Director: Vivek Agnihotri
Writer: Vivek Agnihotri, Priti Singh
Stars: Taran Bajaj, Manoj Bakshi, Madhuri D. Bandiwedkar, Hrishitaa Bhatt
Runtime: 155 min
Genre: Drama, Romance
Released: 24 Jun 2016
Synopsis: Captain Jahan Bakshi rescues a Punjabi girl, Suhani. This starts a friendship that evolves into a passionate love affair.
Between choice and destiny, which would you pick? Is it really a choice one makes if destined for something?
And such is the subtext to this sappy, clichéd love story of an army officer who believes he’s made a choice, falls in love but appears buffeted by destiny’s changing winds.
Captain Jahan Bakshi (Pulkit Samrat) finds Suhaani (Yami Gautam) swimming in a restricted zone and brings her to his camp. Friendly banters turn into passionate letters and the couple decides to marry after singing four songs in 40 minutes. But, they have to match up to Bollywood standards, and thus arises a series of problems. Can the two ultimately write a love story that’s not inspired by Hindi cinema?
this awful piece of work isn’t called a movie its a derogatory piece of visual torture for the people who love to watch cinema. FYI- the day when that waste of sperm Pulkit Samrat earn 100 Cr by his own I think that day would be the day when humanity seize to exist. Yami Gautam is the finest example how loves makes you so dumb that you do a Cr#p named Junooniyat with a man named Pulkit Samrat. Anyway i survived this torture and happy that i am still alive , forget money back i don’t want that, except i offer (if they accept) take some money from us (viewers) and throw Pulkit Samrat in Bay of Bengal. Story is utter sh#t so as acting and this movie has so mediocre music that it has capability to put Bappa Lehri (talent-less son of Bappi Lehri) between rock and hard place. I am not the kind of person who waste my precious time as human to write review for this atrocity but i am so flabbergasted that i thought if i wasted 2 hours of my life why not waste 20 min more to express what this useless , talent-less actor Pulkit Samrat and the bunch of morons who made this film put me through.