Praan Jaye Par Shaan Na Jaye (2003)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Comedy, Drama
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Total Reviews: 7
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Review Summary: On the whole PRAAN JAYE PAR SHAAN NA JAYE has some well-executed scenes but when viewed

Average Critic Rating: (2.00)
Cast: Aman Verma , Raveen , Raveena Tandon , Namrata , Namrata Shirodkar , Diya , Dia Mirza , Rinkie , Divya , Rinke Khanna , Divya Dutta , Shweta , Sushmita Sen , Shweta Menon , Vijay Raaz , Sachin Khedekar , Sayaji Shinde , VIVEK SHAUQ , Mahesh Manjrekar , SHIVAJI SATAM , Bharat Jadhav , Abhijeet Satam , Sanjay Narvekar , Reema Lagoo , Meeta Vasisht , Shakti Kapoor , Ganesh Yadav , Kalpana Pandit
Director: Sanjay Jha
Release Date: 02 May 2003

Plot: Aman Joshi ( Aman Verma ) is on a research assignment. His subject is the chawl dwellers in Bombay City. He rents a small tenement there and talks to the people living there. He soon gets involved in their lives, and even gets attracted to plain-looking Saundarya ( Diya Mirza Read more

Praan Jaye Par Shaan Na Jaye - Top Reviews

On the whole PRAAN JAYE PAR SHAAN NA JAYE has some well-executed scenes but when viewed
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Anupama Chopra, India Today

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Mindblowing Movies` Praan Jaye Par Shaan Na Jaye, blows away the audience`s mind with its explicitly vulgar scenes, obscene dialogue and often stupid tracks on which the drama moves.
It´s really sad when you see a film taking the step in the right direction, yet failing to make it past the finish line. Praan Jaye Par Shaan Na Jaye could´ve really been an out and out entertainer, but it falls short on many accounts. Directed by newcome
Narbir Gosal, Planet Bollywood
It will appeal to people who are looking forward for something different than the usual fare
S Pankaj, Smash Hits
It is ironic that a film that derives most of its gags at the expense of clichéd Bollywood formulae should itself be so hackneyed in its treatment.
Deepa Gumaste, Rediff 
Here's a show of realism with a dash of lime and a pinch of salt. Masala movie as they say it. Of course a certain section of the audience (the so-called classes) may not find flavour with the subject for the treatment is quite raw and mass-oriented
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