seems related to him.

Dear Ishq continues its love for bad boys. Of course, the makers then add a glimpse of Mumbai before introducing Sehban Azim’s Abhimanyu Razdan. The music doesn’t help his character either. Sehban tries but isn’t up to the point this time either.

Abhimanyu and Asmita’s chemistry works. Sehban works better with her around, as expected from the plot.

Of course, the moment is ruined by more glimpses of Mumbai. Thankfully, the setup for the romantic date works. The couple – Abhimanyu and Asmita – are a delight to watch.

Sugandh Dhindaw is back as Bani with Kunal Verma’s Rizwan Khan and his boyfriend Anirban, played by Vikas Grover. The scene is all what drama is about. She, obviously, doesn’t work. Kunal, on the other hand, is good in his role. The music, again, isn’t.

Dear Ishq episode 47 is not great in terms of music. There is forceful music and ones that don’t add up with the scenes. There is fun, romance and mystery in one scene. These elements would have worked if there wasn’t only fun music added to the scenes. Alas, that is not the case here.

The show gets a little stupid. Asmita looks around in embarrassment but cannot notice a man with binoculars, right behind a tree. At this point, you know that you cannot hope much from the show.


Like always, watch this episode of Dear Ishq only for Abhimanyu and Asmita’s romance. Everything apart from that is not well executed.