"Too many cooks spoil the broth"; Jung is the best example of this proverb. To begin with, it has been in the news for the wrong reasons. First is the 'Jung' between the director Sanjay Gupta (the credits don't even carry his name) and the producer. And the second is Sanjay Dutt's advice to the public against watching the movie.
This is the third film where Jackie stars as an honest police officer pitted against Sanjay Dutt, a dreaded criminal (Khalnayak and Kartoos are the other two). Vir (Jackie) and his wife (Raveena Tandon) are leading a happy life with their son until the day they discover that the kid is in the second stage of leukemia. As is to be expected, the kid's blood group is a rare one (one in a lakh) and the bone marrow is required urgently.
The blood group of Balli (Sanjay Dutt), a hardened criminal, happens to match the child's. After much deliberation, Vir agrees to have Balli's marrow for the kid. But Balli flees from the hospital and it takes a few fisticuffs to get him back. A few moral lectures from his girlfriend (Shilpa Shetty) make Balli change his ways, and the climax sees him die in the hospital.
A corny script and patchy direction along with poor editing leaves the audience wondering if they are watching two movies at the same time. Jackie and Sanjay hog most of the footage and the female characters are no more than decorative pieces. The song Goli Maaro Duniya Ko, provides some relief as long as it lasts. The other songs are picturised shoddily.
The film's caption "Battle For Life" is enough of a warning for you to stay away. If not for life, you will surely be battling for your brains.