An ex-army man, leading a double life in London, must choose between his wife and muse. Jab Tak Hai Jaan movie is a love triangle,and also marks the return of Yash Chopra as a director after eight years. In Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Shahrukh Khan plays the character of Samar who is an angry, unforgiving, with loads of emotional baggage. His role will span two ages, one in his late twenties as a musician based in London and the other at an older age as an introverted, composed, dutiful army officer in Kashmir. Katrina as Meera play as a seductress, an unattainable beauty. And Anushka as Akira who is 21 year old and works for Discovery Channel and makes documentaries.
After finding and losing his true love in London, Samar Anand defies death by becoming a bomb disposal expert for the Indian Army. Returning to London after 10 years, he suffers amnesia after an accident. Will he be reunited with his love? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
bill b (us) wrote: why masterpiece? many short stories about violence...but thats all
Douglas J (es) wrote: Kelly brooks earns one of the stars but not for acting...
Horace C (ru) wrote: Simply the best HK film of 2009
Asif K (nl) wrote: not interested at all ...........
Wyatt A (fr) wrote: A great movie that I would watch over and over again, but you must see it as a comedy not a horror film.
Armando P (fr) wrote: Why did they decided to make a sequel?
Guido S (ru) wrote: I watched this once and couldn't get through it. Tried it again and I was able to finish it, but it was not that good. A few people are brought to a mansion party and spend a lot of the first part talking to each other, but that wasn't all that interesting. It didn't really pick up until the duck hunting part about halfway through and I still stuck around to see if it would pick up and it did, just not enough for me to enjoy it. Maybe if it cut out parts before the hunt, I might have liked it more. A pretty solid cast, but wasn't enough to keep me interested throughout.
Gina M (ag) wrote: "True love cannot be found where it does not truly exist, Nor can it be hidden where it truly does."
Josh M (de) wrote: The gore and creativity is great. This is Pinhead's biggest role and it is done well. However, the script and acting need work. Besides Pinhead many of the other character's conversations were idiotic and unbelievable.
Doug F (au) wrote: It took a while for me to work out what this film was about, but it turned out to be a worthwhile viewing. It follows Benoit, a young teenager in a rural Quebec winter. The film is really about a discovery of masculinity, with the conflict residing mostly in his view of the other characters. Check it out if you have an interest in Canadian cinema or sad character pieces.
Luke H (ca) wrote: Another carry on film, this one tells the tale of the Helping hands business which helps people out by doin odds and sods depending on what you need to be done.
Christian D (nl) wrote: This movie went by too fast. Slow down. The ending saved it but nowhere close to perfection
Joshua L (kr) wrote: As people strive to stay connected through mass-media and mass-transit, the opposite can also occur: apathy and alienation often increase and human beings become sardines packed into cramped containers. Metropia approaches the topic of isolation through technology and the manipulation of advertisements more boldly than most. An under-appreciated film.