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U R My Jaan (2011)

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 ... See full summary »

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Mikaal ...
Akash
Preeti ...
Reena
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Reena's Mom
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Reena's Father
Rajesh Khera ...
Sandy
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Rahul
Abhilasha Das ...
Priya
Aishwarya Sakhuja ...
Nisha
Nathassha Sikka ...
Donna
Vipul Roy ...
Rajiv
Partha Ray ...
Parag
Narendra Jetley ...
Ravi (as Narendra Jaitley)
Sunil Nagar ...
Rajiv's Dad
Neha Gupta ...
Rajiv's Mom
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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

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Love is Never Planned, It Just happens. See more »

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23 September 2011 (USA)  »

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INR 150,000,000 (estimated)

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INR 25,000,000 (India), 23 September 2011
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At the end Aakash comes to Reena's wedding and proposes to her. He sees her text and reaches there in about 3-5 minutes which is not possible since traveling from Mumbai to Chandigarh in a helicopter would take much over an hour. See more »

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Polished
19 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

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.


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