Director : Farhad Samji
Genre : Action, Drama
Our rating :
Salman Khan's latest release Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan has finally hit the theatres. While Salman fans have gone gaga over the most anticipated movie, is this star-studded film worth your time and money? Here's our honest movie review of Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. May we say, for people who are planning on to watch this Bollywood movie, you will find everything here - action, drama. romance, comedy, entertainment - but there's the logic that is missing throughout the plot.
Let's dive straight into the movie review.
Bhaijaan (played by Salman Khan) decides not to get married as he is afraid that a girl will separate him from his lovely brothers Moh (Jassie Gill), Love (Siddharth Nigam), and Ishq (Raghav Juyal). His life changes when a Hyderabadi girl named Bhagya Lakshmi Gundamaneni (played by Pooja Hegde) enters his house as a tenant and surprisingly changes his perspective toward marriage.
Soon Bhaijaan gets to know that some goons are after Bhagya Lakshmi and are attacking her. The movie answers who is Bhagya Lakshmi and why is she the target of the goons.
Salman Khan is back as always with his action-packed emotional drama which shows him as the lead actor with long, flowing hair, who talks about fraternal love and social duty. His new hairstyle has surprised his fans. Pooja Hegde's performance was also impressive. Venkatesh Daggubati's presence in the film is a huge deal and Jagapathi Babu's acting as a villain has added extra crispness to the film.
Ram Charan also had a special cameo in the film. Meanwhile, other cast includes Raghav Juyal, Siddharth Nigam, Shehnaaz Gill, Jassie Gill, and Palak Tiwari who also performed well.
If you are looking for an out-and-out family drama filled with action scenes and emotional nonsense, then it is a must-watch for you.
For the unversed, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan is an official remake of the Tamil blockbuster, Veeram (2014). However, it fails to impress the audience with its star-studded cast and less entertaining scenes. The movie is like a boring ride of dreary melodrama, dowdy faceoffs, and forcibly squeezed-in songs every few minutes for the lamest of reasons.
The script lacks novelty for sure, and you can easily predict the next scene. The connectivity between the scenes is not at all established well.
If we talk about Jagapathi Babu, the antagonist of the film who seeks revenge, should have been shown as a powerful villain. But his dialogues and actions do not match the role he is performing. Also, Bhumika Chawla's role was just another amenity that was unnecessary and how.
Directed by Farhad Samji, the movie was full of awkward moments where sensible moviegoers fail to analyze the importance of any character in a particular scene and most of the time, the relevance of the scene in the film itself.
It would be a good remake if only the makers took the plot seriously. But if you are looking for a Bollywood film with a South Indian tadka, then you must watch Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ka Jaan. Also, the die-hard fans of Salman Khan will be surprised to see him in his new avatar. Radio City rates Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan a 2.5 stars out of 5.
Have you seen this latest Bollywood release yet? If yes, what's your review?
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