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Bollywood Movie Review "Ishkq In Paris"

by Lehren 1:39 mins

Bollywood actress Preity Zinta,will sizzle on the silver screen after 4 long years. Along with her mom, Preity has started a production house. Ishkq in Paris is their first movie as producers. Preity and newcomer Rhehan Malleik sure make a cute pair. Check out the reveiw of Ishkq In Paris Review Now.

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