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Times of India
A heartbroken youngster sets out to find his lady love and ends us experiencing the true meaning of life, through hardships.
Behold everyone! MSG and its sequels have a tough competitor. The name is Love Icon and we still can’t figure out why it’s named so.
Basically, it is the story of a guy named Aikkyaaksh who is in search of Sana, the lady he loves. Sana has been missing for a while and our hero doesn’t know where she is and why she has left him. Well, maybe she saw the film. Anyway, our actor, director, music director, cinematographer, singer and lyricist Aikkyaaksh (yes, he's all that) sets out to find her. In the process, he loses all his money, turns into a part-time vigilante, suffers from mental illness, sings and dances, even though most of this is hardly related to his task.
Why this film was made in the first place is a big question. Also, calling it a film is questionable. Love Icon is more like a tedious recital of some of the worst couplets ever written. The lead actor sails through the one and a half hours of running time without moving a facial muscle. Besides him, the only known face in the film is Rajpal Yadav, in a cameo, and that tells us a lot about this film.
Have you been to a movie wherein you ended up admiring the beauty of the cinema hall, the comfort of the chairs and the cool AC breeze? If you haven’t, Love Icon is your chance to experience it!