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Trivia / Goofs
Times of India
Cousins Rumzum (Sneha Ullal) and Suhani (Mugdha Godse) are thick as thieves. The beer-loving, party girl Suhani gets engaged to Swagat (Nishant Malkani), who falls for the simplicity of Rumzum instead. Who gets the boy?
Tragic love stories loaded with sacrifices, obligations and heartbreak...once in a while, a film comes along which reminds you that some people are still stuck in the 80's time warp. The makers of Bezubaan Ishq certainly are. Their concept is ghastly outdated and the television soap opera-esque execution yawn-worthy. To add to the drama in the jaded love triangle, you are told Suhani suffers from a rare disorder that make her faint every time she gets angry.
Supporting characters speak in weird accents and their appearance and disappearance make no difference to the plot. Slow-mo dream sequences pretty much form the whole story. Speaking of the lead actors, Ullal barely speaks and the hero is over-expressive. Godse is decent but she has nothing substantial to do.
Bezubaan Ishq looks like an unintentional spoof of dated romantic films. The animation used in the last scene will crack you up!
'Bezubaan Ishq' is the comeback film of actress Sneha Ullal of 'Lucky: No Time for Love' fame. She made news for her resemblance with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan when she made her debut in 2004.