The meteoric rise of a common man having a sixth sense in cricket betting and his eventual downfall- that’s “Jannat-in search of heaven” in a nutshell for you. Actually, I have been hooked to the song “Zaraa si dil mein de jagah tu” (sung by K.K) from this film for the past few days and was wondering if I could watch the movie just to see the song’s picturisation (yeah, yeah ..I know you would be telling….kya bahana hai film dekhne ka), a chance invitation from a friend came my way. I just can’t stand Emraan Hashmi and was dilly-dallying whether to go or not. Finally, I decided to go for this movie. I won’t say that I loved the movie but it was an interesting presentation nevertheless. In fact, films by the Bhatt Camp have always something to offer the viewers. Even if it is a stale story or situation, their intelligent presentation makes all the difference. Jannat also belongs to that genre. Some witty one-liners, good acting (of course Hashmi would have better got a hair-cut with all that moollah coming into his pocket), an insight into the world of cricket betting-all keep the viewers engaged. Though the climax was somewhat cliché, there would not have been any other way of ending the story. My verdict-go if you want to but stay back if you’ve better things to do.