Jannat is about Arjun (Emraan Hashmi) who is addicted to gambling cards but has no money to gamble with. His world turns around when he meets Zoya (Sonal Chauhan). Although she impress with the money he offers her, she has no idea he earns it by becoming a bookie with a don. Together they try to live their lives without his obsession with making money quick. Can he do it? Or does he go back to that life of quick cash?
What bothered me about Jannat is Sohal's character, Zoya. She didn't have much money but I felt she was a bit of a gold digger. When Arjun was trying to win Zoya's love, she tells him she'll go out with him until he gets a car. She started to fall in love with him because of the things he got her. Then later contradicted herself saying that's not why she loved him. Hmmmm? I'm sure she did learn to love Arjun but it was the material things that made her fall for him.
What I didn't like about Jannat is the ending. At first I was disappointed in the movie but I had to recollect my thoughts. It's not a baaad movie. I just had higher expectations for it - I hate when I do that! I had to think about it and re-watch it with a clear mind. For me, I think Emraan had better movies than this. If you like Emraan, you will definitely like Jannat.