It is very clear that Dear Ishq has nearly nothing new to offer.
Last Updated: 10.18 PM, Apr 07, 2023
Abhimanyu realizes he did wrong with Asmita. Will she forgive him or move on in life?
Dear Ishq commences with Niyati Fatnani’s Asmita Roy being emotional to her ex-fiance Shauvik, played by Buneet Kapoor. They both barely work their parts in the scene. This is especially because of the music that overdramatizes the scene.
There’s a flashback scene before Arya’s death scene. It finally reveals what actually happened. Buneet’s role gets better as the episode progresses. There’s a lot of layers to him which are left unknown.
When it comes to others, the show is overdramatized thanks to the music. This happens with Sehban Azim’s Abhimanyu Razdan once again. Thankfully, Roma Bali in the role of his mom comes to the rescue.
Once again, there’s glimpses of Mumbai to show a scene switch. 50+ episodes later, we still wonder why.
Kishwer Merchant is still fab as Maya. Even if in brief roles, she nails her role.
The makers once again try to force romance between Asmita and Abhimanyu. This is beyond unappealing, especially at this point on the show.
Niyati gets better as Asmita but the makers tend to linger on for longer than required. This messes with her graph as an actor.
Puneet Tejwani re-enters as Peter. He has little to offer this time too.
With his entry, the episode comes to an end. There’s no cliffhanger ending but you do wonder what will happen next nonetheless.
As it comes closer to an end, Dear Ishq has very little left to offer. Drama is the main theme here and it ends to go overboard. The romance is definitely not left and that leaves you wondering about the title of the show once again.