Bajrangi Bhaijaan Movie Review

Salman Khan has actually embedded his good soul into Bajrangi Bhaijaan movie. He gives his career best performance in this film. Sensibly and logically, it is trying to rationalize religion, nationalism, hatred, love and emotions. But wait. Salman is not the real hero here; its that little mute kid, who gets lost in India. Delhi and Selfie, both play prominent part in this feature.Bajrangi Bhaijaan Movie Review

We all know about Salman’s secular credentials. He often talks about the multi-religious ethnicity of his family. But this time, he brings this ideology to the themes of his films also. And this single thing made the movie memorable.

Now lets come to the story of the film. In Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Salman plays the lead role of Pawan Chaturvedi aka Bajrangi bhakt. As a Hanuman worship, he never lie, never cheat anyone. Pawan also has a habit of bowing down in front of monkeys whom he considers avatars of Lord Hanuman. Then he met a little mute girl(Shahida aka Munni), who loses her way from Pakistan and lands up in India. In the first half of the film, Pawan tries to find out who is Munni and what her place of origin is.Bajrangi-Bhaijaan-full-movie

Kareena Kapoor Khan (Rasika) plays the role of Salman’s love interest. This is the only character who wares colorful and glamour dresses. Her role in the film is so limited.

When Salman (Pawan) came to know that the child is from Pakistan, he takes the responsibility to reunite the child with her parents. After taking few risks Pawan landed in Pakistan with Munni. To know the later part of the story, you should visit a cinema hall.

The most crucial part of the film is its climax. We are not going to spill the beans, just remember that it is the Bajrangi Bhaijaan’s big surprise. Nawazuddin also plays a key role in the film and his acting is just superb.

We suggest you to watch Bajrangi Bhaijaan, even if you are not a Salman Khan fan. I bet Harshaali’s eye, smile and acting will steal your heart. It is a super entertaining film of 2015.