Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na: Theatrical trailer

This dawned on me while driving to work Monday morning (was in Lagaan mode last week, so do forgive). July 4 falls on Friday of next week, and that means that the much-awaited release of Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na is next week! Yay! Here is an interesting Aamir Khan interview (in English), in which he discussed his haircut, Ghajini, Qayaamat Se Qayaamat Tak, Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, and his wife's role in his last movie, all in less than three minutes!

Here is the theatrical trailer of the upcoming film from his production house. Starring newcomer Imran Khan and Genelia D'Souza. Promises to be fun! Like the comedy they have going. Genelia's delivery of some of the wilder (and borderline expletive) dialogs is perfect! ;)

Links to the song-specific trailers are contained in my review of the soundtrack.


Joseph Gonsalves said...

I agree that this is great soundtrack but Jodhaa-Akbar was pure magic in Khwaja Mere Khwaja and Azeem O Shaan.Nothing in JTYJN comes even close.

Speaking of Rahman, Bollywoodfan here are two lovely numbers from ‘The Lord of the Rings—Musical’ which were composed collaboratively by A.R.R and finnish group Vartinna.Give them a listen—you won’t be sorry---I promise! Sadly in India this Stupendous effort by Rahman has gone rather unnoticed:



salek said...

Hey I just realized that the Genelia D'Souza's character in JTYJN is a lot like her character in Masti, that of the possessive, aggressive, and abusive, female lead.

theBollywoodFan said...

Joseph: Thank you for stopping by. And thank you so very much for the links to the LOTR musical clips. Incredible!

Those two songs from Jodhaa Akbar are beautifully done. They are easily among the top five tracks of the year so far. Jodhaa Akbar and Jaane Tu are so different, it would likely not be a fair comparison, much like music to Ada and Jaane Tu wouldn't be a fair comparison.

As far as an album's completeness is concerned, I still think Jaane Tu is the one to beat this year. The disclaimer there, of course, being that each of A. R. Rahman's soundtracks this year are way beyond the others.

Hi Salek: Thank you for your comment. That bit about Genelia's character, Aditi, is interesting. I do not recall much of Masti (didn't think much of the film, but it was a success).

She seems to have an excellent platform here. Hope both she and Imran can execute well enough to guide this film to success, for surely, they seem to have left no stone unturned in the other departments.


bollyviewer said...

Hey thanks for the trailer - now I have one more movie to look forward to! :-) Just hope that the movie comes up to the expectations it rouses - so many of the much-awaited releases recently have been so disappointing. I hope you mean to watch it first-day-first-show BollywoodFan and let your reading public know immediately whether its worth watching or not!

theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Bollyviewer: Agree about the recent awaited films being disappointments.

Of course, there shall be every bit of effort on my part to go watch the movie on July 4. My long weekend plans are structured around it :) Look forward to sharing perspectives right away!

salek said...

Two interviews with Abbas Tyrewala you might enjoy…



…and another with Imran Khan


theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Salek: I'll hope to talk about this interview soon. It leads me to believe that it was indeed Abbas Tyrewala who commented on this post!!!

Thank you! You made my day, buddy!

salek said...

You’re most welcome! When Abbas Tyrewala talked about his favorite song and mentioned Ghalib, I immediately thought of that post. Anyway, here’s some more information about the JTYJN cast, specifically some of the supporting roles…



P.S. Just finished watching Lagaan and what a film it was! So much to say and comment on… but right now, mentally at least, I’m still in Champaner! I guess you can call it a 'filmi hangover' :)

theBollywoodFan said...

It's great that Naseeruddin Shah and his wife will be in the film. I'm so ready for this. It could not have come at a better time than a long weekend for those of us in the US!

Hope you enjoyed Lagaan. The only way to do justice to the viewing experience is to watch it in one sitting and pay attention to the background score, which I should have emphasized more during Lagaan Week :)