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Jannat 2

Jannat 2

04 May, 2012
2 hrs 18 mins
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Jannat 2 is a tumultuous rollercoaster journey of Sonu Dilli (Emraan Hashmi) and an angst ridden cop (Randeep Hooda) set against the murky underbelly of the gun trade. One ordinary man, Sonu`s (Emraan Hashmi) quest for his personal heaven creates hell for all around him until with the help of a cop Pratap (Randeep Hooda), he breaks away from it all and does something extraordinary to make things better for the good of the community.
Sonu Dilli is a smooth talking street-smart gun runner, who has the gift of the gab and knows his trade inside out. ACP Pratap is a hardened maverick cop, who has a personal vendetta against the gun nexus. He will go to any lengths to crack down this nexus and expose everybody involved in the illegal gun trade. Sonu falls in love with a beautiful young doctor Jhanvi (Esha Gupta), along his journey and that throws his lifes course into a tailspin with unforeseen and far-reaching consequences for all 3 of them.
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Debutante Esha Gupta struts ravishingly at times, though expressionless; shoots off a few dialogues, romances Emraan in Sufi-ish songs, and kisses back passionately. Her role is essential to the plot, but is under-written and she is over-exposed (ahaan). ...Read full review
Who shot her and why seems less significant to this scowling loose cannon, and I suppose we can only be glad she didn`t, say, slip down the stairs, leading Hooda to wage war against duplex apartments and highrise buildings. (Then again, perhaps she could die of cancer, a film culminating in our mad lieutenant grabbing the disease by the collar and breaking its kneecaps - a movie I`d pay for tomorrow.) ...Read full review
He feels Sonu is a crook but ``dil ka accha aadmi hai`` so he can be a police informer. Just when you feel things could get interesting in the film the plot takes a turnaround to be yet another masala offering. ...Read full review
Amidst informers and double-crossings and deals gone sour, the makers of this film lay the groundwork for a promising underworld thriller, but fail particularly in its second half to deliver any edge-of-the-seat moments. Post intermission the film falls into a predictable rut, and you spot both plot twists from a mile away. ...Read full review