OK Jaanu

Synopsis: Adi and Tara move to Mumbai to pursue their dreams. A chance meeting sparks off a heady, no strings attached romance until their careers pull them apart. Will ambition prevail over matters of the heart?
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Shaad Ali
Production: Madras Talkies
 
IMDB:
5.1
Rotten Tomatoes:
43%
Year:
2017
135 min
$345,872
Website
87 Views

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What a game!

Hello, Bantu, where are you?

I am there...almost there.

- I've been waiting for over an hour.

Almost there...Adi bro...

- Late like always.

Come quickie... - Just

5 more minutes...l am there...

Go away! Get out!

- Please just listen to me.

No! Get out! - Listen...

No...just go!

Don't show me your face again!

I will jump... get out! - Look, Tara...

Get out! No!

Okay, I am going! I am going!

Get out or I will jump. - Relax!

I am going. - I will jump!

I wasn't spying on you.

Go. - I am going.

I don't care. Go to hell!

- You go to hell!

Hey dumb' get back.

Can't you see the train? Get back!

Call him, Bantu...where is he?

- It's not reachable.

Adi! - Bro...

Bro, where were you?

- Love you, buddy.

Where were you? - Bantu, I saw

a dream on the train...and got inspired.

When I got off,

I saw reality...which made me perspire.

What are you talking?

Let's go now, bro... or

Jenny here might expire.

Why will Jenny expire?

She's getting married. - Huh?

Yeah... Come, I'll tell you. - Marriage?

Yeah, marriage.

Actually you should

get married, Jenny...

...it's already too late for you.

- Shut up!

Right, Bantu? - Adi Bro...

We need to stay away from marriage

permanently. - No chance, bro.

Like me...simple, good looking and lean.

And me...cheap...smart and single.

Forever...and ever and ever and ever...

Stop it, guys.

We're are...at 'Teen Bhavan'.

- But it's just one.

Adi, you're single as well.

Jenny, get the luggage

and escort the guest.

I am getting married,

you get the luggage.

Hello Charu aunty, what's up?

Aunty, it's me...Bantu.

Remember I took you to Maratha

Mandir (Movie Hall) last week.

For DDLJ.

Hello, aunty.

Hi, aunty. - Who are you?

Adi.

I am Ravi Gunjal's younger brother...

...who was Gopi uncle's junior. Adi!

Uncle.

Hi, Uncle.

Adi.

What's this? - My hand!

Sorry.

Was the train late? - No.

Then? - Nothing...

This Nothing' won't be

tolerated around here.

Yes.

You have to be punctual,

this is a not a hotel.

It's a house, and you're a guest.

Just like all of us... - Yes, I know!

Brother told me everything.

Told you what?

- That Judge sir is a strict man.

He calls you Judge sir.

- Good.

And no late nights...

And definitely no

screaming and shouting!

Except for... - Except for?

When my wife's singing. - Of course...

Charulata Devi.

The Great Indian Classical Artist.

Sorry...Singer.

Hello...you can't play

cheesy Bollywood numbers here.

You don't know about uncle.

He's a butcher!

Sorry uncle... Judge sir... Sorry!

Wrong adjective...

Death penalty hasn't

been abolished in India yet.

I can't decide whether to

throw you two out...or strangle you.

How about you don't do either, uncle?

Please pardon us as per section 102.

Thank you, sir.MAZE HDRelease

Sir, please forgive this girl as well.

She's getting married. - Why?

Didn't papa tell you, uncle?

Actually, it's a good

thing to get married early.

You can grow old together. - Yeah.

This is your room. - Okay.

Thank you, sir. - Thank you, uncle.

Whoa!

Bro, you've no idea

what a grouch the boss is.

I think we should run. - Okay.

Hey...you fools...come here.

Boys...the LA guys rejected

all your gaming programs.

I don't have much

knowledge about games.

I am an advertising guy.

Dude...sell it. - What?

The dream you had...sell it.

- Are you mad?

Buddy, first impression

is the last impression.

Sell it...come on...

...l will make things

hell for all you, promise.

Sir, we do have an idea. Come on.

Who is this? - Hi, sir.

I am Adi... First day,

first show...first idea.

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Mani Ratnam

Gopala Ratnam Subramaniam (born 2 June 1956), commonly known by his screen name Mani Ratnam, is an Indian film director, screenwriter, and producer who predominantly works in Tamil cinema. The Government of India honoured him with the Padma Shri, acknowledging his contributions to film in 2002. Despite being born into a film family, Mani Ratnam did not develop any interest towards films when he was young. Upon completion of his post graduation in management, he started his career as a consultant. He entered the film industry through the 1983 Kannada film Pallavi Anu Pallavi. The failure of his subsequent films would mean that he was left with fewer offers. However, his fifth directorial outing, Mouna Ragam (1986), established him as a leading filmmaker in Tamil cinema. He followed that with Nayakan (1987). Mani Ratnam is well known for his "Terrorism trilogy" consisting of Roja (1992), Bombay (1995), and Dil Se.. (1998). Mani Ratnam is married to Tamil actress Suhasini and has a son with her. He has won several film awards, including six National Film Awards, six Filmfare Awards South and three Bollywood Filmfare Awards. more…

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