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Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na… worth a watch!

Posted by Kokolicious on July 8th, 2008

Director: Abbas Tyrewala
Music: A R Rahman
Cast: Imran Khan, Genelia Dsouza, Ratna Pathak, Manjari Phadnis

Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na
Rating:  3 out of 5

Once again, you are going to face a romantic saga clad with teenager’s fun, mild but genuine humour, and sensitive but attractive screenplay. The smiling faces of the audience coming out from the auditoriums reveal that they have just experienced something very cool and pleasant.

Although, just like dozens of other Hindi movies the story of ‘Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na’ also revolves around an adorable gang of college going young boys and girls who enjoy their college days with fun, cheers and laughter.  There is a girl Aditi (Genelia D’Souza) and a guy Jai (Imran Khan), who are very good friends and honestly share all their feelings with each other. Aditi is a sensitive and short tempered girl and involves into fighting with any body, anywhere for small arguments. On other hand, Jai is a cool and calm guy who does not want to get involved into idle fighting. Even then, they are so closed to each other that every one in the group believes that they are made for each other.  Moreover, their respective parents also admit that Jai and Aditi are mutually attracted and wish to marry each other. This misunderstanding about their friendship is revealed when Aditi’s parents talk to them about marrying each other. Jai and Aditi decline their suggestion as according to both of them – they are not the right types for each other.

Both of them then agree upon finding the perfect mates for each other. Jai happens to meet a girl at a disco which he likes at the first instance and starts getting involved with her. This makes Aditi feeling jealous and isolated. After few days, Aditi also comes across a guy who is a strong and well built stud. But soon after some time both of them realize that the persons just came into their lives are not worth spending life with. And this sudden realization brings them closed again following a cliched woo at the airport by the hero, disturbing the airport security and ultimately occurrence of their reunion.

The typical friendship and love angle masala has been once again served to the viewers in a different packaging, which has already been portrayed in many a Bollywood movies like, Dil Chahta Hai, Kuchh Kuchh Hota Hai and Main Hoon Na. But here it is somehow different with a humourous touch like the ‘Ranjour ke Rathore’ at Rajasthan who becomes an eligible man when he beats someone, rides a horse, and gets into jail. All these conditions are also fulfilled by Jai by the end of the movie. The director Tyrewala has been successful in sticking the viewers to the chairs by pulling their attention to the big screen scene after scene.

The introduction of sub characters like Jai’s mother (Ratna Pathak Shah), a modern and friendly mother; two cow boys (Sohail khan and  Arbaaz Khan) parking their horses outside the discotheque; and an arrogant Police Inspector played by comic Paresh Raval has added elements of humour and diversity in the movie. The unique concept of Jai’s mother talking to the photo of her deceased husband (Nassiruddin Shah), though not original but is adding more humour and beauty to the film sequence. The movie has been able to collect the continuous attention of the audience. As the screenplay does not disconnect at any point of time hence it doesn’t let the audience feel bored throughout the movie. Though, at a time when the teens are very much career-focused, the story of Jai and Aditi concentrating on their life partners setting aside the career concerns seems away from the present context and reality.

The music of A.R. Rehman is quite impressive and songs like ‘Pappu’ and ‘Kabhi Kabhi Aditi’ are worth humming. The Character of ‘Jai’ has been very well played by Imran Khan. His acting skills are appreciable and carry genuine expressions never expressing the fact that it is his debut movie. But the role of ‘Aditi’ played by Genelia D’Souza has been quite moderate.

Overall, director of the movie Abbas Tyrewala has been successful in making the film more interesting and worth watching. So do visit your nearest theater if you want to see something different from the big budget flop movies. It’s refreshing!

5 Responses to “Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na… worth a watch!”

  1. mia Says:


    Thanks for the lovely review. I am planning to watch the movie this weekend, would let you know if my views differ :)


  2. asif Says:


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  5. sineesh Says:

    you rocks in indian film industry

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