While Jinne Jamme Saare Nikamme aims to be Badhaai Ho, it barely touches the feat while living in a world similar to Baghban.
Four sons get busy in the city of Chandigarh while their parents feel lonely and frustrated. After watching Badhaai Ho, the couple decides to have another child. On knowing this, all the four sons travel back to the village to stop them.
The film begins with the peppy title track. The first scene tries to be a comedy but ends up looking forced.
The story focuses on how modern society thinks and acts. The father's acting is savage when it comes to scenes with his sons.
The stupidity continues. It then goes on to copy the concept of Badhaai Ho. The kids here, however, give completely a different reaction than even Ayushmann Khurrana.
The film also has a punchline on Vicky Donor. While the feel of the film is vibrant, the weak plotline doesn't work in its favour.
None of the actors catches your eyes. Seema Kaushal as Satwant, however, steals the show in a drunk scene. The film actually turns hilarious after that.
However, soon enough, it gets back to the depressing and monotonous plotline where the parents are frustrated with their children. As these kids have gone far away from their parents, the parents feel that their children are useless, sharing some resemblances of the Amitabh Bachchan's film Baghban.
Although the film does move on, on a lighter note, it is just not enough because the drama is never-ending. Thus, it is better to skip this film.
While Jinne Jamme Saare Nikamme has some moments that make you laugh out loud, it is generally full of drama and stupidity. We recommend that you skip this film and wait for Honsla Rakh instead.