Jenny is a young, beautiful, vibrant girl and darling to everyone. She flits between glamorous professions, working as an executive in a five-star hotel, and also as a popular model of the ...
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Jenny is a young, beautiful, vibrant girl and darling to everyone. She flits between glamorous professions, working as an executive in a five-star hotel, and also as a popular model of the Mumbai advertising world. Yet her traditional values remain intact. She sings and dances through her glittering world, looking like a picture of joy, even though her romantic past has been less than perfect, making her mature beyond her years. Written by
Sujit R. Varma
I always look forward to watching Bollywood movies, especially ones that are different than the norm. In this movie we see the relationship evolve between a married, well-renowned, retired judge and an independent 30-something woman. Both Perizaad Zorabian and Victor Banerjee were good in their roles, but Perizaad was especially very good in her role as the bubbly independent woman, Jenny. She really stood out as an incredible performer and she will be someone to watch out for in her future roles. I watched the movie twice just because I enjoyed her peformance so much. For music lovers, the Saigal re-mix and the tracks by Adnan Sami and Jagjit Singh are particularly memorable.
This movie wasn't preachy as it shows the dilemma faced by a man who is married and has grown-up children. From one perspective the burst of energy that Jenny infuses in the judge's life makes one think that he shouldn't forsake Jenny's love for family honour, but on the other hand he would be hurting not only his family but also Jenny. So watch Jogger's Park to see whom he chooses!
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