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Jaane Hoga Kya (2006)

A doctor obsessed with new technology and science, decides to clone himself when he comes in contact with a sponsor.

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Ankush, Glen Barreto | 1 more credit »

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Glenn (story and screenplay), Ankush (story and screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Aftab Shivdasani ... Siddharth Sardesai
Bipasha Basu ... Aditi Chopra
Preeti Jhangiani ... Suchitra Krishnan
Rahul Dev ... Special Investigations Officer Rathore
Paresh Rawal ... Prof. Dr. Krishnan
Tinnu Anand ... Mr. Chopra
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maria Goretti ... Maria
Sanjay Narvekar ... Police Officer Jadhav
Zarina Wahab ... Mrs. Krishnan
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Siddharth Sardesai, a young scientist from Indian Medical Research center who wants to create another human being, not in a mother's womb but in a science lab. If he is successful it could be a boon for humanity else it could be a doom for mankind. Siddharth has been experimenting with cloning for the past two years and has been unsuccessful. But today he is confident of succeeding. He needs permission from the Indian Medical Research Center and his Guru Dr. Krishnan. There are few people who don't approve of his experiment. Amongst them is Inspector Rathod. So Siddharth is shattered when Dr. Krishnan informs him that the permission to go ahead is not granted. Siddharth is shattered and his love, Aditi comforts him. She also suggests him that she would speak to her father Mr. Chopra who is a big industrialist and could finance him for his project to help him go ahead with his dream of creating a human clone. After much thought and hesitation Siddharth agrees to take Aditi's help. He ... Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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When man pretends to be a creator...


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This film was completed in 2004 but its released was delayed for over 2 years due to the arrest and jail sentence of its creator Alok Shrivastava. See more »

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Stolen Computer Graphics Scenes
11 May 2009 | by quaker-9See all my reviews

This movie had an interesting start (very much like Hollow Man) but for just 120 seconds. Slowly you realize that the plot is weak and is about a Human Clone escapee (Sixth Day {Arnold}). The Inspector (Rahul Dev) himself is so confused that he doesn't know what his character is doing. He is against Human cloning for some strange reasons tries to make people commit crimes without being asked for and then chases them. Sometimes he makes anonymous calls trying to fund Aftab's Cloning Project (maybe to test Aftab) and the next moment he spies on Aftab. Totally crazy !

I was shocked to see that in the end of the movie the editor/director din't try to copy, but the scenes are shamelessly lifted up directly from a Hollywod movie.

Siddharth's Lab had these half alive cloned bodies of himself. GOD knows which chemical catalyst did Siddharth use for cloning the capsules(clones) which grow up directly to his original size of the original in a few hours ! Amazing, why doesn't he grow tissues and human body parts this way !! ??

I could notice 3 scenes in the end in which the movie shows some Hollywood CG on the screen while Aftab (Siddharth) types furiously before trying to escape from his so called Laboratory which of course has to blast in the end.

The first copied screen reads "Assembling PortScan Objects". Now this is a straight copy-paste of the 3 second sequence from the Hollywood Movie Swordfish starring Hugh Jackman, Travolta and Halle.

The second and third shameless uplifted scene is from Mission Impossible : I The computer screen shows the Decibal meter and the third one shows "Downloading NOC List"

These people can get sued by Dominic Sena (Director : Swordfish) and Brian De Palma (Director : Mission Impossible 1) because their movie frames were included as we all know without permission. Who knows there may be many other copied scenes as well.

Such copiers are a disgrace for the Hindi Cinema ! This movie could have been tolerated if it didn't have stolen content, at least the visuals could have been original. But Do watch it, it'll be fun to verify the above statements.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

1 September 2006 (India) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bangkok, Thailand

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P.K. Arts Creations See more »
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Dolby Digital

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