Written July 29, 2016
Jab Tak Hai Jaan? should be renamed as Jab Tak Hai "Katrina and Anushka". Shahrukh is dead after this movie. Was he there in this movie? Man, I am suffering from Retrogade Amnesia just like producers of hindi movies who conveniently forget..........that amnesia is overused formula. If Katrina is sugarcane then the song "Ishq Shava" is sugarcane juice. Katrina has been exploited to the fullest extent in this song. Another best performance by Anushka by the way. If you always order thigh and leg piece when you visit KFC, then Katrina and Anushka will satiate your appetite.
Written February 26, 2017
Some serious editing missing in this movie. How can it be so long for a story that's so predictable? And such disappointing songs. Great cast and great action - but missing strength in storyline and bad songs.
Written February 23, 2017
First half boring... second was better thanks to Anushka.. SRK was better in the second half.. he looks too old to play a 25 yr old.. Kat looks pretty but wasn't up to the mark even though she had the lead role. The only positive in the movie was Anushka.
Written December 08, 2016
I have been a huge Shahrukh Khan fan since I was little, and this is the first movie that I could not tolerate. There were too many plot holes, the ideas were very scattered, there was no substance, and nothing seemed to come together. It didn't help that Katrina's acting was HORRIBLE...every time she tried to do something serious, such as fake cry, it seemed fake and was pretty funny. There were a lot of unnecessary twists and the movie was way too long for such a simple plot. The different scenes left a lot of questions in my head. The only sort-of-good thing about this movie was Anushka's acting - she was quite good, but her role seemed pointless to me. I did like the music though, especially the song during the credits.
Written May 28, 2016
This is not the best work of Yash chopra on silver screen but i still went to see how he has picurized romance this time. I like the chopra's movies where they paint classic romantic stories with the dilemmas of being in love and then getting to a decision. This tries to do it and succeed at times. My Fav dialog in the movie belongs to Rishi Kapoor and like the background theme. I did not mind being in the theatre and see it undfold in 3 hours. Take your pick!