T SERIES and Amin Hajee Film Company Production produce this film that is written and directed by Amin Hajee. The film got the necessary buzz before the release for Aamir Khan’s item number in it.
A supposedly thriller, the story in KJN is weak and has a vexing screenplay to boot. The film is cliché and expediency in all sums. Characters look empty in a wafer thin narrative. The suspense if any is as clear as the summer sky with only one suspect as bright as the sun. A minimal budget film, KJN is much more difficult to watch.
Kunal Kapoor does his bit but is not enough to salvage the mess around him. Amyra Dastur is tiring. Hajee tries to make himself a clown and succeeds. Brilliant actors like Ashwini Kalsekar and Atul Kulkarni look lost.
Arun Prasad’s cinematography is decent. While the songs are OK, the background score reeks of greenness. Dialogues are very average. Ballu Saluja’s editing lacks finesse. Amin Hajee’s direction is raw.
KJN is a sloppy and wobbly mess that can be given a miss..
KOI JAANE Na – KYON JAANE !