One line Review: The tale of two youngsters who get into a no strings attached kind of relationship only to fall in true love.
Positive Points: The chemistry of the lead pair is enthralling. The story line is executed aptly making it an entertaining affair. The run time of the film is perfect thanks to the tight editing. The songs are a delight.
Negative Points: There are portions which seem unreal and a way too Bollywoodish. Also, the plot is extremely predictable and has no fresh story to narrate.
Tara (Shraddha Kapoor) and Adi (Aditya Roy Kapur) meet in an impromptu circumstance where Tara is trying to commit suicide while fighting with her boyfriend and Adi tries to save her. Destiny plays the magic trick ... full Plot
An adorable, fresh and breezy rehash of Mani Ratnam's 2015 multiplex hit O KADHAI KANMANI (Oh Love, Apple of my Eye), Shaad Ali's OK JAANU is a harmless tribute to his mentor/guru - Mani Ratnam's 'playing safe' return to mainstream recognition. How much it 'figures out' for Shaad after the KILL DIL debacle and JHOOM BARABAR JHOOM that failed to make the required 'dhoom' needs to be seen.More »
Director Shaad Ali is back with OK Jaanu, a remake of Mani Ratnam's Tamil hit OK Kanmani. His last directorial outing, Kill Dil, was an unmitigated debacle. OK Jaanu marks the return of Shraddha Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapur as the lead pair after three years (Aashiqui 2), and their chemistry is one of the main draws of the film.More »
OK JAANU is a love story about a young couple's live-in relationship and the ups and downs that they face in their respective lives. The film starts off with the 'alighting' of Aditya Gunjal aka Adi (Aditya Roy Kapur) and the 'suicidal threat' of Tara Agnihotri (Shraddha Kapoor). As luck would have it, these two rank strangers (Adi and Tara) bump into each other at a common friend's wedding and hit off from there. Right from the word go, both, Adi and Tara are extremely clear about what they want from their respective lives.More »