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Jia aur Jia is the narrative of two young ladies with a similar name however differentiating identities. Jia Venkatraman (Richa Chadha) is a financier who’s shy, genuine and running from a vexed past. Jia Garewal (Kalki Koechlin) then again is joyful and free-vivacious. They agree to accept an excursion to Sweden and get each different as visit accomplices.
Jia Venkatraman ran a fruitful organization yet she was removed from that point on account of the mischievous plans of Arvind Jaisingh (Sudhanshu Pandey) with whom she was impractically included.
Jia Venkatraman turns self-destructive and her motivation of the Sweden trip is to end her life. Obscure to Jia Venkatraman, Jia Garewal may appear to be giddy however even she is concealing an excruciating truth. What is that fact and how it changes the life of Jia Venkatraman frames whatever is left of the film.
Kalki Koechlin is the special case who appears to be keen on giving a sound execution. She looks phony as a man who is completely dingy however when contrasted with different performing artists in the film, she is the best.
Richa Chadha is a fine performing artist yet doesn’t appear to be in shape. She looks unengaged and her steady crying doesn’t work for her character much. Arslan Goni’s execution endures because of feeble portrayal. Sudhanshu Pandey and Zarina Wahab (Jia Garewal’s mom) get no degree.
Jia Aur Jia is only an irresolute endeavor with regards to life-lessons. Giving this outing a miss won’t have any kind of effect!