Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na (2008)
What with it being Aamir Khan’s co-production, his nephew Imran Khan’s debut film, Genelia D’Souza’s comeback and Abbas Tyrewala’s first directorial venture, Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na appears to be a huge stab in the dark, at first glance. However, the movie was welcomed by critics as well as Bollywood fans. The refreshing romantic plot along with an ensemble caste brings a film with a whole new dimension.
With brand new sounds composed by A. R. Rahman and characters etched to perfection, Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na’s youthful and unassuming tale about a bunch of friends couldn’t be more realistic is it tried. A story about two friends who fail to see that they are actually in love with one another brings with it the fun and cuteness of jealousy, longing and, above all, humour. Although not short of clich