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Jawaani Jaaneman is a 2020 Indian comedy-drama film in the Hindi language that was written and directed by Nitin Kakkar. It was also produced by Jackky Bhagnani, Deepshikha Deshmukh, Jay Shewakramani, and Saif Ali Khan, who played the major role. Khan plays a 40-year-old father in this 2008 South Korean comic version of Scandal Makers. Alaya F, who is making her acting debut, plays his daughter. Tabu also makes a lengthy cameo appearance. Jazz, a property broker and party animal in London, is the focus of the movie. He must confront a daughter he never knew he had who is also pregnant. After Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, the movie was Khan's second release in January 2020. The film also stars Rameet Sandhu, Chunky Pandey, Kumud Mishra and Kiku Sharda among others , in important roles.
Jaswinder "Jazz" Singh (Saif Ali Khan), a 40-year-old free-spirited womaniser, works as a property broker in London with his brother Dimpy (Kumud Mishra) during the day and frequents Rajendra "Rocky" Sharma's (Chunky Pandey) bar at night. He typically takes whichever woman agrees to visit him at his house for a one-night stand. Jazz and his brother Dimpy must arrange a multi-million dollar deal with a property in Hounslow, but Jazz's elderly landlady Mallika (Kamlesh Gill) won't give up her house because of an ancient tree, and Jazz makes numerous unsuccessful attempts to persuade her to do so for the new construction.
Jazz is out having fun one night when a female spills her drink on him; she apologises, and he continues. She introduces herself to him as Tia (Alaya F), a 21-year-old Amsterdammer who has travelled to London for "personal work" the next night at the pub. To take her to his house, he consents. There, Jazz learns from her that, based on a picture of Tia's mother and him, he is one of three potential candidates for being her father. He is horrified when she says that she might be his daughter, but she recommends him to get a DNA test to verify the information. When the results are revealed, it turns out that Tia Jazz's daughter is also pregnant.
An alarmed Jazz first rejects the reality; when Tia proposes that she give birth at his house while staying with him, Jazz declines, claiming that he is unable to handle the responsibilities of raising a family. She settles in the house next to his. He seeks assistance from his age-appropriate friend Rhea, a hairdresser. She congratulates him and gives him advice on how to deal with the fact that he will soon become a grandfather in addition to a father. He continues to party carelessly at his own expense since one time he breaks his leg after falling off a bar table while intoxicated. His feelings for Rhea intensify, but when he makes a sexual move, she stops him and tells him to hold back so they don't lose their relationship.
Tia continues to pay frequent visits to Jazz at his residence while making a quiet decision to become friendly with his family. Dimpy, Jazz's brother, and their parents pay him a visit one evening. Jazz has warned Tia not to embrace everyone, but she does so anyway. When she surprises them by showing them her sonogram on Jazz's projector, he has to explain what is going on. After speaking with Dimpy, Jazz comes to the conclusion that he really ought to look after Tia, and the father-daughter pair make amends.
They coexist peacefully during her pregnancy, until Tia's hippie mother Ananya (Tabu) and Tia's lover Rohan unexpectedly arrive from Amsterdam.
Jazz finds Ananya and Rohan's hippie, drug-fueled, and wanton behaviour difficult to stomach, and he worries that this may affect Tia's birth. When Jazz confronts her and tries to convince her that the millions to be gained from the property will more than make up for the lost tree, she cries and tells him that he can't be her father because he hasn't even an iota of emotion and attachment within himself. She is upset by the final model of the construction in which the old tree is missing.
Jazz, who is dejected, questions if the agreement is truly worth upsetting an elderly woman, and then chooses to cancel the Hounslow project, even though it would cost him money, with Dimpy's support. When Tia's water suddenly bursts, he quickly runs to the Waterloo train station where the three are waiting for their train and begins to explain how he cancelled the deal and saved Mallika's tree.
At Jazz's parents' house for Diwali festivities, Rhea and Rocky join the Singh family before the movie closes. As Tia beams, Jazz reassures Kiara that she will be the first baby in history to see both her parents and her grandfather get married.
|Music By||Gourov-Roshan , Tanishk Bagchi, Prem-Hardeep and Ketan Sodha|
|Production Company||Pooja Entertainment , Black Knight Films, Northern Lights Fi|
|Content Location||London, England|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Producer||Jackky Bhagnani , Deepshika Deshmukh, Saif Ali Khan|
|Jawaani Jaaneman Character names||Jawaani Jaaneman Actors real names|
|Jaswinder “Jazz” Singh||Saif Ali Khan|
|Tia SIngh||Alaya F|
|Rajendra “Rocky” Sharma||Chunky Pandey|