Janhit Mein Jaari Review: Nushrratt Bharuccha gives out an important message with a stretched screenplay!

– REEMA CHHABDA

Story:

Janhit Mein Jaari is the story of a woman’s struggle. Manokamna Tripathi (Nushrratt Bharuccha) aka Manu resides in Chanderi with her mother Manju (Sapna Sand) and father Purushottam (Ishtiyak Khan). Her parents want her to marry as soon as possible. Manu, on the other hand, is uninterested and insists on marrying only after getting a job. Manju gives her a month to find work, after which she will be married off. Manu then conducts many job interviews, but none of them go well. She finally meets Aadarniya (Brijendra Kala). He notices that she is an excellent marketer. He offers her a position with his company, Little Umbrella, and even promises to pay her a high monthly salary of Rs. 40,000.

There is, however, a catch. Condoms are sold by Little Umbrella. Manu’s work entails going out into the field to increase contraceptive sales. Manu is apprehensive at first. However, she accepts the job after recalling her mother’s deadline. Meanwhile, she meets and falls in love with Ranjan (Anud Singh Dhaka). They make the decision to marry. Ranjan’s father, Kewal (Vijay Raaz), is very traditional. Manu distributes condoms for a living, which Ranjan hides from Kewal and the rest of his family. Manu and Ranjan marry, and Kewal discovers the truth one day. The rest of the movie is built around what happens next.

Technical Departments:

Director Raaj Shaandilyaa has crafted an incredible story. It sends a powerful message while also making us laugh out loud. The first half of the movie is hysterical. Almost every moment in the first half of the film will make you giggle. The dialogues in the film are fantastic, and they are used to great effect in the various circumstances. The film’s small-town setting works quite well. Shaandilyaa and director Jai Basantu Singh express the message they wish to deliver flawlessly and without boredom.

In the second half, the writing and narrative falter a little. Plus, there are a few sequences in the second half that aren’t necessary and merely add to the film’s length.

Performances:

Nushrratt Bharuccha puts her best foot forward in terms of performance, and she gives a fantastic performance in Janhit Mein Jaari. In the film, Paritosh Tripathi is fantastic. His comedy timing is impeccable. Anud Singh Dhaka gave a strong performance and is a good fit for the role. Vijay Raaz is at his finest, as usual. Ishtiyak Khan and Sapna Sand, who play Manu’s parents in the film, deserve special mention for their outstanding performances.

Verdict:

Janhit Mein Jaari is full of amusing moments while also conveying an essential message. Nushrratt carries the film brilliantly on her shoulders.

Janhit Mein Jaari

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Performances

3.5/5

Music

1.0/5

Direction

3.5/5

Story

3.5/5

Overall

3.0/5

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