Karisma Kapoor is back after a long break from Bollywood. And her return movie spans across ages, and many “punar-janams”. From the promos, she looks lost and in search of her long lost love. With supporting acts Jimmy Shergill, Rajniesh Duggal and Divya Dutta, does Lolo’s comeback vehicle take off, or hit rock-bottom? Is the 3D worth the price, and most importantly, what’s so dangerous about this Ishhq? Let’s find out with what the critics say.
Daily Bhaskar: Rating: 3 Stars / 5
Overall, with Dangerous Ishhq, Karisma Kapoor is back with her new innings as a powerful actor, who can prove to be troublesome for the reigning Bollywood beauties.
Rediff, Puja Banta: Rating: 1 Star / 5
So here’s a plea to all filmmakers — regressive or progressive — for the sake of Indian cinema and its viewers, Mirabai and Dr Brian Weiss should be kept as far away from each other as possible.
DNA, Blessy Chettiar: Rating: 1 Star / 5
‘Just what did I do in my past life that I had to endure this nonsense of epic proportions?’
Zee News: Rating: 1 Star / 5
‘Dangerous Ishhq’ looks like a hilarious spoof on Dr Brian Weiss book rendered in a 3D format. Trust…if you watch this film, you will swear never to watch 3D ever again.
Bollywood Hungama, Taran Adarsh: Rating: 1.5 Stars / 5
On the whole, DANGEROUS ISHHQ is no patch on Vikram Bhatt’s earlier achievements. This fantasy-driven film is an epic disappointment!
Seems like this movie has been more of a disappointment than anything else. Have you seen it yet, or would you be daring enough to watch this over the weekend? Let us know in the comments section below.