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Jashnn Movie Review

Overall Rating: 2.16/5

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Ratings: 1/5 Reviewer:Rajeev Masand Site:IBNLive

A one-line premise that’s reluctantly stretched into an unconvincing screenplay, Jashnn belongs to that pantheon of bad ’80s melodramas where characters say horrible things to each other and then spend the rest of the movie regretting it.Because the zero rating is reserved for objectionable films, I’m going with a generous one out of five for Jashnn. The film’s title means celebration. I can safely say that was wishful thinking on the part of its makers

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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesOfIndia

Jashnn isn’t just a story with a lot of heart. It’s told with in a heartwarming way too, with moments that touch you with their naked pain.The film scores mostly in the brother-sister relationship and the romantic track between Adhyayan and Anjana does pale into insignificance before it. Shahana pitches in another power-packed performance after Rock On, even as Humayun Saeed makes an interesting debut as the cold and brutal biz honcho. Ironically, the audio track isn’t as strong as the usual Bhatt Inc score which always boasts of chartbusters. Watch it for its vintage appeal: it reminds you of the unadulterated emotional interplay of Mahesh Bhatt’s cinema, not so long ago. Come back, Mahesh, it’s been a long sabbatical.

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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer:Taran Adarsh Site:BollywoodHungama

You can’t deny the fact that JASHNN brings back memories of the immensely likable ROCK ON!!, Like ROCK ON!!, JASHNN also looks at relationships, but the relationships here are poles apart. But JASHNN is not without its share of hiccups. The romantic track could’ve been as intense as the volatile ones. Also, it gets long drawn towards the second hour and robs the film of its sheen to an extent. But the climax more than compensates for the blemishes. Thankfully! On the whole, JASHNN is a moving tale with three USPs – its music, the emotional quotient and the performances by its four actors. Despite some loose ends, it should slowly and steadily win over cinegoers based on these three factors.

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer:Gaurav Malani Site:Indiatimes

Jashnn – The Music Within is supposedly about melodic aspirations but the music angle is concealed so deep within the prime plot that the film ends up being a regular romance drama. Thankfully the drama is directed deftly which, to an extent, redeems for the lack of musical development.You won’t regret watching Jashnn but then again don’t expect anything great. Jashnn promises celebration moments as much as an old wine in new bottle.

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer:Anand Vaishnav Site:Buzz18

Despite its plot of convenience, Jashnn has an emotional core to it. The actors somehow rise above the mediocre writing, especially in the dramatic scenes. Emotional conflicts have always been Bhatt’s strength and his influence is very visible in the film’s best moments.Jashnn has dollops of old school, tearjerker melodrama that’s quite touching in parts. Wish the makers knew where to stop.Though it’s slow and inconsistent, good songs and strong performances make Jashnn a decent watch.

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer:Nithya Ramani Site:Rediff

Newcomer Humayun Saeed is quite the surprise package. He completely overshadows Adhyayan. He has by far one of the best villains, who can steal the audience’s heart.Jashnn really does not deserve any stars. The only rating it will get is for its terrific music. The song, Aaya Re, is the film’s lifeline. Three cheers to the music directors Sharib Toshi, Aftab Nauman and Sanjay Chandelier

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