Adi (Aditya Roy Kapur) first experiences Tara (Shraddha Kapoor) at the railroad station where the last is attempting to frighten away her ex by undermining to confer suicide. They simply look at each other through the crevices in the middle of the boggies of passing trains before she vanishes. Their next meeting occurs at a companion’s congregation wedding where they are situated in a similar column yet a couple situates far from each other.
Adi and Tara present each other with a mumble and wind up trading numbers. Later, their discussion movements to a telephone call where they examine about marriage being a “normal” in this way setting up that they don’t trust in the foundation of marriage. Adi, a computer game engineer has starry American dreams while Tara, a draftsman needs to become famous in Paris.
Sparkles stream between the two. They be a tease, date, go ‘Humma’ lastly move in together. Adi and Tara live under the shadow of a more seasoned couple-Gopi (Naseeruddin Shah) and Charulata (Leela Samson). He was a judge, she was an established artist. Their adoration hasn’t developed “old” yet regardless of Charulata experiencing Alzheimer’s presently. Before long the minute arrives when Adi and Tara are compelled to pick amongst adoration and desire. Will they remove a leaf from Gopi-Charulata’s romantic tale or will they say farewell to their ‘jaanu’?
Aditya Roy Kapur’s man-youngster act charms you and his ridiculousness never neglects to leave with a grin. Shraddha Kapoor sets up a genuine demonstration. The twosome share a crackling science. Sadly, the film tries to crush in more of charm lessening the enormous confession booth scenes to negligible built minutes.
Naseeruddin Shah sparkles in his part as common and his track with Leela Samson is very heart-touching. Alright Jaanu tries to mix in the considerations of two eras with Aditya-Shraddha speaking to the windiness of new-age sentiment though Naseer and Leela give you that warm and fluffy feeling with their brilliant celebration relationship.
Decision: Overall, OK JAANU is a better than average romantic tale which works just in parts for the most part as a result of the science between Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor. In the cinematic world, the film will fundamentally engage the adolescent, as it makes for a not too bad date motion picture.