These WTF Scenes From Jaani Dushman Movie Are Too Hilarious To Miss

Updated on 29 Oct, 2018 at 5:53 pm

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Have you watched Jaani Dushman movie? Well, the complete name is Janni Dushman Ek Anokhi Kahani and it is indeed the most anokhi kahani ever! The 2002 modern action-thriller-sci-fi movie proved it that India is not a snake-charmer country but it has ichaa dhari naags with high tech technology. Those of you who have watched this epic saga know what am I talking about! But those who have not watched it yet, don’t worry. I will tell you what you are missing on.

Armaan Kohli starrer Jaani dushman (yes the same guy who is known for his alleged affair with Kajol’s sister Tanisha in Bigg Boss) had many big names from Bollywood. It was like a get-together. A starry event with Akshay Kumar, Suniel Shetty, Manisha Koirala, Sunny Deol and Sonu Nigam not only as a singer but an actor!

 


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The story is that the spirit of a murdered student played by Manisha Koirala joins forces with a shape-shifting snake played by Armaan Kohli to avenge the death of his love from pichhla janam.

The movie is filled with the spine-tingling chills giving scenes but most horrific one was during the suhaag raat when the bride is actually a skeleton! This the worst nightmare for a groom.

 

 

And the one with the enlightenment was where the entire college is pleading with Manisha Koirala to forgive the evil men, who tried to rape her! Ahh, WTF!

 



 

And the special effects too were lit AF

Arman Kohli flies. Walks on water. Rides his scooter into the sky. Avoids bullets in super-slow-mo while ripping to shred all laws of physics. I think Hollywood movies plagiarized these effects into their ‘terminator’ and ‘Star Wars’!

That’s not all. In a stunning bit of science-fiction imagination, the “icchadari naag” can even transform into liquid metal—so that each time he explodes when struck with a rocket from a rocket launcher, he “disintegrates” and reassembles himself. Dude, it is impossible to destroy him.

 

Look at the VFX scenes in the video posted on YT by InUth:

 

 


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But be warned. This is not for the faint of heart or for anyone who is looking for slightest of logic into this greatest of all movie about modern Naags. Do not hurt your head banging on the wall. Lol!


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