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Jugni

Out Of Theatre
22 Jan, 2016 1 hr 54 mins U/A
Sugandha Garg, Siddhant Behl, Sadhana Singh, Anuritta K Jha, Samir Sharma, Chandan S Gill
Sugandha Garg, Siddhant Behl, Sadhana Singh, Anuritta K Jha, Samir Sharma, Chandan S Gill
Shefali Bhushan
Synopsis
Despite its freshness, the film fails to create an impact. It is hard to be affected by it due to its lack of depth.
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Story: Vibhavari, a music producer, is suffering from a creative limbo. In her attempt to revive her curious taste and ear for beats, she takes an impromptu trip to Punjab in search of rustic beats. When she meets Bibi Saroop and her son Mastana, the artiste in her comes alive.

Review : Jugni must have been a terrific thought on paper. Bubbling with fresh ideas, with the advantage of its novel perspective, it clearly had potential. But, the film is run down by its weak storyline. The musical romance that brings two people together from different worlds, who bond over music, falls flat when neither the performances nor its music soar high enough.

A music producer from erstwhile Mumbai, Vibhavari (Sugandha Garg) embarks on a soul-searching journey. The film is romantic but not in the quintessential way. Its soul draws from romance but not in the sense that we understand. Quite early in the film, we get a hint of Vibhavari's empty life. Her trip to Punjab to find a folk singer named Bibi Saroop, plays a significant role in helping her character evolve. There is a clear lack of maturity in the film's writing. The lead characters are half-baked and their supposed love story is left to your imagination. While on one hand, you are compelled to appreciate the subtlety of the screenplay, it is infuriating to see the tempo run out by the final scene.

Vibhavari's love story with Mastana (Sidhant Behl) is confusing. What transpires between them through the film is left on an abrupt note in the last scene.

Shefali Bhushan does a novice's job at helming the project and uses music and beautiful locales to salvage the scene. Bulle Shah's lyrical verses come alive with Vishal Bhardwaj and AR Rahman's rendering. But even in the music department, it isn't path breaking.

Despite its freshness, the film fails to create an impact. It is hard to be affected by it due to its lack of depth.
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Avg Users’ Rating 2.2/5 ( 123 users )
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I want my money back.
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Deepinder sahota
How majority of people rate this movie, let''s not even worry about it.<br/>This is a great movie that actually portrays reality in cinematic genius. How it says it fails to score in terms of music might have been said by people who don''t understand music. <br/>As a humble Indian living abroad who enjoys good cinema,this is a great effort. I have enjoyed watching it three times already. Please watch it and give it an honest rating that doesn''t have to coincide with the ratings of people who enjoy movies that lack everything but established stars. Watch it once. Thanks. <br/>I love music and I loved watching this movie.<br/>It leaves things to your imagination in the end but then why should someone else narrate your story, you are given an opportunity to imagine it go various ways.
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