DVD U R My Jaan

DVD U R My Jaan

Run time: 140 min
Rating: 5.7
Genres: Romance
Director: Aron Govil
Writers: Aron Govil
Stars: Mikaal, Preeti, Himani Shivpuri
When Akash, a renowned tycoon, obsessed with wealth, meets Reena, a small town Indian girl with big starry dreams, he is confronted with perplexing choices and must make life altering decisions before it is too late. The film is a musical romantic love story shot in India. Written by Aron Govil
Country: India
Release Date: 23 September 2011 (UK)
Box Office
Budget: INR 150,000,000 (estimated)


  1. I was pleasantly surprised with the polished performance turned in by Akash (Mikaal Zulfiqar). I have had the opportunity to teach MBAs in New York Polytechnic and Rutgers, and can certify that this was a very real depiction of a Wall Street tycoon. Nothing over the top, calm, poised, confident.

    He genuinely plays the piano, and rendered the song with such elan and intensity it seemed he was a concert pianist.

    The movie had a relaxed but confident forward motion. I gave it a 9 because the heroine's dresses were over the top. Otherwise this was a 10.

    And I appreciated the director's not inserting cheesy villains or extending the story just because it had to be of a certain length. Its a pretty confident move to have both new leads, but this was a casting coup.

    Watch it with a glass of wine in your hand, and prepare to be transported.

  2. Despite I am not much into watching Indian movies , this one actually gripped my interest overall . Sweet story with good acting by main characters Akash and Reena, as well as the supporting actors . It was well directed , and nothing seemed to be boring and out of the way.

    It also makes you think that money is not everything , as it cannot buy love and happiness . And the influence of love on a business-oriented billionaire is well portrayed in this movie. I can say that I had a good time watching this film and would suggest to watch if you have an interest in romantic movies.

    Good job and I give it an 8 out 10.

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