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Jaswinder Singh otherwise known as Jazz (Saif Ali Khan) is a 40-something man who has faith in flying solo throughout everyday life. On being tested by somebody on his great single presence, he gladly shouts, “Sher hoon principle Sher…aur Sher tab tak raja hota hai..jab tak akela rehta hai.”
A land intermediary by day and a bad-to-the-bone hard core partier around evening time, Jazz invests the majority of his energy playing with women and connecting with them.
Be that as it may, his uber cool way of life hits a barricade when a young lady named Tia (Alaya F) cases to be his organic little girl from an excursion which he had during his school years. While Jazz is reluctant to acknowledge his paternity, things take a fascinating turn when Tia is found to be pregnant with her ex Rohan’s child. The remainder of the film spins around how the dad girl team battle to adapt up to the new advancements in their lives.
Saif Ali Khan is back in his usual range of familiarity. He overflows appeal and abundance however a similar time, additionally carries a specific weakness to his character. Directly from his tight T-shirts with musical gang logos to his red and white pinstriped shower robe, the entertainer and his swag is on point. Saif is by all accounts having some good times while assuming the job of Jazz and the enchantment deciphers on the big screen also.
Debutante Alaya F makes a certain presentation and holds her own in any event, when she is sharing screen space with prepared on-screen characters like Saif Ali Khan and Tabu. The little youngster looks encouraging and has the sparkle and spunk to make an imprint in the business.
Indeed, even in her restricted screen space, Tabu as a free-lively bohemian addict stimulates your clever bone with her funny rebounds conveyed with a straight face.
Kubbra Sait as a youthful divorced person paying special mind to some old school love, also sneaks up all of a sudden and has made some charming scenes with Saif in the film. Kumud Mishra and Chunky Panday plays their parts well.
Much the same as its name Jawaani Jaaneman, this Saif Ali Khan-Alaya F-Tabu starrer has a youthful vibe and its heart in the opportune spot. Superlative exhibitions combined with some windy diversion give you enough motivations to go ‘Ole’ over this transitioning family show.