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Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai

Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai fits into a fantasy romance genre where a born loser’s USP is also his virtue. It wins him the ultimate in romance, a pretty girl from Venus! For an additional fillip, the backdrop is of a film set.

Rajesh (Riteish Deshmukh) is an assistant director to director Farah Khan who, more often than not, does not know who he is. The lead man of her film, Desh (Ruslaan Mumtaaz) is the new heartthrob of the nation, envied even by the Akshays and Shah Rukhs of the tinsel town! Rajesh badly craves to fall in love while his sidekick, Kaushal (Vishal Malhotra) is in a hurry to lose his virginity!  The tables seem set for a joy ride but, alas, this germ of a story is all that the film plays around with. No earth shattering emotions, drama or villains to provide twists. The film is finally just about the process of falling in love at leisure.

Tara (Jacqueline Fernandez) comes to earth to learn about love so she can reintroduce the people on Venus to the concept who have lately been producing babies on computers! She falls, literally, in the arms of Rajesh, who could have done with some lessons on love himself! Well, there are cross connections for a while as Rajesh thinks he loves Natasha, Desh’s sister and fixes for Tara to fall for the icon, Desh! Some gags, some giggles and the blanks are filled in. All love falls into place.

Riteish Deshmukh extends his not so bright lad look into this film from his earlier ones. Jacqueline Fernandez looks appropriately cute since that is all that is required of her. Sonal Sehgal and Vishal Malhotra are okay. Ruslaan Mumtaz is good. Guest appearances by various stars are fun to watch.

While as a director Milap Zaveri shows some deft touches, but as a writer he has not been able to spice up the script. Music is good with some peppy numbers. Dialogue is witty at places.

Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai has little to draw the audience to the cinema halls and not much to hold them once it draws some.

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