The 2012 Bollywood film Aisha is being played on Viki.
Aisha (Hindi: आईशा) is a 2010 Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Rajshree Ojha and starring Sonam Kapoor and Abhay Deol in the lead roles. The film was released on 6 August 2010.The film is a modern day adaptation of the 1815 British novel, Emma by Jane Austen, a ‘comedy of manners’ set in the upper class society of Delhi, India. Aisha is a girl with a simple problem – she has to take others problems into her own hands; and match-making amongst her friends in particular.
After successfully arranging the marriage of her aunt, Aisha thinks she is a modern Cupid.
Aisha is a girl with a simple problem she has to take others problems into her own hands and match-making amongst her friends in particul. Aisha is an adaption of jane austen’s classic novel, “Emma”.
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Posted: Tuesday March 27, 2012 @4:18 p.m. PST
One may accuse the makers of Hate Story to be going a little overboard here but prod them on and they seem to be quite serious about the comparisons being made. If the unabashed erotic content put on display by debutant Paoli Dam for HATE STORY wasn’t enough then here is more.
As per director Vivek Agnihotri, she is – hold your breath – the next Kajol in the making and would soon establish her presence as an actress par excellence who won’t be restricting herself to only those films that are abound with skin show and foul language.
”Vivek’s confidence in her stems from the fact that he has seen her award winning work in Bengali cinemas as well and is totally astounded by the range she has shown so far,” says an assistant of the director, ”When the initial talks were on, he point blank asked her if she was willing to stand naked in front of the camera.
The moment she nodded in affirmation without any questions asked, Vivek knew that here was one actress who boasted of a universal cosmopolitan mindset. Though there are many girls willing to drop their clothes, it is rare to find someone who is extremely talented and yet so uninhibited about nudity.”
While one continues to be amazed with the comparisons being made, especially since Kajol has seldom been known to drop clothes, Paoli’s director is unstoppable by this time.
Says Vivek, ”The point I am making is about confidence and attitude, not skin show. For such actresses, after a point you don’t just care about their physicality; instead you see their eyes and know there and then how they are performing on a scene.
This is the reason why Kajol and Madhuri are the milestone actresses and now Paoli too is up there. She was always acclaimed as an actress in Bengal; now she would be popular on an all-India level.”