Bajrangi Bhaijaan review
This year so far it has been the year of Salman Khan, as he gives the audience a nice and lovely movie to watch. And that too on an auspicious occasion of EID. The movie opening on a national holiday, people have dived into the multiplexes, cinema halls and theatres just to watch “Bajrangi Bhaijaan”. This was Salman Khan’s gift to the audiences on the occasion of Eid. The multi star cast of the film include Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Nawazuddin Siddique, and Harshaali Malhotra.
The film starts off with a Pakistani small village cheering for Pakistan cricket team as it was a crucial and nail biting match against India on television. The main character of the story is a little girl named Shahida, who was very beautiful; but had only one major complication-- she cannot speak.
As the girl’s parents discussed this serious matter with their elderly ones, one of them suggested to take her to Delhi to this wish-fulfilling Holy dargah. So Shahida’s mother took her to Delhi and did offer prayers in the holy dargah. As they were returning back to Pakistan, the train had to stop as there was a technical fault. That is when Shahida noticed a helpless lamb fallen in a pit. Being innocent and animal lover, she goes to rescue the lamb. And suddenly the train starts moving and she is left behind in an unknown country helpless and alone. Then not knowing which train to catch, she boards a different train and reaches Delhi.
Here she meets the man who is a complete honest and devoted to Lord Hanuman, Pavan Kumar Chaturvedi a.k.a Bajrangi (Salman Khan). Salman Khan’s entry in the movie was a mind blowing one, where he is seen pulling the cart of lord hanuman and sings the songs which is now the chartbuster “Selfie Le”. Once the song ends the little girl follows Salman for his help but as she cannot speak Salman tends to help her. When Salman was giveiving his introduction, to the audience on his way back to his would be wife’s house that was quite funny. In his childhood his father was not ahppy with him as he was not intelligent and bright student in studies neither was he good in wrestling.
Once Salman brought the girl home, His would be wife Rasika’s (Kareena Kapoor Khan) father was very furious. Pavan and Rasika tried their level best to find the identity the girl but was in vain as they had told every possible names of Indian states. The problem strikes when a match was going on in the television between India and Pakistan, when the little girl was very excited when Pakistan won the match. And then the whole family came to know that the little Munni was from our neighbouring country Pakistan. And not only she was from Pakistan but she was also Muslim by religion. That is when Rasika’s father told Pavan to drop the girl to Pakistan. So Pavan goes to a travel agent and ask for his help and he told that the problem will be solved as he has some connection via which Munni can be transported to Pakistan without passport. But the travel agent sold Munni to a brothel house. As Salman was not happy with his decision of leaving Munni alone he goes back to the travel agent and finds him taking Munni somewhere so Salman follow him. But he gets really angry and ferocious seeing that the travel agent had brought Munni to a brothel and was selling her. Then you will see some typical fight scenes of Salman khan as he rescues Munni and takes her away with him. And then he decides that he will drop Munni to Pakistan in her village. The film is directed by none other than Kabir Khan, the maker of Ek Tha Tiger, Kabul Express and New York which are in fact blockbusters. The film’s story was written by V.Vijayendra Prasad who actually did a great job by showing the mix of patriotism, love and brotherhood.
Once Pavan and Munni were inside Pakistan via illegal way, the story gets more interesting as he is framed as terrorist threat to Pakistan. That is when you will see Nawazuddin Siddique, he plays the character of Chand Nawab, a struggling Pakistani reporter. His character is a very important in this film. Now he decides to help Salman khan to get Munni to her family. As the journey begins, you will see some nice hilarious moments alongside with some intense moments as well. Nawazuddin Siddique has done some solid performances just by playing the role of Chand Nawab. You will see some amazing and picturesque locations. The song “Bhar de Jholi” sung by Adnan Sami was really a touching number. Music is given by Pritam Chakraborty and Julius Packiam was really good. The last part of the movie where Salman returns to India and suddenly Munni shouts her name was the best moment of the movie which will make u cry and melt you hearts. The little girl Munni has played the role with full justification far better than most of the actress like Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt.
So it is a must watch movie which has already made some huge records at the blockbuster. So what are waiting for just book your tickets and watch Bajrangi Bhaijaan.
Susweta Bose took up writing as to give flame to her insatiable thirst for knowing things in various sectors.