The Bhatts have often told stories that seem straight out of everyday life. Their new outing Jashnn also mirrors the thoughts of zillions of hopefuls. It's about a nobody who wants to achieve success in life, wants to live his dreams, wants to become a somebody some day. In that respect, Jashnn, with director duo Raksha Mistry and Hasnain Hyderabadwala in the driving seat, drives home the point convincingly.
You can't deny the fact that Jashnn brings back memories of the immensely likable Rock On!!, for Jashnn is also about a boy band, about dreams, about defeat and about success. Like Rock On!!, Jashnn also looks at relationships, but the relationships here are poles apart.
In this case, the protagonist [Adhyayan Suman] is living off his sister [Shahana Goswami], who is reduced to being the mistress of a wealthy entrepreneur [Humayun Saeed] and who loathes the protagonist. Actually, the relationship between the siblings and also the volatile relationship between Adhyayan and Humayun are the mainstay of the film. Sequences between them expose the stark reality of life.