Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na wrote and directed by Abbas Tyrewala, produced by Mansoor Khan and Aamir Khan, under Aamir Khan Productions, PVR Pictures, and UTV Motion Pictures, editing was done by Shan Mohammed and Manoj Lobo has handled the cinematography.
It star Imran Khan and Genelia D’Souza in a lead role with other supporting cast Prateik Babbar,Arbaaz Khan, Sohail Khan, Ratna Pathak Shah, Naseeruddin Shah, Paresh Rawal, Nirav Mehta,Alishka Varde, Sugandha Garg, Manjari Phadnis, Anuradha Patel,Jayant Kripalani, Ayaz khan, Murli Sharma, Kitu Gidwani, Rajat Kapoor, Shakun Batra and Padam Bhola.
It was released on 4 July 2008, it has grossed approximately ₹532 million against ₹100 million, the film received positive reviews from the audience and became successful at the box office
A.R Rehma composed the music with Abbas Tyrewala lyrics, A R Rehman continues to prove himself. The music has a simplistic honesty to every tune and suits perfectly. “Kabhi Kabhi Aditi…” and “Pappu can’t dance.” will be remembered. The vocal is provided by Rashid Ali, Anupama, Benny Dayal, Blaaze, Tanvi, Darshana, Satish Subrahmaniam, Mohammed Aslam, A.R Rehman, Naresh Iyer, Swetha, Sayanora Philip, Bhargavi, Anupama, Runa Rizvi, Vasundhara Das, and Sukhwinder Singh,
The film won several awards including four Filmfare Awards for Best Male Debut to Imran Khan, Best Music Director to A. R Rehman, Special Performance Awards to Prateik Babbar and Best Cinematography Award to Longinus Fernandes, Star Screen Award for Best Music Director A.R Rehman, Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards for Best Male Debut to Imran Khan, Star Sabse Favourite Kaun Award for Naya Hero to Imran Khan, and three Stardust Awards for Breakthrough Performance Awards(Male) & Female to Prateik Babbar & Manjari Phadnis, and New Musical Sensation ( Male) to Benny Dayal for Pappu Can’t Dance”.
The story revolves around two close friends Jai and Aditi (Imran Khan & Genelia D’Souza) Jai is a middle class who always has the right and peaceful answer for any situation, Aditi is not a conventional person, she’s loud, rude, obnoxious, they both are a very close friend that everyone thinks they are in love but they don’t feel that way for each other, they both decide to choose the right person for each other and that’s where the problem begins.
Seeing each other with someone else sparks jealousy and missing factor in both of them, so what are they going to do now? What will happen? Will they be together again as lovers?
Performance-wise Imran Khan in the role of Jai Singh Rathore is believable and does complete justice to the role, Genelia D’Souza is fresh, beautiful and natural in every frame, Ratna played the role with required simplicity and charm both at the same time, and Naseeruddin Shah as a dead photo who talks to Ratna on his bravery and glorious Rajputana family was unexpected but interesting and Everybody else has given an up to the mark performance.