|Directed by||Puneet Sira|
|Produced by||Narendra Bajaj|
|Screenplay by||Vekeana Dhillon|
|Starring|| Fardeen Khan |
|Cinematography||K Raj Kumar|
|Edited by||Kuldeep Mehan|
|Distributed by||Siddhi Vinayak Movies|
Jai Veeru is a 2009 Indian Hindi-language action film directed by Puneet Sira, starring Fardeen Khan, Kunal Khemu, and Anjana Sukhani while Dia Mirza and Arbaaz Khan portray negative roles. The film was released on 13 March 2009. The title of the film is named after the famous characters, Jai and Veeru from the film Sholay . The film is remembered for the song Tennu le.
Veer "Veeru" Sharma (Kunal Khemu) is a small-time crook working for a large drug importer, Tejpal (Arbaaz Khan). He is unaware that his best friend Jai Mehra (Fardeen Khan) is an undercover cop, seeking evidence against Tejpal. During a raid on Tejpal's warehouse, Veeru accidentally shoots Jai in the head but he miraculously survives and makes a full recovery.
Veeru then flees to Bangkok and is subsequently arrested. Jai is assigned the task of bringing back Veeru to testify against Tejpal. They confront each other, and seem to find their friendship still exists. They both decide to be friends again, when Veeru claims he has Tejpal's diary, which includes all his secrets and dealings. In a twist of events, Jai and Veeru attack Tejpal at his hideout. Tejpal shoots Veeru, while Jai attacks Tejpal and kills him. Jai lets Veeru flee before the cops arrive. Since then, lives on the friendship of "Jai Veeru".
|Actor / Actress||Role|
|Fardeen Khan||Jai Mehra|
|Kunal Khemu||Veer "Veeru" Sharma|
|Govind Namdeo||Chief Insp. Ranbir Singh|
|Mahek Chahal||Item number "Agre Ka Ghagra"|
| Soundtrack album by |
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
The soundtrack of the film was composed by Bappa Lahiri, while the lyrics were penned by Shravan Kumar.
|1||"Sufi"||Tulsi Kumar, Saim Bhatt|
|2||"Tennu Le"||Omer Inayat|
|3||"Dhun Lagi"||Mika Singh, Raja Hasan|
|4||"Aisa Lashkara"||Hard Kaur, Rema Lahiri|
|5||"Agre Ka Ghagra"||Mouli Dave, Javed Ali & Raja Hasan|
|6||'"Dhun Lagi" (Progressive Dance Mix)||Mika Singh & Raja Hasan|
|7||"Sufi" (Rock)||Tulsi Kumar & Saim Bhatt|
|8||"Dhun Lagi" (Electro Mix)||Mika Singh & Raja Hasan|
|10||"Tennu Le"||Omer Inayat|
|11||"Teenu Le" (Remix)||DJ Akhil Talreja|
It did a business of Rs 5 Crores in all over circuits.
|2nd Mirchi Music Awards||Upcoming Male Vocalist of The Year||Raja Hasan - "Dhun Lagi"||Won|
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