Jagga Jasoos Movie Review: Live Twitter Updates

Helmed by Anurag Basu, 'Jagga Jasoos' has hit the theaters today after a delay of almost two years. Long wait for the fans but it's finally here and no one would be more excited than Ranbir and Katrina fans.

Right from the first look of the poster an undeniable string had been attached with 'Jaggao Jasoos'- a unique picturesque cinematic experience that we have never seen before. With that Elvis Presley funky hair style of Ranbir Kapoor sitting with Katrina Kaif on running ostriches, 'Jagga Jasoos' is an eye soothing delight.

Wait! Ostriches? Yes, you heard it! It's one hell of a show! Wildlife safari! Anurag Basu in a recent interview had said that after his children didn’t like his last venture 'Barfi', he wanted to make a film for children. And of course, there is no dearth of doubt that if it’s a children’s film then animals ubiquitously become indispensable. Who doesn’t love animals after all?

Speaking of the cinematic experience, it seems twittearti are loving 'Jagga Jasoos' like anything-

Talking about Ranbir Kapoor's acting, few twitter users tweeted-

When it comes to the direction of Anurag Basu, tweeple have this to say-

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As far as the plot is concerned, 'Jagga Jasoos' chronicles the tale of a detective teenage boy who is in search of his father. The plot strikes to every movie goer and audience will be able to connect to it very easily because father-son relationship is a universal emotion.

There is not one blot of doubt about acting. Ranbir Kapoor is a great actor and has always proved his mettle in acting. Be it in 'Rockstar' or 'Tamasha', Ranbir has always delivered the best. And that's true for 'Jagga Jasoos' as well. Katrina Kaif, as always, is charming, beautiful and a superb actress and has delivered a scintillating performance in this film .

The music director Pritam’s music is commendable and perfectly fits in resonance with the actions of the film.

Overall, 'Jagga Jasoos' promises to be an entertaining cinematic experience for everyone and would set the bar rather high in all departments in coming days, when more and more cingoers will flock to the cinemas.

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