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Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012)

Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012)

Format DVD
DVD Regions All regions
Actor(s) Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif, Anushka Sharma, Anupam Kher, Rishi Kapoor, Sharib Hashmi, Neetu Kapoor
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Jab Tak Hai Jaan is a Hindi language Bollywood romantic drama film starring Shahrukh Khan, Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kaif, Neetu Singh, Anupam Kher, and Rishi Kapoor. The movie was released on 12th November 2012. The film was directed by Yash Chopra, and produced by Yash Chopra and Aditya Chopra. The music for the film was provided by A.R. Rahman and Gulzar.

Plot Synopsis

The movie revolves around Samar Anand (Shahrukh Khan), who is a major in the Indian Army. He saves a documentary filmmaker named Akira Rai (Anushka Sharma) from drowning into a freezing river in Ladakh. He gives his jacket to keep her warm and leaves without retrieving it. Akira finds the diary in Samar's jacket and begins reading. The story then goes back in time to reveal Samar's romantic involvement with a woman named Meera (Katrina Kaif). The movie has a nice blend of drama and humour. The performances of the actors are sub par.

Technical Details

The movie is in the DVD format. The language of the film is Hindi. The aspect ratio of this film is 2.35:1 and has a run time of 175 minutes. It has a U-rating for a universal audience. The pack contains one DVD and was released by Yash Raj studio.

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Main Features

DVD format with Surround Sound

Aspect ratio of 2.35:1

The movie is in Hindi for suitable audience

Run Time is 175 minutes

The pack contains one DVD

Product Details
Publication Date January 1, 2012
Theatrical Release Date January 1, 2012
Format DVD
DVD Regions All regions
Actor(s) Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif, Anushka Sharma, Anupam Kher, Rishi Kapoor, Sharib Hashmi, Neetu Kapoor
Director(s) Yash Chopra
No of Discs 1
Studio Yash Raj Films
 

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  1. 3 of 3 people found this review helpful
     Old World Charm! 3 January, 2014 On Junglee.com
    The late Mr.Yash Chopra’s final directorial venture ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ is a modern love story with an old fashioned core. Nowadays unselfish and selfless love is an alien concept. During such times, watching ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ was a welcome change. The lead characters, Samar and Meera, though separated for almost a decade, remain faithful to each other. We don’t come across people like Samar Anand (Shah Rukh) or Meera (Katrina) anymore. Anushka Sharma impresses in the role of Akira, a fun n bubbly youngster who inadvertently helps in re-uniting Samara and Meera. A. R. Rahman’s music adds charm to this beautiful tale of love.
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  2. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Jab Tak Hai Jaan: The Heart Locker 24 October, 2013 On Junglee.com
    The only way to enjoy “Jab Tak Hai Jaan” is to have “retrograde amnesia” about this being a Yash Chopra film.
    View the film for what it is and not for what it could have been.
    It’s a lavishly mounted love story that spans a decade with the central theme partly “inspired” from catholic novel “End of the Affair” by Graham Greene: The heroine making a pact with God not to meet the hero if he survives an accident.
    Regular viewers of Yash Raj films will miss the white chiffon-sari clad female protagonist (which he associated with “pure” non-lusty love) except at one last point only it’s a white Salwaar Kameez, not a sari.
    However, to compensate, its no coincidence that the colour white has been used symbolically at several places in the film which one may miss on a first viewing.
    Shah Rukh Khan (SRK) works in a bomb defusing unit in the Indian army, not un-similar to the character played by Jeremy Renner in the Oscar winner “The Hurt Locker.”
    Anushka Sharma plays a Discovery Channel reporter (for whom sleeping with guys is as casual as brushing her teeth) who decides to make a documentary on his life while coming across his diary describing his unrequited love with Katrina.
    Katrina cannot decide if she is God-loving or God-fearing.
    Her scene(s) with Anushka are touching and understated.
    Though SRK hams many times, he appears restrained in the emotional scenes. His eyes do the talking when Katrina rejects him for her belief in God, forcing him make a promise he knows he cannot keep: not looking at her once while coming out from the church.
    Brilliant.
    There is a poignant episode by Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh, the real life couple, who act as a catalyst in Katrina’s life when she is undecided in love.
    (“If you are not happy, you cannot make others happy.”)
    Sarika, one of the prettiest actresses of the 70s, has a small role as a doctor.
    The film drags at times and some scenes so inane that they defy logic even by Bollywood’s abysmal standards
    (1) SRK allowed by British intelligence to defuse a bomb at a London station.
    (2) The Indian soldiers waving (not aiming) rifles at non-existent enemies during the bomb disposal scenes.
    (3) SRK involved in (avoidable) car accidents not once but twice.
    Still, these are small issues and the film a genuine effort by Yash Chopra (and son Aditya Chopra who shot the songs) sprinkled with emotional highs.
    Add an above average musical score by A R Rahman (not his best work, certainly) with breathtaking cinematography shot in the UK, Kashmir and Ladakh.
    Aditya Chopra respected his father’s memory (who died before the release) by including some of his rare snaps/footage during the end credits.
    Recommended.
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  3. 0 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Another pretty full of crap nonsense movie unfortunately 23 August, 2014 On Junglee.com
    I am so distressed to watch this movie and to tell you the truth I couldn't not even stand the whole movie. I am aghast the the plight of Indian audience that this is what they got to watch. The movie is absolutely absurd and the pinnacle of being preposterous. Why are we still making such movies are we not learning anything from Hollywood. Why still non sense songs with dance moves by foreign models still titilates us where are we going as a cinema. We need to ask such questions to ourselves that as a society where are we heading. Are we growing intellectually. SRK started with a crap movie that enticed the entire young generation across Indian and even after thirty years he is the same crap. He would not even understand that he needs to grow up.
    Let me talk about the movie. The plot is simply disastrous and the cast is out of place. Katrina Kaif singing a punjabi song looks so ludicrous to me that I had butterflies in my stomach, they have made the mockery of Indian army. Even after close to fixity SRK is enacting a young chaps role and singing songs on the streets of London near tower bridge and people are enjoying his singing. He looks so fake with guitar that I feel disgusted what the outside world would think about india if they get to see that. I believe Katerina doesn't know how to act even how to speak properly but look at the irony of Hollywood , she is the top actress, actually actress is not the right world for her. It's our misfortune that we get to see such people on cinema.
    I would like to request Indian director to learns something from Hollywood and the art of movie making. I would request SRK to watch decaprio and Matt Damon , Kevin speech, De Niro, Morgan freeman , some of their movies to understand the art of acting.
    The Indian audience has grown up , we are not here to take the crap form you guys. Please grow up.
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  4. 0 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Old World Charm! 26 April, 2013 On Junglee.com
    The late Mr.Yash Chopra’s final directorial venture ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ is a modern love story with an old fashioned core. Nowadays unselfish and selfless love is an alien concept. During such times, watching ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ was a welcome change. The lead characters, Samar and Meera, though separated for almost a decade, remain faithful to each other. We don’t come across people like Samar Anand (Shah Rukh) or Meera (Katrina) anymore. Anushka Sharma impresses in the role of Akira, a fun n bubbly youngster who inadvertently helps in re-uniting Samara and Meera. A. R. Rahman’s music adds charm to this beautiful tale of love.
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