JTYJN is GOOD and lives up to the hype.
Looks to be THE hit movie of the year. All movies that follow have to compete with this fine movie.
I liked Imran, though...comparisons with Aamir is obvious, due to the join superbly synchronised and managed promotional campaign with his Mamu. All the supporting actors are real people and have a small story / background for themselves, not just used as props. The break-up between the lead pair, and their feelings post-break up, realisation and coming back is well scripted.
It's a comparatively small budget film, but it doesn't show as the story doesn't require them traveling to foreign locales or use of special effects without reason or rhyme.
Now, who will love this movie? Teenagers, who will look for themselves and friends in one of the characters, young parents who will think of their college days and relive their lives and group in college, parents, who will think of their children who spend lot of time with friends than with family and time at home on phone.
Who will not like this movie? Hmm...let me think...
Yes, may be...the toddler, who was taken for the night show and had to compromise on sleep, had to be taken for a walk out of the theatre every 15 mins. But, most likely, he will grow up to watch this movie later.