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Jaane Hoga Kya (2006)

  • Release Date2006
  • GenreSci-fi/Thriller
  • FormatColor
  • LanguageHindi
  • Run Time149 min
  • Length4457.40 metre
  • Number of Reels16
  • Gauge35mm
  • Censor RatingU/A
  • Censor Certificate NumberCIL/2/57/2006-MUM
  • Certificate Date29/06/2006

A dam is built for the betterment of humanity but it the same dam burst opens it becomes a graveyard for Mankind. But man keeps building dams, bridges not thinking of the worst. And man's brain keeps inventing and creating new things every passing day. In today's cyber age one man has made a breakthrough in human science, unknowingly he has entered the territory of God, our creator. Siddharth Sardesai (Aftab Shivdasani) a young scientist from Indian Medical Research Center wants to create another human being, not in a mother's womb but in a science lab. If he is successful it could be boon for humanity or it could be a doom for mankind.

Jaane Hoga Kya begins with Siddharth Sardesai on the verge of creating a human clone, he had tried to do it two years ago but was unsuccessful and had lost his colleague (Sanjay) and fried in the process. But today he is confident of succeeding. He needs the permission from Indian Medical Research Center and his mentor Dr. Krishnan (Paresh Rawal). After his presentation he is hopeful. But there are a few who don't approve of his experiment, one amongst them is inspector Rathod, ahead is not granted. Siddharth is shattered and his love Aditi (Bipasha Basu) comforts him. She also suggest him that she would speak to her father Mr. Chopra (Tinu Anand) who is a ig business tycoon and could finance him for his project to help him go ahead with his dream of creating a human clone. After much thought and hesitation Siddharth agrees to take Aditi's help. He builds his own lab in an old burnt mill and starts with his experiment. He first clones a mouse. In the meanwhile Inspector Rathod gets suspicious the sudden disappearance of Siddharth and starts to trace him. He meets people who are close to Siddharth but no one knows where Siddharth is. Time is running out as Inspector Rathod closes on to Siddharth's heels and ultimately Siddharth has to take a plunge and he beings to clone himself. He succeeds but his clone goes missing and all hell breaks loose when suddenly Siddharth realizes that it's his clone who is doing all this. But he is helpless; as no one believes him that he has cloned himself, not even Dr. Krishnan.

The clone has other ideas. He wants to take over Siddharth's life and starts playing games. He flirts with Dr. Krishnan's daughter Suchitra (Preeti Jhangiani) and even impregnates her. For Siddharth's project Report the clone kills Dr. Krishnan and the blame comes on Siddharth. Inspector Rathod gets furious and promises Siddharth that he will not let him go out alive from the jail.

Siddharth is in a major dilemma to prove his innocence of the crime his clone has committed, but was Siddharth justified to go ahead and press the button to create the first human clone? Siddharth has to fight his own battle all-alone with his own creation, and the law is not on his side. The climax of this sci-fi thriller will shock you and you'll question yourself "Can we pretend to be a creator or just be happy being the creations of the almighty....

(From the official press booklet)