Kick movie had developed up a lot of anticipation from media and fans all over the world, with Salman Khan extensively promoting his movie we thought this might end up like another Jai Ho. A perfect film and a sure shot entertainer that is definitely going to rock the Box Office like a storm.
A full masala entertainer, that Salman Khan has solely carried on his shoulders. The rest of the star cast only adds to the opulence of the movie, like a cherry on the icing of a very delicious cake.
KICK has the magnificence [in terms of production values] that was lacking in Salman's previous movies.
On the whole, KICK is a paisa vasool, seeti-maar entertainer. Get ready for a Tsunami called KICK at the ticket window. It is sure to rewrite box-office records. Salman fans, rejoice. KICK is a sure-shot B-L-O-C-K-B-U-S-T-E-R. To quote a dialogue from the film: 'Woh apni Eidi lene zaroor aayega'.
Seen purely in the context of its genre, Kick is an entertainer worth a couple of hours of your time on the weekend; more so if you seriously take to his dialogue “dil main ata hoon, samajh main nahi.” The film is endearing in bits, but rational? We'll let you decide.
Woo hoo, now that’s what we call a comeback, Salman Khan is unleashed in the second flick of the year and he blows away your wits. Sajid Nadiadwala, who is marking his directorial debut with Kick, roped in Salman Khan intentionally because his spark is incomparable and he already sensed what he could yield him.
Don’t think too much, just step into the theatre for Salman is waiting to rule your hearts once again.
The film is predictable, the script is lazily convenient, and yet there's a surefootedness in the way Nadiadwala jauntily carries on increasing the tempo, piling on the Khan.
It looks good, moves fast, shows off its superstar. In the world of harebrained Bhai films -- Dabanng included -- Kick is the best made and the most fun. If you're a fan, you just hit the jackpot.