Sun. Dec 10th, 2023
Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Jaan Review

Release date : April 21, 2023

Bollywoodreviews.in Rating : 3.50/5

Director : Farhad Samji

Producer : Salma khan

Music Director : Ravi Basrur/ Devi Sri Parsad

Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Review

Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Jaan Review
image source.. Credit Salman khan Insta

Starring : Salman Khan,Puja Hegde, Siddharth Nigam, Raghav Juyal, Shehnaaj Gill, Jessi Gill, Bhumika Chawala,Jagpati Babu, Venkatesh Daggubati, Ram Charan,

Whenever there is a Salman Khan film coming up, there is a massive buzz all over. After the debacle of Wanted 2, Antim , Salman Khan is now back with Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan which has hit the screens all over today. Let’s see how it is.
Story
BhaiJaan (Salman khan) and his Three brothers And 1 Sis live a happy life in their village. A strict and serious BhaiJaan does not marry as he feels that if a girl enters his family, there would be problems between him and his brothers.

On the other hand, all his Three brothers are in love and want to get married soon. Knowing that in order for them to get married, they will have to convince BhaiJaan to marry first as he is the elder one. All of them get together, and make a plan and contact Bhagya (Puja Hegde) to somehow woo their brother.
When things seem to be going fine, Puja Hegde’s family is suddenly targeted by Rowdy Anna (Jagpati Babu ). Who is this Rowdy Anna? What does he have to do with Bhagya family? How does BhaiJaan save everyone? That forms the rest of the story.

Plus Points:-
Salman khan is undoubtedly the biggest attraction of BhaiJaan. He perfectly suits the elder brother’s character and carries the entire film on his shoulders. Right from Bhaijaan traditional look to his classy dialogues, the star hero does full justice and impresses in an author backed role.

Puja Hegde is perfectly cast as BhaiJaan’s love interest and all her romantic scenes with him are hugely entertaining. The first half has some decent comedy, romance and slick action sequences making the proceedings quite interesting.

BhaiJaan chemistry with all his brothers is also very good. Siddharth Jessy and others do their supporting roles quite well. Ali is good with his comedy during the first half.

Minus Points:-

The entire film has been written keeping Salman Khan in mind.  Is Shahnaz Siddharth Raghav’s presence in the film equal to no.  Film dekhi dekhi aapko lagegi kyunki because already on the story of the film you have made films like Veeram, Kataramayudu.

The interval bang is just about okay and does not have much depth. The story of the film is quite routine and has some predictable scenes throughout the film. Things get disappointing during the second half as too many fights and dull emotions disappoint things a bit.

music is the biggest disappointment for the film as none of his songs impress one bit and even come as speed breakers in the second half. There are not many twists during the second half as the film becomes quite slow during this time.

In spite of doing a superb job, Venkatesh role has been wasted in the film. The second half has no proper conflict of interest between the hero and villain as Jagpati looks pretty weak in front of BhaiJaan star status.

Verdict:-

On the whole, BhaiJaan is a treat for all Salman khan fans. The star hero’s emotional performance, traditional look, and superb fun during the first half are huge assets for the film.  Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan is bound to do well among the masses but we need to see how the film fares in the overseas market. If you ignore the routine story line and a slightly dull second half, BhaiJaan is one film which ends up as a decent watch this summer.