Ok Jaanu Movie Review – Fadduz presents the OK Jaanu movie review given by top Indian Hindi film critics like Rajeev Masand on CNN News18, Taran Adarsh on Bollywood Hungama, Komal Nahata, Raja Sen on Rediff, Kamal R Khan, Anupama Chopra, Meena Iyer on Times of India, Shubhra Gupta on Indianexpress, and Saibal Chatterjee on NDTV Movies.
Ok Jaanu Movie Star Cast – Aditya Roy Kapur, Shraddha Kapoor, Leela Samson, Naseeruddin Shah.
OK Jaanu Movie Story – Adi is a young game designer from Lucknow who dreams of emigrating to the US and living the American dream. At a chance encounter during his friend’s wedding, he meets Tara. She is a recent architecture school graduate working in an architecture firm. She dreams of going to Paris to pursue higher education. The cheerful banter soon gives way to a conversation where both Adi and Tara realize that they strongly feel that marriage isn’t for them and move in together until the time they go their separate ways when career comes calling. With only 10 days left and parting imminent, Adi & Tara are forced to confront some matters of the heart.
Ok Jaanu Movie Review
1.) Rating:2.5/5. Review by Gulf News
It’s disappointing to see a man of Mani Ratnam’s calibre pen a story that loses its plot as it keeps presenting the same thing over and over again in slightly different settings. Yes, we get that Adi (Aditya Roy Kapur) and Tara (Shraddha Kapoor) are discovering their feelings for each other and the song and dance in the rain is all necessary. But Ali could have easily established that in three scenes rather than using the entire first half of the film — and then carrying on the humdrum after the interval. Moreover, Kapur and Kapoor are nothing like the ardent lovers from Aashiqui 2. The spark we witnessed between the actors in the other film seems to have been doused by the rain in this one.
2.) Rating:3.5/5. Review by Nihit Bhave on Times of India
Throughout the movie, Adi (Aditya Roy Kapur) and Tara (Shraddha Kapoor) seem to be running after trains or buses in motion, barely getting in before it’s too late – a great metaphor for the love lives of people of today’s generation.
3.) Rating: 3/5. Review by Economic times Indiatimes
In spite of its Pros, one can’t deny that unsure young lovers and their battle with commitment phobia are a tired topic, to begin with. Moreover, if you’ve seen the original Tamil film, it’ll get tedious after a while, knowing exactly what’s coming next.