Jahaan Chaar Yaar movie review: A quick, illicit getaway for the four pals turns into a light-hearted caper which includes a murder, a bunch of kooky cops, and intrigue. Four women whooping it up in Goa, dumping deadening domesticity, kicking their heels up: a one-line premise becomes quite a lark in ‘Jahaan Chaar Yaar’.
Shivangi (Bhaskar) is a much put-upon wife/ daughter-in-law/ sister-in-law who washes, cooks and cleans day in and day out. Neha (Shikha Talsania) is aware of her randy husband’s bit on the side but keeps ignoring it, hoping that one day he will reform. Sakina (Pooja Chopra) is tired of being the wronged party in the constant refrain of why-doesn’t-she-produce-babies put up by her po-faced mother-in-law. And Mansi (Meher Vij) is the fairy who helps spirit them away to faraway Goa, there to cut loose and frolic, and relive their fun-filled bachpan-ke-din.