Review: Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Genre: Family, Drama
Duration: 154 minutes
Language: Hindi
India Release Date: 17-JUL-2015

Plot:
A young mute girl from Pakistan loses herself in India with no way to head back. A devoted man with a magnanimous spirit undertakes the task to get her back to her motherland and unite her with her family.

Overall Review: Love, Peace & Humanity has no limits & Religion; Aise hai apne Bajrangi. An emotional saga of Bajrangi (Salman) and Sajida (Harshali) will take your breath away. A film with a lesson on humanity, breathtaking cinematography, powerful performances from three pillars: Salman, Nawazuddin and Harshali along with heart touching story with backfrop of Indo-Pak relationship will surely steal the debut show of Salman (as a producer) this EID. Bollywood will rake in Mullahs this EID and shall smash all previous records of Salman Khan films. With running time of over 159 minutes, movie lacks the pace but thanks to little HARSHALI who carries the film till the end. I would rate this as Salman’s best film ever post MPK and Khamoshi. From a technical review: Kabir Khan’s direction is well done. V. Vijayendra Prasad’s story smartly mixes an emotional drama with a pinch of love story which is sort of exciting. Kabir Khan and Neelesh Misra’s script has its share of flaws but as said; its a little child who overshadow all the flaws and keeps the audience on their seat. Cinematography by Aseem Mishra is breathtaking. Rameshwar Bhagat’s editing could have been better. Harshaali Malhotra is adorable. You will certainly fall in love with her. Salman Khan breaks the stereotype and does a fabulous job as Pavan Kumar. Kareena Kapoor is lovely as Rasika and smoothly carries off her bubbly and emotional scenes. Nawazuddin Siddiqi has proved one more time that he is a gem and with midas touch of Bajrangi Bhaijaan, it would be another feather in his cap. Dialogues are good. Tu Chahiye and Selfi Le Le are the best tracks in the film. There wasn’t a dry eye at the end of the screening meaning Climax will leave you with Tears; of Happiness and the cute smile seen on little Harshali’s face. The little girl will stay in your heart long after.

Performance & Technical Review: Kabir Khan’s direction is well done. V. Vijayendra Prasad’s story smartly mixes an emotional drama with a pinch of love story which is sort of exciting. Kabir Khan and Neelesh Misra’s script has its share of flaws but as said; its a little child who overshadow all the flaws and keeps the audience on their seat. Cinematography by Aseem Mishra is breathtaking. Rameshwar Bhagat’s editing could have been better. Harshaali Malhotra is adorable. You will certainly fall in love with her. Salman Khan breaks the stereotype and does a fabulous job as Pavan Kumar. Kareena Kapoor is lovely as Rasika and smoothly carries off her bubbly and emotional scenes. Nawazuddin Siddiqui is a gem.

PDF Verdict: Kabir Khan’s ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ is not a one-man show, but rather a deep emotional story that sees child actor Harshaali Malhotra as the true star of this film. So with his latest, sure to become an Eid blockbuster, it is a refreshing change to see Salman in a different avatar. This festive season, leave all your worries behind and worship BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN.

Ratings: 4 on 5
Performance: 4.5 on 5
Script: 4 on 5
Screenplay: 4 on 5
Music and Background Score: 4 on 5
Cinematography: 4 on 5

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