Shoojit Sircar's 'Yahaan' is a love story with intelligence and emotions set against the backdrop of Kashmir during the ongoing war.
Yahaan takes a realistic look at love in Kashmir, heaven turned into hell.
Captain Aman is posted in Kashmir as a part of force deployed there. During his posting he met a Girl named Adaa and they both start liking each other.
But situation changes suddenly as during a mission captain Aman is kidnapped by terrorist Shakeel, who is brother of Adaa.
In attempt to make Major Aman release from the terrorist, Adaa enters the den of terrorist and pleads his brother to release Aman.
In the mean while armed force reaches there and Aman escapes from there with Adaa. As he is absconding, senior officer alleged him for being related to terrorist group.
Now Adda run from pillar to post to prove Aman innocence.
Music of the movie is by Shantanu Moitra and is good Best track of the movie is Naam Adaa Likhna.
Jimy Shergill gives a good account of himself as a sole lead and he can easily place this performance of his right up there.
He has been a perfect choice for the movie and you cannot imagine anybody else.
Minissha Lamba makes a decent debut and though she may be not be outstanding, she still carries a certain innocent look that goes well with her character.
Now such a movie has to be positive end as Indian audience is going to watch it and they should be left with a positive thought by winning over terrorist.
On top of everything, the kashmir scenes are so great.
The direction is superb, supported by excellent camera work.
As a debutant director, Shoojit Sircar handles the subject with care and at most of the times makes his message clear to the audience.
Great background score and the visuals are mind blowing.
The camera beautifully captures the scenic wonder called KASHMIR.
One cannot but be carried away by the himalayas.
A Much watch !