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Jay Jay (2003)

A different concept of destiny for a love story.


Sarab, Saran




Credited cast:
Madhavan ... Jagan
Priyanka Kothari ... Jamuna (as Amoha)
Pooja Umashankar ... Pooja
Kalabhavan Mani ... Jagan's friend
Delhi Ganesh ... Jagan's Father
Thalaivasal Vijay ... Jamuna's father
Dhamu Dhamu ... Oosi
Charlie ... Politician
Adithya Menon ... Pooja's brother (as Adithya)
Malavika Avinash Malavika Avinash ... Jamuna's friend
Manobala ... Jamuna's familyfriend
Reema Sen ... Cameo (Dance Number)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sashikumar Sashikumar ... (as Sashi Kumar Subramony)
Thennavan Thennavan

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Jagan (Madhavan) and Jamuna (Amoga) meet in a shopping mall in Chennai. They like each other and spend a day chatting in the coffee shop. Jamuna, a believer in destiny, writes down her address and telephone number on a Rs.100 note and makes the payment at the cafe declaring that if the note came back to Jagan then it means that he was destined to meet her. She leaves town and they both trying locating each other by finding the bill. Written by Abhilash

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Not Terrible, but Not Memorable
22 April 2020 | by GypsiBSee all my reviews

Jagan (played by Madhavan) falls in love with Jumuna (Amogha), without knowing her name or address. She is a strong believer in fate, and so writes her details on a 100rs bill, and tells Jagan that if it reaches him within a year, she will marry him. After spending six months searching for her, Jagan -- through no fault of his own -- becomes engaged to Seema (Pooja), the sister of two dangerous politicians. Meanwhile, Jumuna realizes that she cares for Jagan and begins to search for him as well. The two continue to miss crossing paths, while the date for Jagan's marriage draws ever nearer.

The plot of this romantic drama is predictable, and not well-written enough to be convincing. The music is mostly enjoyable, but the Amazon streaming version of this film does not have subtitles for the songs, so it's impossible to comment on the lyrics.

Madhavan delivers a good performance, and Pooja does equally well. Amogha, however, has one main facial expression throughout the movie: dimwitted. She flounders throughout giving the impression of a clueless airhead.

Overall, Jay Jay is an average film, not terrible, but definitely not memorable. I can't see myself rewatching it, or recommending it to others.

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Tamil | Telugu

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7 April 2003 (India) See more »

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Calcutta, West Bengal, India See more »

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