Five days back, Aamir Khan on his blog had asked for his fans'
opine on whether he should incorporate an additional song, Jaane Tu Mera Kya
Hai in Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na. Since the film's length was exceeding
beyond what Aamir was expecting it to be, he had earlier decided after a meeting
with his film's team that he would not keep that song in the film. But with now
encouraged with the response to his blog entry he has decided to go ahead with
this song that will feature in the second half of the film. But he is going with
a one week experiment of keeping the song.
However, this song shall not be seen in cinema halls outside India. Aamir writes in this regard, "This addition of the song was possible only in India as the overseas distributor cited to many practical problems. So half of you are going to slaughter me. But please believe me when I say that I tried my level best to convince them. And I am extremely disappointed that I was not able to. Maybe if y'all kick up enough of a row on my blog that will convince them." He further adds, "But to those of you within India, I hope you enjoy the song, and I really wonder whether after seeing the song you will agree with us about deleting it in the first place. Am super curious."
Trade pundits claim it be a smart move by "producer" Aamir to ensure more foot falls for his films considering the fact that another young romantic film, Kismat Konnection has released today. The collections of Jaane Tu during weekdays have begun to fall down as its only caught the fancy of the young generation. He wants to cash on his young fans by making them feel important and come in to see the new song.
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