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Dear Ishq episode 50 review: Sehban Azim-Niyati Fatnani’s show goes random

The scenes keep switching even before you sync anything in.

Dear Ishq episode 50 review: Sehban Azim-Niyati Fatnani’s show goes random
Dear Ishq.
  • Shaheen Irani

Last Updated: 08.57 PM, Apr 02, 2023

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The big secret – who is Rumour Ramola – is out. Find out who has been playing with the lives of people like Abhimanyu and Asmita.


Dear Ishq episode 50 commences where episode 49 ended. Finally, Sehban Azim’s Abhimanyu Razdan explains what he meant in the presence of Niyati Fatnani’s Asmita Roy and Kishwer Merchant’s Maya. Kishwer kills it with her expressions in the scene the most. This doesn’t even come as a surprise. The extreme music definitely is disappointing though.

Puneet Tejwani as Peter has very little to offer. It is only the music that adds to his character.

Kunal Verma makes a comeback as Rizwan Khan. The music continues with him and becomes a distraction from what his character actually feels.

Buneet Kapoor, surprisingly, makes a comeback too as Shauvik. He has been the most mysterious character anyway and thankfully the music helps with his role.

The slow motion build to Abhimanyu and Asmita’s romance is boring. His dialogues though pierce through your heart.

Sehban is back and he is killing it with most scenes. Obviously, he’s the best with romantic scenes.

The makers though do not let you enjoy one scene. They switch from romance to mystery to romance once again. This ruins the vibe of the show.

Kunal and Buneet’s face-off really works. While Kunal is very much in his element, Buneet ends up being a surprise.

Maya and Peter, on the other hand, are as dramatic as ever. The big mystery is finally revealed. It is not what you expected or thought. Puneet in the scene barely leaves an impact.

Abhimanyu and Asmita come back and not in a romantic scene. This is very random and that leaves you wondering what exactly is happening on this show.


The makers do not let you feel a scene and then change the mood. This hampers your viewing experience majorly.-