So Aamir Khan does it again. Of course Abbas TYrewala is the director. But when Aamir had said that if he is poducing the movie then it must not be a run-of-the-mill stuff. And he is right. Nothing abt Jaane Tu.. is filmy. Everybody in the movie are so natural that u gorget that u r watching a movie. It looks like it is happening to you, your friends, your family. Truly outstanding. U will be so engrossed in the movie that ur attention will never be on the technical aspects of the movie which r also great. Now, let us come to the big question of the day - Is Imran Khan got his mamu's genes in him? The answer is Yes with a capital Y. We know that the simple roles r the tougher ones to do, isn't it? Here Imran comes as a breath of fresh air as compared to Harman or Ranbeer, who have to show all the talents in their first movie yet fail to please the crowds. Imran and the rest of the cast live their parts. Welcome to Bollywood Imran, it needs actors like u who don't actually act. Abbas Tyrewala makes a confident debut as the director/story writer. He makes every scene look and sound different from what one would expect in a HIndi film. Imran's realisation in the end about the man on the horse was truly a master stroke. Though the second half feels a bit slow but Abbas more than makes up for it in the climax. Go and watch this clean and entertaining movie with your entire family.