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Bajrangi Bhaijaan

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17 Jul, 2015 2 hrs 39 mins U/A
Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Ali Quli, Deepti Naval, Om Puri
Synopsis
Bajrangi Bhaijaan is Salman Khan's most daring film where Salman presents a beautiful performance - but allows the story to be the real dabangg.
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Story:
Devout Bajrangi meets a speech-impaired child in India, separated from her family - in Pakistan. Can Bajrangi ensure she gets home safely - and he does too?

Review: So, Bajrangi Bhaijaan is Salman Khan's most daring film where Salman presents a beautiful performance - but allows the story to be the real dabangg. Pawan (Salman) aka 'Bajrangi' is a devout Shri Hanuman bhakt who meets a speech-impaired child (Harshaali) wandering alone, hungry and silent. Bajrangi decides to help the child, whom he calls Munni, return to her family - which is in Pakistan.

Facing borders and biases, lacking a visa, called a spy, can Bajrangi get Munni home - and return to India himself?

With Bajrangi, you meet a whole new Salman - this is not the shirt-ripping, ab-flaunting, dialogue-maro-ing Khan but a simple, innocent and honest man, who fails, gets tricked and beaten up - but never shaken from his purpose. With gentleness and no gimmicks, Salman puts on a polished, luminous performance - and is matched by little Harshaali, whose vulnerability and warmth are amazing.

Add a crackling Nawazuddin, as small-time Pakistani journalist Chand Nawab, hungry for 'Bariking News' but moved beyond TRPs by Bajrangi's quest, and the screen's alight with lovely acting, with a hilarious 'Begum', a child who glows and wanes like the sun, humans who treasure humanity beyond barbed wire and border guards.

Alongside memorable performances (Om Puri chuckles through a Maulvi cameo while Sharat Saxena wrestles with prejudice as Bajrangi's potential father-in-law), the story features gentle comedy - Bajrangi's chats with Pakistan's border security are hilarious - and soulful qawallis. Its beautiful visuals travel unobtrusively from mohallas to mountain peaks, across priceless moments including Bajrangi's panic-struck stammering to pretty fiancé Rasika (Kareena), "Munni, woh, woh - woh hai!"

The plot could be tighter, sagging slightly until Nawaz's lively entry. However, you see a director evolve - Kabir Khan's fascination with borders shows again, but while his Ek Tha Tiger was a glamorous cosmopolitan cocktail, Bajrangi Bhaijaan is a pure South Asian jalebi, rounded, warm, simple and sweet. Kabir captures the tension of India-Pakistan without negativity and with soft charm, skillfully using a superstar as an actor, a child artist as a superstar and a border as a muse that opens up the world.

Bajrangi Bhaijaan emphasizes how, amidst visas and wars, there are also angels about who don't see doors. They see homes, lives and children - and sometimes, children see angels too.

It makes a beautiful, mubarak point - one that's very dabangg too.
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Avg Users’ Rating 4.5/5 ( 1069 users )
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Manoj Desai
Very touching. Has a great meaning of humanity . Which seems to be missing these days in this world 🌎! Salmankhan''s acting was a exceptional! The girl in movie was really innocent like an angel ! Even though it''s a movie there are a lot of lessons to be learn !
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Aman Thakur
Excellent movie having love and feelings. Its quite emotional movie.
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Mostafa Sabri
such an amazing movie , I admired it , Greetings From Egypt
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