Aashiqui 2 (2013) *HQ*

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So we have a rockstar Rahul Jaykar aka RJ (Aditya Roy Kapur) who has tasted enough success and is already spiraling downwards courtesy is undying addiction to alcohol and an inexplicable detest of fame. His wayward ship finds shore in a bar where he first hears Arohi (Shraddha Kapoor) croon one of his superhit numbers.

Cupid strikes and he takes a task upon himself to build a career for Arohi. She becomes successful much too soon but doesn’t let the fame get to her. Her focus clearly remains on her lover RJ while his entirely on his alcohol. You then see a sudden spurt of career interest in him only to find that he has lost his voice courtesy the spurious drinking and his ego starts pinching him to see the rise of Arohi and his downfall. Alcohol takes over once again and the film centers around it right till the end.

The Bhatt camp is known for making complicated love stories, but Aashiqui 2 takes the cake. The director doesn’t seem too interested in explaining why Rahul seems hell-bent on drinking his way to an early grave and the audience is kept wondering till the very end about what is it that makes him have a death wish (atleast with Devdas, we knew the reasons behind his alcoholism).

Moreover, after realizing that his heart beats for Arohi, Rahul doesn’t think about turning over a new leaf like any self-respecting hero would, but instead chooses to push her away so as to not ruin her life (ever heard about rehab camps, Mr. Director?). Frankly, this reviewer couldn’t figure out what the entire drama was about, especially when the reasons behind Rahul’s alcoholic tendencies were not made clear at all. Like mentioned earlier, the film seemed more like a musical documentary made about the evils of alcohol abuse than a love story.

The second half too keeps dragging on for quite some time and some editing would have surely reduced the severity of our ‘hangover’. Moreover, the chemistry between the lead actors is more like that of a mentor and a protégé than lovers.

To add to the agony you have two incompetent actors. For a character that remains largely intoxicated for most parts of the film, Aditya Roy Kapur appears extremely sober, wooden faced and incongruous. Shraddha Kapoor although appearing extremely pretty in the film, too fails to deliver as an actress. The Bhatt favourite Shaad Randhawa finds himself repeating his Awarapan act this time around too as the best friend/ally to the male lead. Mahesh Thakur doesn’t get much scope to perform and Salil Acharya also repeated in a similar role as that of Awarapan gets wasted.

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