Imitiaz Ali’s and Bollywood fans’ favorite movie – Jab We Met – recently completed 10 years. It was 10 years ago that the magic of Jab We Met impressed one and all.
The endearing tale of Geet coupled with the beautiful locales of Manali and Shimla made a permanent place in our hearts.
Here are 3 reasons why Jab We Met still remains one of India’s most loved movies, even 10 years post its release.
Jab We Met probably was the first movie that was a road trip-movie shot entirely in India. The movie in fact reintroduced India as the most viable shooting location for Indian filmmakers. The beauty with which the camera captured the scenic Rohtang Pass and Shima Mall Road is indeed commendable. While watching the movie, many times, we feel that we are a part of the journey.
Another accomplishment of Jab We Met was the way it captured the Indian nuances and traditions on screen. Right from the big fat Punjabi wedding to the preparations for the same; Jab We Met did a great job in portraying North Indian festivals & traditions on the big screen.
Do we need to say more? Perhaps Kareena’s finest performance till date. With Geet, Kareena transformed her image from an eye-pleaser to an actual actress capable of winning awards. Geet’s character was so beautifully written and enacted that she is still fresh in our memories.
Do share what you liked about the movie, in the comments section below.
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