Janaan opens with a verse from a Pashtu artist, which discusses characteristics of Pakhtoon individuals. This opening raises the desires of the viewers since unexpectedly you are anticipating an extremely passionate show which will have something greater to offer rather than a lighthearted comedy.
The film opens with Meena (Armeena Rana Khan) pressing her bags to leave for Pakistan. She will meet her family in Swat following 11 years of living in Canada. She runs there with a great deal of assumptions. This opening gave the feeling that the story was about Meena finding a personality in Swat, finding her kin and beginning to look all starry eyed at them. This in the long run happened however toward the end of the film you don’t feel like this was Meena’s story, this is Asfandyar’s (Bilal Ashraf) story more than it is Meena’s along these lines it would have been vastly improved if the story began in Swat and not in Canada! The primary melody Jhoom Le was perfectly shot; this tune acquainted the viewers with the regular excellence of Swat and its kin. You hope to see a greater amount of this characteristic magnificence as the story advances forward yet it doesn’t happen!