Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na

Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na

Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na (translation: Whether you know... or not) is a 2008 Indian romantic comedy film, written and directed by Abbas Tyrewala. The film stars Imran Khan and Genelia D'Souza in pivotal roles. Produced by Mansoor Khan, Aamir Khan, it marks the directional debut of Abbas Tyrewala, the debut of Imran Khan (Aamir Khan's nephew) and Prateik Babbar as actors, and the re-appearance of D'Souza in Hindi cinema. Released on 4 July 2008, the film received positive reviews, and went on to become a Super Hit at the box office. The music is by A. R. Rahman.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:jealousy,   dream,   rat,  

Two best friends being convinced that they are not in love search for each other's love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na torrent reviews

Zeke P (au) wrote: So ridiculous and over the top, even for a Bollywood action film. And I'm pretty sure Singham commits more crimes shown in this film than the villain did - vigilante justice at its finest.

Farah R (br) wrote: Unclear, messy, and boring.


RB S (it) wrote: nope. not as good as Kiss the Girls.

Casey S (ca) wrote: Awesome movie! I love killer dolls. These dolls were so evil looking.

Leslie A (ca) wrote: Not one of Eastwood's better films. His performance is fine but he is stuck in an absurd plot and surrounded by a lot of overacting!

John R (au) wrote: i love this movie. it is the best ever bigfoot film. i saw it at a drive-in during the summer of 1976 which was the perfect time and place to watch this film. i was fourteen years old at the time. this film has a great cast. it has great characters. it has suspense. it has humor. the outstanding cast includes jack elam, dub taylor and bill thurman. the camera work is by the legendary dean cundey (halloween, 1978). this is the perfect drive-in movie. this is the perfect big foot/skunk ape movie.

David F (gb) wrote: This is justly regarded as a classic. It' funny, human, relatable, and insightful with a smidgen of cinematic experimentation.

John R (es) wrote: 161117: 21st Bond Film. Though watched piecemeal, Casino Royale struck me as one of the better Bond films I've seen. Once again stretching the capability of the human body, Daniel Craig's James Bond at least seemed a little more human. Vesper Lynd (Eva Green) appealed to my sensibilities and I liked some of the other characters and set locations. There is some beautiful scenery in this film but also a lot going on. It took a review of Wikipedia afterwards to comprehend all that had occurred but this is likely my weakness and may not be yours. For one of the first times, looking forward to the next Bond film and seeing how well Craig represents. Based upon my prior reviews of this historically frustrating franchise, I'm giving this film 3.5 stars.

D G (gb) wrote: Interesting enough plot. A little plodding here and there but an atmosphere suited to the story. I basically agree with the critics but still gave it a lesser rating. Maybe there was a sort of weird copycat sort of feel when I think about the old guy Little Alex crippled in A clockwork Orange. I almost wanted him to say loudly and abruptly, "MORE WINE?!"

D J (it) wrote: Clearly thought provoking. A movie that left me wondering what would happen if physics ruled our positions in life instead of emotions and money. I enjoyed it the first time and watched it a couple more times seeing things I missed.

Arthur S (gb) wrote: Interesting take on the end of the world scenario.

Jodi G (nl) wrote: Was expecting a superficial chick flick; it was so much better than that. Maybe the bad reviews are because those individuals hadn't experienced loss that broke them. Maybe they wanted sex instead of relationship. Or maybe there's something wrong with me, because I cried and was inspired and was impressed that the characters were more than one-dimensional stereotypes.