Aisha Movie Review

Aisha (Hindi)

Release Date:
August 06, 2010

Aisha is a girl with a simple diktat - everyone's business is her business. Arjun is a boy with even a simpler set of beliefs - Aisha should mind her own business. Caught in the Delhi upper class world with its own set of social rules, Aisha navigates her world with a great sense of style and even greater optimism.

Caught in her web are her best friend Pinky, the small town girl Shefali, the west Delhi boy Randhir and the hunk Dhruv. Aisha will make sure everyone dances to her tune. And all Arjun wants to do is disentangle that web and get Aisha out of an impending sticky mess. Who will succeed and who will succumb? Welcome to Aisha's fabulous world where playing cupid is as easy as 123...if only that Arjun would stay out of her way!

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The leads aren’t all that they should’ve been, but the unhurried atmosphere around them makes for a moderately engaging diversion

The New Indian Express

Superficial and shallow like its protagonist, Aisha is a tiring film about a meddlesome, match-making millionaire

The same bummers meet over and over again, with little to say, or do. Littler makes sense. Or is even meant to

Hindustan Times

Aisha, quite often, gets caught up in a self-created tangle of brand-led vanity to ever let one get acquainted to its leading lady

Patchy writing and direction leads to the film feeling more like a string of episodes, of which only a few are lively and engaging

Indian Express

Aisha has the cosmetic trappings of a modern romcom or chick flick, but is painfully bereft of good cinematic moments and style

It’s a light, frothy weekend watch, the kind of film which disappears along with the popcorn in your tub

The Telegraph

What starts as a cheerful chick flick sadly ends up being a lame love story.


Watch Aisha for its simple storytelling. It’s also got the heart of a classic

Aisha is watchable for two factors mainly: Neat performances, especially by Sonam Kapoor and Amit Trivedi's super musical score.


Sweet love, substantial performances, super fun, slick 'n stylish, Aisha is a-ha stuff.

Times of India

Aisha doesn't have the perfect script in the least, but it has all that it takes to thoroughly enjoy a film

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