Aisa Yeh Jahaan (2015)

Hindi Romance, Action
Critics Score
19%
Total Reviews: 16
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: Well meaning, but Aisa Yeh Jahaan just fails to connect with the audience

Average Critic Rating: (1.97)
Cast: Dr. Palash Sen , Ira Dubey , Kymsleen Kholie , Yashpal Sharma , Tinu Anand , Carol Gracias , Saurabh Pandey , Bishnu Khargharia
Director: Biswajeet Bora
Release Date: 24 Jul 2015
Est. Budget: 1.0 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 0.5 CR

Plot: The film is set in Mumbai. It depicts the relationship between a husband and wife, the ever growing human detachment with nature and people’s attitude towards the physiology of a child’s growth which is portrayed in a lighthearted yet satirical fashion.[3] Rajib, works for a multinational company and is far apart Read more

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Aisa Yeh Jahaan - Top Reviews

Amatuerish execution
Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
Sketchy but heartfelt!
Sonia Chopra, Sify
Palash Sen's fan would recommend them to watch his old video's on internet and stay far far away from this boring world of Mr & Mrs Saikia.Now, enjoy
Divya Solgama, MovieZadda
Well-meaning but disjointed family drama
Rachit Gupta, FilmFare
The film will touch you surely, but the overall effect doesn't suffice as anything much to write home about.
Mohar Basu, Times of India

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Aisa Yeh Jahaan - All Reviews

Aisa Yeh Jahaan is quaint and leaves the audience with several striking questions towards the end. Weaving several issues together, director Biswajeet Bora has spun a fine yarn with the film. It is also India’s first carbon-neutral film- the crew have planted 400 saplings around the country, making up for carbon emission during the production of the film
Shlomoh Samuel, Book My Show
It beautifully depicts the Assamese culture but the storyline falls flat
Akshay Kaushal, IBN Live
It's hard to root for Aisa Yeh Jahaan despite its beautiful concept
Paloma Sharma, REDIFF
This film has been made with heart, but desperately tries to weave in the commercial elements when you have model Carol Gracias suddenly pop up in an item number
Shaheen Parkar, Mid-Day
Aisa Yeh Jahaan did have promise. It has a heart too. But that's rarely enough. Not in this case. Bora's debut film falls short of possibilities by quite a margin. What it becomes is a rather half-baked, average fare.
Shishir Gautam, Nowrunning
As a cinematic experience this film is wanting but as a promotional for a more greener, carbon neutral environment, this film does manage to get it’s point across!
Johnson Thomas, Free Press Journal
The message is clear — go plant trees, as many as you can, but at the end of this movie, you will want to plan a trip to Assam and buy those colourful, handwoven Mekhela chador, the local sari-like garb.
JAGRAN
A Good Intention Movie With a Bad Approach
Just Bollywood
Aisa Yeh Jahaan is quaint and leaves the audience with several striking questions towards the end. Weaving several issues together, director Biswajeet Bora has spun a fine yarn with the film. It is also India’s first carbon-neutral film- the crew have planted 400 saplings around the country, making up for carbon emission during the production of the film.
BookMyShow
This is a half baked film
Mihir Fadnavis, Hindustan Times
Carbon or without, this one is a must-ditch.
Kunal Guha, Mumbai Mirror