Comedy is serious business and to make moviegoers laugh at the right places is nothing short of a challenge. But not all comedies succeed in their endeavor. For any comic fare to strike a chord, it ought to be scripted well, garnished with rib-tickling moments and most importantly, star actors with an immaculate timing to pull it off.
Unfortunately, Jawani Diwani is neither a scriptural gem, nor does it boast of funny moments. In fact, the screenplay is so childish that you often pinch yourself, is this for real? The writing is so sub-standard, so juvenile at times that you often think, how was it okayed in the first place?