ISHQIYA HINDI

ISHQIYA HINDI

Ishqiya





Cast :
Naseeruddin Shah, Vidya Balan, Arshad Warsi, Salman Shahid, Adil Hussain, Rajesh Sharma, Anupama Kumar, Gauri Mala, Master Alok Kumar, Anisha Bano, Jai Singh
Director :Abhishek Chaubhey
Producer :Vishal Bhardwaj and Raman Maroo
Genre :Crime
Release Date :29-1-2010
Synopsis
Two thieves, Khalujan (Naseeruddin Shah) and Babban (Arshad Warsi), feeling frustrated with the lives they are leading under their ruthless ganglord Mushtaq (Salman Shahid), they steal the sum of 25 lakhs from him to flee to their home and not remain slaves to the system they are working under. On being caught by Mushtaq they manage a narrow escape right under his nose along with the money, thus bruising his ego greatly.

Being on the run for their lives, they seek refuge with an old friend, and instead meet his widow, Krishna (Vidya Balan). She leads a dull and lonely life of a widow. 

With the coming of Khalujan and Babban there is new energy and enthusiasm that enters her life. Krishna's youthfulness and serenity starts to flower again.

Khalujan builds a deep amount of respect and love for her, to which she responds in a positive manner. Babban on the other hand eyes her with lust. There is a breath of fresh air in the lives of the three as in each other they find a vent to forget the past and find joy in every moment.

This fantasyland is suddenly disrupted as Mushtaq discovers the location of the two. They are again forced to delve back into their past ways in order to protect their lives. Being a gangster's wife, a new side of Krishna comes to light, a master in her husband's criminal ways. She is the only route for the two to get out of trouble.

As we ride along this dangerous territory, the situations lead Babban and Krishna to celebrate moments of intimacy, thus summing up to become a clash of emotion between the three.

Skeletons from the Krishna's past which were locked up till this moment; bounce back and affect the crime they are committing, creating a clash between love & trust on one side and crime & deceit on the other.

Set in a rural landscape, Ishqiya explores basic human emotions as influenced by desire, greed and revenge.


Ishqiya Music Review: Bahut Accha Hai Ji!

Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji is one of my favourite songs of the year. 

There, I said it, so early in 2010. But when was the last time you heard an accordion on a film soundtrack? Takes me back to the film Gora Aur Kala, where an aging Rajendra Kumar is serenading a tousled Lady Godiva – Hema Malini with Ek Na Ek Din Yeh Kahani Banegi,which Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji has the same tempo of. What about the Jiflourish in the end? It’s vintage Raj Kapoor. He’s the original Ji-master, since way back in the film Sangam,where he harps on an accordion, tuning in to Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega. Or even before, in his Shree 420 days,Main theek hoon ji, compressed through an accordion - the tramp who stole our hearts with that one-man-band instrument. Vishal Bhardwaj – the composer - brings back floods of memories of the past in this first track of Ishqiya. If there is a melody equivalent of memento mori – this is it. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan gives the track a moment of eternity, just the way he pronounces 'Safed' (white) as 'Safaid'.Allah, bahut accha hai ji!

Ibn-E-Batuta refers to the Moroccan scholar of the 1300s, who traveled world over and wrote the Rihla (Voyage) which describes his excursions to the far ends of the world. Gulzar saab has taken his name in good faith to kickstart the journey of two petty outlaws – Arshad Warsi and Naseeruddin Shah – for whom Sukhwinder and Mika give the track a Mast Maula appendage with their vocal gesticulations. This, in return, is showing on-screen, how the actors have interpreted the song with the pigeon calls - ‘chuurrrs’ and ‘phurrrs’. Although this is a road song, try not to play this ominous track in your chhotu-motu gaddi.Gulzar saab says, ‘Agle modh pe maut khadi haiarre marne ki bhi kya jaldi hai…’Ahem, koi jaldi nahi, life should not end in churr-phurr. Horn, ok, please, to this foot-tapping fundoo number.

What is a Vishal Bhardwaj soundtrack without biwi Rekha’s rustic stitch in time?In Ab Mujhe Koi, you can actually sense her knitting a portrait of memory with Gulzar saab’s poetry. The song has an idyllic charm and is played out in the simple riffs of a guitar, tempering her scales as if she was the instrument herself. Badi Dheere Jali's sarangi strain allows her to escape into a spiritual mode. This song is loaded with freewheeling images of smoke and fire, and she delivers with aplomb the slow burn of a hypnotic trance.

Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji has a remix and Ibn-E-Batuta two. Stick to the originals.

Composer
 – Vishal Bhardwaj

Lyrics – Gulzar

Singers – Rekha Bhardwaj, Sukhwinder Singh, Mika, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Label – T-Series

Stars - 4

Track List :
01 – Dil To Bachcha Hai [Rahat Fateh Ali Khan]
02 – Ibn-E-Batuta [Sukhwinder Singh & Mika]
03 – Ab Mujhe Koi [Rekha Bhardwaj]
04 – Badi Dheere Jali [Rekha Bhardwaj]
05 – Dil To Bachcha Hai (Remix) [Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Clinton Cerejo]
06 – Ibn-E-Batuta (Nucleya Remix) [Sukhwinder Singh & Mika]
07 – Ibn-E-Batuta (Remix) [Sukhwinder Singh & Mika]




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