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Jannat: In Search of Heaven... (2008) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • Arjun is a reckless young man with an obsession for making money at card games. A chance meeting with a girl in a mall, Zoya, gives him the reasons he was looking for the move out of his ordinary life. He steps up from playing small-time card games to becoming a bookie. Stuck in a triangle of sorts between the woman he loves and his addiction to make a quick buck, Arjun moves on from being a bookie to a runner for the mafia. He steps into the world of match fixing. Arjun switches on the limelight to bigger, better, faster, more, until his dizzying rise attracts the attention of the police. Arjun has to now choose between the love of his life, Zoya, and this new found success and power. As Arjun struggles to choose between the two, the Don offers the forbidden apple of limitless wealth in exchange for his soul and draws him into his core entourage of money spinners. How far will the horizon of reality stretch as Arjun and Zoya tread a fine, fast-blurring line between right and wrong to find the heaven they have been looking for?

  • Living in a Chawl in India, Arjun Dixit decides to become rich. He gets involved in gambling, and soon becomes a bookie. His quest takes him to Cape Town, South Africa, where he meets with Zoya and both fall in love. She disapproves of his so-called career, but Arjun disregards her concerns. Arjun does not know that soon he will be arrested, but quickly released with the help of an underworld gangster, Abu Ibrahim, who has plans for Arjun. These plans include cricket match-fixing - and Arjun's greed will make him go to any lengths to make as much money as possible in a very short span of time.


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