Ishkq in Paris

Ishkq in Paris

Do Ajnabi, Ek Raat, Sheher Paris. Akash (Rhehan Malliek) and Ishkq (Preity Zinta), two complete strangers, after having met on a train from Rome to Paris, end up spending the evening together in the romantic city. However, owing to a no baggage pact set by Ishkq, the two part ways the next morning without a proper goodbye. Ishkq, being the strong-headed independent girl, moves on, while Akash ends up falling for the girl he spent the evening with. They cross paths once again in Paris but will there be Ishkq In Paris?

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Ishkq in Paris torrent reviews

Heidi B (it) wrote: It would be a 5 star if the post office girl wasn't such a ... Cute movie. The details were well thought out and just great.

Dianna P (jp) wrote: Noam chomsky really is a true voice of reason!

Andrew R (gb) wrote: Subtle, impressive work by Breillat.

Nabl A (ru) wrote: not as good as the others, but still good for a laugh

Cayo H (au) wrote: An excellent satiric take on superheroes.....probably closer to reality than the usual ones!

Tom H (es) wrote: a decent and somewhat different western.

Shelby P (nl) wrote: Cute, but certainly not Clark Gable's best.

Senor C (mx) wrote: I should have saved this for Shocktober because it's a good Halloween movie. It's basic John Carpenter meets Tales from the Crypt w/ a really good cast. You get Robert Carradine as a serial killer in the first segment, Stacy Keach losing his hair & then becoming hairy as a Wookie in the 2nd, & Mark Hamill losing an eye & having it being replaced w/ a killers. Then you get a bevy of directors like Wes Craven, Sam Raimi & Roger Corman in cameos. Not quite Creepshow but definitely better then Tales From the Darkside.

Juli N (mx) wrote: Stellan Skarsgrd is so good at his craft I swear I'd swoon watching him taking out the trash!

Garrick D (it) wrote: Unusual, even within the "mumblecore" subgenre. I can't say I loved it, but there's a lot to like within it: the offbeat use of music, the telling observational character bits, the not-in-your-face commentary on technology as it pertains to relationships. Also: nudity! Plus, the adorably charming and wonderfully natural Tipper Newton. A tad slow, though, even by "mumblecore" standards.

Nick U (fr) wrote: 12/10/16 You TubeEducational, disturbing, scary, hopeful, uplifting and beautifully photographed. Thank God for the people who care and work hard to make the world know and care about our planet and the creatures who share it with us. Damn the people who contribute to the problem because of money and cultural ignorance.