One way or the other, the topic of ‘Ishq’ has a solid association with the present society. Coordinated by debutant Anuraj Manohar, the film lambasts the social frames of mind of people for the sake of ethical quality, and it wonderfully exhibits how the term ‘profound quality’ strays from its genuine sense to the risky shade of misrepresentation. Anuraj’s endeavor to depict the childish attitude of the general public in issues like love and relationship has a decent effect yet the content uncovered its inadequacies in specific parts.
Kochi-based Sachi moniker Sachidanandan, played by Shane Nigam, arrives in a dubious circumstance with his darling Vasudha (Ann Sheetal) when they set off from Kottayam to Ernakulam. Vasudha is an undergrad in Kottayam while Sachi is working in an IT firm in Kochi. When the arrangements for his sister’s (Swasika) commitment are going on at his home, Sachi enlists his companion’s vehicle and goes to Kottayam to meet Vasudha.
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The sweethearts happily make the most of their time and keeping in mind that driving around evening time, them two ended up buried in a chaotic circumstance unexpectedly. Really, the confusion on roadside wrenches up the pressure. Be that as it may, some of the time you will in general get some information about the escape clauses in those scenes. Shane impeccably mixes with the character by emoting splendidly the anxiety and urgency of the young. Ann successfully sparkles past her space as a champion and she supports the nobility of the character till the end.
Ratheesh Ravi’s screenplay echoes the tensions we got from Sanal Kumar Sasidharan’s ‘S Durga’, which had the blasting BGM having its influence as a figure of speech. In the event that Sanal’s film was a mirror held against the present public activity, ‘Ishq’ advances an answer absorbed the rage of the hero. The idea of good policing is treated furiously and the surprising finish declares the position of Vasudha. Sachi’s worry about his sweetheart after the ‘prisoner’ dramatization during the evening unwinds the brain science of a man’s psyche.
With his unpretentious villainy, Shine Tom Chacko’s Alvin exceeds expectations in making swells of panic among the crowd. The two men, including Jaffer Idukki, give a nerve racking background to the youths at midnight. Strangely, the seeker and prey change positions like in a compensation recipe and it’s a fascinating scene with regards to “Ishq’.