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Jaan-E-Mann


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  • Actors: Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Preity Zinta, Anupam Kher, Aman Verma
  • Directors: Shirish Kunder
  • Format: NTSC
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Studio: Adlabs
  • DVD Release Date: December 12, 2006
  • Run Time: 150 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000MTEXLG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #528,362 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Watch this one with a bowl of popcorn and enjoy !
Delta
His plan largely works but he realizes he still loves her and sees his mistake and does the right thing.
Lyn
Salman Khan played his character very well as usual - charming,irresponsible,funny and so gorgeous!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 2, 2008
Format: DVD
Man, it's been a good while since I've seen a good Bollywood film, and not for lack of watching. So I'm glad I saw this film. JAAN-E-MANN, released in 2006, qualifies as a good Bollywood film. Plus, it's got one of my favorite Bollywood actresses in it (that would be Preity Zinta).

Here's the plot: The charming but irresponsible and ever struggling actor Suhaan Kapoor (Salman Khan) has been very negligent with his alimony payments and now finds himself being forced to pay one huge lump sum. With his dwarven co-conspirator Bonny, Suhaan concocts a plan wherein his ex-wife Piya's awkward old college classmate - whose name is Agastya Rao(Akshay Kumar), and now a NASA astronaut - would end up marrying Piya, thus ridding Suhaan of all financial obligations to his ex-wife. You see, Agastya (or Champu, as Piya used to derisively call him in campus) has always been in love with Piya, and now looks to catch up on old times. To ensure that everything goes well, Suhaan accompanies Agastya to New York, where Piya currently dwells.

Turns out, though, Agastya requires more hands-on help than first thought, as he becomes absurdly clumsy and goofy in Piya's pesence. So Suhaan begins communicating with him via an earpieced radio device, instructing Agastya in what to say and do in his outings with Piya. It works, and Piya and Agastya become good chums.

"Are you ready to fall in love...again?" is this film's tagline. This question seems to apply most to Suhaan, who, in the midst of mentoring Agastya, begins to fall anew for his ex-wife. Then, even as Piya and Agastya continue to get closer, the inevitable Bollywood twist surfaces, which pretty much shatters Suhaan's original scheme to smittereens.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lyn on February 24, 2009
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The start of this movie was a bit chaotic and silly (e.g. unnecessary portrayal by the usually superb Anupam Kher as a dwarf and then a chorus of dwarfs coming in through a mock hypnosis scene). Added to this Salman Khan's character at the start is a complete ego-centric jerk. While this is part of the plot he wasn't great fun to hang out with. All this meant that the 29 year old I was watching it with gave it away early.
The story involves an egocentric actor who cuts off from his wife to ensure his movies success (as marriage makes him unmarketable apparently) She divorces him. He hatches a plan to avoid alimony payments by encouraging her marriage to someone else (a nerd who had a crush on her in college). His plan largely works but he realizes he still loves her and sees his mistake and does the right thing. Who will she end up with...?
Akshay Kumar's arrival and more on-screen from Preity Zinta lifted things. Anupam Kher turn up again (not as a dwarf this time) when the action moves to New York for most of the movie.
Akshay was excellent throughout going from shy nerd to handsome guy with a great heart. I used to take or leave Akshay but I find that assessment seems to depend on the style of the movies. He is great in romances but I don't like him doing hammy idiots in comedies. He is good in action movies - though they aren't my style so much and I haven't seen him in this genre as much.
To an extent the same is so with Salman. If his characters go whinney or egocentric as they can often do I just don't relate. Yet he can do light romance with heart and even more subtle comedy (e.g. Salaam Namaste) quite well. His dancing seems to vary a lot too from a bit awkward to quite good.
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By eclectic on July 3, 2011
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Enjoyed this movie very much as it has all my favourite actors in it- S.Khan, A.Kumar and P.Zintar. Salman Khan played his character very well as usual - charming,irresponsible,funny and so gorgeous! Akshay Kumar played an awkward nerd and there were several scenes with Salman Khan that were absolutely hilarious.
All the songs were okay, none that was really memorable or outstanding. Overall a very good movie.
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By Delta on February 16, 2013
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Really a fun and entertaining film. Loved everything about it. Music was great - acting was superior. I laughed through most of the movie especially when SK was in various disguises - just hysterical. I like the NYC setting - SK's comedic timing is impeccable which is what he does so well. I thought the plot was executed well, and the ending was cute ! Watch this one with a bowl of popcorn and enjoy !
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By solacemoon on March 3, 2013
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A good story cried my eyes out a bit always good love stories do this a movie about regret and making changes and being a better person and taking responsibility in a relationship.Once again Salman was wonderful as always
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