#JawaaniJaaneman Review: Saif, Alaya, Tabu’s Modern Fam is Lit AF

The film Jawaani Jaaneman hit the theatres this Friday! The public reviews are out, which suggests it’s being loved by the audience. Read on here.

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#JawaaniJaaneman Review: Saif, Alaya, Tabu’s Modern Fam is Lit AF

The latest flick Jawaani Jaaneman released yesterday, and it looks like a fun-loving movie that features Saif Ali Khan in a cool Casanova avatar. It is exactly this type of role that got him to star status, and a few of his such films include Cocktail, Hum Tum, Dil Chahta Hai, and Love Aaj Kal. And it is indeed a delight to see him in two movies in January 2020. The first one being Tanhaji: The Unsung Hero, in which he played a historical character of Uday Bhan, has already emerged a super-hit.

Besides that, the film Jawaani Jaaneman introduced a new face Alaya F, who is former Bollywood actress Pooja Bedi’s daughter. She is garnering praises from critics and the public alike for her amazing performance in the film and suggests that she is a star in the making. And not to forget, De De Pyaar De actor Tabu looks evergreen and as delightful as ever in the film.

Check out public reviews and what the Twitterati has to say about the movie right here.

Moreover, the movie has performed decently on Day 1, raking in 3.24 crores. The renowned movie critic and trade analyst, Taran Adarsh, tweeted-

“#JawaaniJaaneman does much better than several *solo* #SaifAliKhan movies released in the *recent past*... Biz witnessed an upward trend towards evening shows at metros... Needs to trend well over the weekend for a respectable total... Fri ₹ 3.24 cr. #India biz.”

The light-hearted entertainer is directed by Nitin Kakkar. Also, it is produced by Deepshikha Bhagnani, Jackky Bhagnani, and Vashu Bhagnani owned Puja Films.

Another film ‘Happy Hardy and Heer’ released alongside Jawaani Jaaneman yesterday. It features singer-actor-music director Himesh Reshammiya in a double role and Sonia Mann as the lead heroine.