17 July 2015 | By: Writing Buddha

Review: Bajrangi Bhaijaan: Strong, Emotional, Bhai's best! ****

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       I am back after watching Salman Khan's latest and most-awaited movie- Bajrangi Bhaijaan. If there would have been 1000 people with me in my screen watching the movie, 990 of them were boys. Even in the queue, they were shouting and hooting as if Salman Khan had given an unexpected entry and surprised all his fans. That's the popularity of this Superstar. Every time I go to watch his movie, I come back disappointed because I do not go to see his face and scream unlike his die-hard fans who even went at Galaxy Apartments when he was announced as guilty. I need at least a basic content in a movie which could keep me intrigued but unfortunately, Salman's movies never provide me. Considering this, I am about to rate Bajrangi Bhaijaan very highly because of its content.

            Everyone knows the basic premises on which the movie is based as trailer has already spoken a lot about it. As a director, Kabir Khan wanted to speak various things but it could not have been possible in a single movie with a single plot. And therefore, the writer managed to somehow intersect different premises and create a basic plot for Kabir Khan to showcase all that he wanted to through Bajrangi Bhaijaan. BB is very entertaining and you would love watching it because you know there's something substantial about to happen. Things does not get easily done after Salman Khan punches a villain but he has to struggle to make his way to get this mute girl sent back to her home in Pakistan. He has to fight with common people like a commoner because that's what he is- an innocent Bajrangbali bhakt.

           There are little flaws in few scenes but they are purely avoidable considering the beautiful story that is been told to us. At one point, you will feel that it's an adaptation of some bestseller book written ages ago. Such is a conviction of Bajrangi Bhaijaan, the movie. I will only point one scene here where writer and director thought that audiences would blindly believe them:- Salman Khan is allowed to cross the border without passport and visa finally because the Pakistan security chief feels that the man is innocent. Now such big things happen easily in 2-3 scenes but Saat Khoon Maaf for delivering a message and story so beautifully throughout the movie and even in the end.

           Climax is quite stretched but even then you won't want to leave the theater and leave. You want to watch each and every second of it because each frame is full of emotions and sentiments. The same crowd which was hooting, whistling and screaming since the start were totally silent in the climax because almost everyone were choked or had tears in their eyes. This is definitely not among the movies where you'll find Salman Khan taking off his shirts and delivering few punches here and there and getting his job done for the movie. He is in character and you'll find it little different because it's happening long after Dabangg. :-) 

          The little girl, Harshaali Malhotra, deserves equal praise for this movie. Without her, this movie would have been incomplete. Her angelic face and sweet smile gives a performance that you'll remember for a long time. Nawazuddin Siddiqui is just crazy like every time. Haha! 2nd half becomes much better because of his presence too. Talking about Kareena Kapoor Khan, you wish to see more of her as she was back in her same avatar that we loved during 3 Idiots' times. Considering a scale that I use only to rate Salman Khan's movies, this is 4.5 stars. Yes! Overall, it is still 4 stars for me. Do not miss. Watch it as soon as possible. 



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