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Set in Noida, Anand otherwise known as Nanu (Abhay Deol) and his posse (Manu Rishi Chadha and Co.) work in persuasively emptying and assuming control leased flats. In the middle of, you get the opportunity to see him shaking a leg with Bigg Boss popularity Sapna Chaudhary at a wedding.
Pushing forward, life’s a smooth ride for Naanu. Until the point that one day when he unearths an auto crash of a young lady named Siddhi (Patralekha) who is discovered lying in a pool of blood. He surges her to the healing center however oh dear, she inhales her last while holding his hand. Not long after that episode, Nanu loses his mafia magic and understands that his level is spooky by a smokestack staying apparition which ends up being none other than Siddhi’s soul. She has succumbed to him and is never going to budge on getting it together.
A lady passes on in an auto crash and frequents the home of the man who slaughtered her since she’s enamored with him. Sounds a spectacular joke naa? Lamentably, Faraz Haider messes it totally with regards to ‘Nanu Ki Jaanu’. Heard the platitude, ‘An excessive number of cooks ruin the stock’? The producer does precisely that and abandons you entertained for all the wrong reasons. Mysskin’s concept of a romantic tale in Pisaasu was an irregular one with trickling dark cleverness at points. Rather in ‘Nanu Ki Jaanu’, you are subjected to dull mashup of kinds that basically neglect to interface with you.
The first film accompanied an intriguing turn in the peak. Then again, this Abhay Deol-Patralekha starrer has a phantom breaking out of ice and giving movement advisorys about the perils of squirming with your telephone while driving, significance of wearing protective caps while riding a bicycle and the significance of ‘2 seconds’ in an existence. Mind you, she likewise despises smoking and drinking. The last 15-20 minutes of the film is as unexpectedly humorously as it can get.
Abhay Deol begins off well however gradually his execution gets suffocated in the preposterousness of the plot. Post interim, he looks lost simply like us, the group of onlookers and you begin pondering what influenced him to take up this film in any case! Much the same as her character, Patralekha is imperceptible all through the film. It’s just towards the end that she drops by for an irregular sentimental track and afterward gives some wellbeing measures just on the off chance that you avoid those open servicement advertisements.
More or less, Abhay Deol-Patralekha’s Nanu Ki Jaanu neither spooks you nor stimulates your clever bone as guaranteed. The awfulness comic drama experiences vigorously poor execution and a peak turned out badly. Avoid this idiocracy unless that is the thing that you are paying special mind to. The rest can take a chilled lager. Try not to state we didn’t caution you previously ‘Phantom apparition na raha, pyaar na raha’!