Review,preview of Jab Tak Hai Jaan


Filmmaker Yash Chopra's final masterpiece, 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan', starring Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma has released all over on the occasion of Diwali, November 13.
The movie written by Yash Chopra's son Aditya Chopra is stick, stylish and high on acting and romance.

Cast: SRK (last seen in Don 2, 2011), Katrina Kaif (last seen in Ek Tha Tiger) and Anushka Sharma (last seen in Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl, 2011).

Its a movie that whole about pure romance. As we saw in 'kal ho na ho','dilwala dulhaniya lejaayige' SRK is back with his romantic face...

'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' is a love saga in two periods. The film revolves around Samar Anand (Shah Rukh Khan). In his early twenties, Samar lives in London and is a musician. He falls in love with Khushi (Katrina Kaif). But Khushi who just take Samar as a friend rejected his proposal. The heartbroken Samar then leaves London and relocated in India where he becomes an Army officer.Here he meets Akira (Anushka Sharma), a 21-year-old aspiring documentary filmmaker, and falls in love once again.

The film with a lots of emotiona baggage is shot in London and Kashmir.

The simple thoughts with the twist and turns are amazing in the film.

The screenplay of 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' has been written by Aditya Chopra and Devika Bhagat and it is produced under Yash Raj Films banner with a budget of 50 crore.

The music of the film is composed by A.R Rehman and lyrics by Gulzar. The songs in 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' will leave an emotional impact on the viewer.

The movie is directed by Yash Chopra, who breated his last in Mumbai on October 21. He was suffering from Dengue.
Shah Rukh Khan is back with his lover boy image and did justice to the character. Katrina kaif and Anushka Sharma are also convincing in the film.

For the memory of Director: Late Yash Chopra 
The veteran filmmaker last stepped behind the camera for Veer Zaara in 2004. He passed away on October 21 this year, days before he planned to shoot one last song for Jab Tak Hai Jaan (JTJH).
Music: AR Rahman
The soundtrack is far from memorable. You’d expect songs like ‘Challa’ and ‘Saans’ from anyone, but AR Rahman. All in all, the maestro seems to have produced a disappointing album with this film’s soundtrack.
Ajay Devgn’s decision to approach the Competition Commission to speak up against YRF’s claim on more screens for its release helped JTHJ grab some eyeballs too. The film has also been banned in Pakistan for the some irrelevant reason. 

JTHJ promises oodles of romance and emotions. Trade pundits have predicted that the two films will join Bollywood's growing club of Rs 100 crore grossers. The movies have been in the news for a while.
Along with their extensive promotions across the country, they have grabbed headlines for a legal issue regarding the screen space allotted to them. Ajay Devgn Films (ADF) filed a legal complaint against Yash Raj Films (YRF) alleging malpractice in connection with the clash of both the releases. ADF claimed YRF used its dominant position in the industry to ask exhibitors to dedicate more screens to JTHJ instead of SOS. It would be interesting to see how the films fare at the box office.
YRF has claimed to book less than 1,500 single screens out of the 10,500-plus single screens available on an all-India basis for JTHJ, and it will reportedly release the movie on 600 to 650 screens overseas.
Produced by Aditya Chopra, JTHJ has reportedly been made at a budget of Rs 50 crore. The trailers of the movie have the Yash Chopra trademark of scenic foreign locations, candyfloss romance, heart-warming emotions, some thought-provoking lyrics and poetry and, last but not the least, glamorous wardrobe.
There was already a strong buzz around the movie as it marked Yash Chopra's comeback as a director after eight years. But his sudden death Oct 21, following dengue, has spread even a stronger buzz. It is, after all, his last film. But SOS doesn't seem to be giving it an easy fight.
Directed by Ashwni Dhir, the film is a remake of Telugu movie 'Maryada Ramanna', which in itself is a remake of the 1923 American silent movie 'Our Hospitality'. The cast of the film boasts of names like Sanjay Dutt, Juhi Chawla and Sonakshi Sinha. In terms of cost, it is reportedly costlier with Rs 80 crore budget and will hit 350 screens in the overseas market. So, expect fireworks at the box office this festive season.

Katrina Kaif, Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma have been going about town talking to every publication and media outlet to keep the buzz going. Probably because they realised the first look of the film (a poster with a long, boring poem printed on it) only inspired a series of Twitter jokes and no curiosity.
There is no denying that all those who enjoy this brand of Bollywood will make it a point to watch this one. But for anyone who would judge a film purely on the basis of its promos, this one is far from enticing. It will bag nominations in every 
possible category because it can. The fact that Son Of Sardaar is the other 
available option just might help JTHJ achieve 
super-duper hit status.
Surely it will be a big hit in the carrer of SRK and JTHJ crew.........

Verdict so far:

If my prediction goes right from what I've seen so far, Jab Tak Hai Jaan is sure a masterpiece and a true Yash Chopra movie, with all the love elements in it. Shot in exotic foreign locations, JTHJ gives us a beautiful and larger than life picture.The movie has lived up to my expectations so far and hope to watch out the same till the climax.
Verdict on peformances:
Shahrukh Khan doesn't need any verdict when it comes to his acting skills. Our king is back with a bang, courtesy his lover boy image. Khan does justice is his role, while Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma too are quite convincing.
We'll be back with more newses in comming days, so, till then, stay tuned.

Thanks to:Serena Menon

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