For long, Salman Khan has been giving superhit blockbuster movies that are not only loved by the viewers and his fans but contain a true entertainment value.
This time with Bajrangi Bhaijaan, he has truly outdone himself! This is not just a typical Salman Khan movie that is an out and out entertainer, this Kabir Khan directorial has a nice story, emotions, a star performance and most important of all, Salman Khan, who has given one of his best performances so far.
Director: Kabir Khan
Bajrangi Bhaijaan Plot:
We see people watching the India-Pakistan cricket match when the camera pans to a pregnant woman in Sultanpur village. Fast-forward six years and we see Shahida (Harshaali Malhotra) travel in Samjota express as her mother takes her to Nizamuddin Hazrat Ali in Delhi to pray for her daughter's condition.
On the way back, the girl misses her train which goes to Pakistan. Helpless Shahida comes across Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi (Salman Khan) who enters with the popular Selfie Le Le Re song. Since she can't speak, Salman tries a number of ways to find out about her, and during one such juncture, he starts to tell about his life story.
Here comes the flashback of Pawan, where his father calls him a zero. After the death of his father, he travels to Delhi to join the akhada of Dayanand since his father wanted him to do so. He then meets Rasika (Kareena Kapoor) and the two fall in love with each other.
Will Pawan be able to save Shahida and make her reach her home safely? Will he be able to prove his worth to Rasika's father? The answers form the crux of the story.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan truly has a good story that captures the emotion of both religion and cross-boundary tension in a balanced manner.
Salman Khan really outdoes himself with this role of an innocent and simple man. Kareena Kapoor manages to make her presence felt with a small but pivotal role. Nawazuddin Siddiqui as usual ends up doing a fab job, but the true star performer of this movie is Harshaali who makes you laugh, cry and go through a range of emotions without a single dialogue and only expressions.
The chemistry Harshaali and Salman share is truly heart touching and something that can tear you up as well. But the humorous and enjoyable scenes between Nawaz and Salman are not to be missed as well.
Kabir Khan has brought us a good movie with a great story, the right range of emotions and some amazing picturization. The only places that some might not like are the cheesy, over-the-board scenes that all may not enjoy as much. The script written by K.V. Vijayendra Prasad is flawless and it is this script that makes Bajrangi Bhaijaan the outstanding movie that it is.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan is one of Salman Khan's heartfelt performances where emotions strike the right chord; all thanks to Kabir Khan's superlative direction and enjoyable plot.
While the first half is simple, Salman makes it rather enjoyable. It is the second half that contains all the hilarious comedy and gets super entertaining. In simple words, it is a must watch movie! Don't miss it!
Salman Khan has done a fab job as Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi, a role we have not seen the actor don in a very long time.
Harshaali Malhotra is the star performer of the movie and she has managed to steal the show completely.
The chemistry shared between Salman and Harshalli just oozes the love and affection and will surely touch your heart.
This particular scene, when Salman cries, will make you so emotional that you would shed a tear or two.
This being a Salman film, you just cannot afford to miss out on some awesome action scenes.
Though Kareena has a small role in the movie, she has given a really good performance.
Salman Khan and Kareena share very less scenes together, but nonetheless, they look great together.
Nawazuddin as a reporter is said to be the surprise package of the film, whose scenes with Salman are simply hilarious.
People are going gaga over this qawwali number sung by Adnan Sami. So don't miss out on it.
When Salman Khan wears a burkha and pretends to be Nawaz's wife!