Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai Movie Review

Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai (Hindi)

Release Date:
April 09, 2010

‘Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai’ is the story of Rajesh Parekh (Ritesh Deshmukh), a simple gujrati boy who's been looking for love since he was a baby. Thoroughly unsuccessful in his endevours, he nearly gives up till he meets Natasha (Sonal Sehgal), the girl of his dreams.

Desh (Ruslaan Mumtaz) is the youngest superstar in the country. Mothers want to adopt him and their daughters want to marry him. But when will he find the girl of his dreams?

All of their worlds turn upside down when Tara (Jacqueline Fernandes) an alien from Venus, lands on Earth in the search of true love.

Get ready for a love story that’s out of this world!

‘Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai’ is the story of Rajesh Parekh (Ritesh Deshmukh), a simple gujrati boy who's been looking... Show More
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By the time Deshmukh’s eyes well up with lovestruck tears, you no longer care who ends up with whom, or even if they wind up in Earth or on Venus

The New Indian Express

This human-alien love story could have been a fun popcorn film but Milap doesn’t mine its potential. Jaane Kaha Se Aayi Hai is resolutely pedestrian.

There's so much mushy dialogue that even the guys who write those Hallmark cards would feel uncontrollably sick; and just the basic plotting of the romantic track is too corny and juvenile to inspire any real sympathy for the characters involved

Same old worn-out sighs on new faces. Same old I-was-only-joking-about-being-in-love-with-you sympathy card. You know how it goes, right?

It’s astounding how many scenes short can a movie this long be. The hero and the alien suddenly are in love. And you know how that love will show

Hindustan Times

Practically everything about the film, including this pair which we last saw in `Aladin’, feels like we’ve seen it a hundred times over

Indian Express

Supremely juvenile, extremely predictable and a cheesy romantic comedy with an unwarranted soppy climax

The Hindu

The dialogues are corny, characters clichéd and the genre confused. There are ample of heavy romantic cheesy lines but no interesting romance


The film may not boast of a great story, a scintillating script, but it has enough to keep you smiling

Times of India

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