Aisa Yeh Jahaan | Movie Review 28 Jul 2015   844


Star Cast: Dr Palash Sen, Ira Dubey, Prisha Dabas, Kymsleen Kholie, Tinnu Anand, Yashpal Sharma
Direction: Biswajeet Bora
Genre: Family
Duration: 2 hours 10 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India (TOI):

Managing to find warmth in the fast-paced life of Mumbai is often a cumbersome feat. But, Aisa Yeh Jahaan presents you with the story of a young Assamese couple who overcome the perils of Mumbai’s metropolitan culture and revives love, familial bond and
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The makers describe it as India’s first carbon neutral feature film. As the filming process ends up messing up places, the makers decided to plant hundreds of trees as compensation to qualify for the tag. Though it supports the ‘save the environment’ cause, it is also about Assam
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Hindustan Times:

Aisa Yeh Jahaan is a film with good intentions that totally fails to deliver. Palash Sen (the front man of Euphoria) is Rajib, a suburban office-goer juggling the pressures of work and a rather materialistic wife, Ananya (played by Ira Dubey)
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The Indian Express:

This film, which calls itself ‘India’s first carbon neutral film’, and which wants to talk up ecology and conservation, and the joys of going-back-to-nature, has a nice premise. But its execution is amateurish.
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It’s hard to root for Aisa Yeh Jahaandespite its beautiful concept, says Paloma Sharma. Biswajeet Bora’s directorial debut, Aisa Yeh Jahaan, brings to the silver screen a conversation that we, as a society, have been in desperate need of for a while.
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