Kisi ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan starring Salman Khan, Venkatesh, Jagapathi Babu and pooja Hedge in the key role has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it fares.
Story: Kisi ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan is the story of a man and his three brothers. Bhaijaan (Salman Khan) lives in Delhi in a neighbourhood where he’s much revered and respected. A corrupt wealthy man Mahavir (Vijender Singh) wants to usurp the neighbourhood for commercial gains. But he’s unable to do so due to Bhaijaan and his power. Bhaijaan meanwhile has three brothers, Moh (Jassie Gill), Ishq (Raghav Juyal) and Love (Siddharth Nigam). The quartet has vowed never to marry as they feel that their to-be partners will separate them. But Moh, Ishq and Love are secretly dating Muskaan (Palak Tiwari), Sukoon (Shehnaaz Gill) and Chahat (Vinali Bhatnagar) respectively. Nadeem chacha (Satish Kaushik) and his two friends (Tej Sapru, Aasif Sheikh) from the neighbourhood learn about their love affairs. They caution them that if Bhaijaan learns about it, he’ll be devastated. Hence, the brothers and their lovers decide to find a partner for Bhaijaan.
As luck would have it, they come across Bhagylaxmi aka Bhagya (Pooja Hegde) and they conclude that she fits the bill. Fortunately, Bhagya also falls for Bhaijaan and gels well with the brothers, especially when the brothers tell Bhagya that Bhaijaan is a non-violent person, just like Bhagya’s elder brother Balakrishna (Venkatesh Daggubati). Bhaijaan, too, develops feelings for her and he goes ahead once he realizes that Bhagya won’t cause problems between them. Bhagya decides to head to Hyderabad with Bhaijaan to introduce him to his family. On the way, both get attacked and Bhaijaan violently finishes off the opponents. Bhagya gets the shock of her life and fears that the peace-loving Balakrishna would never accept him. What happens next, forms crucial crux of the film.
Performances: Salman Khan is absolutely fantastic in the trailer made character. He screen presence and outstanding swag will literally bring goosebumps to the proceedings in the initial part of story.
His makeover asa a typical South Indian adds the authentic to powerful role he portrayed. Other key roles played by Venkatesh and Jagapathi Babu are perfectly fitted in the role. Ram Charan,’s cameo is special song will
Has enough fan moments.
Pooja Hegde is cute on screen and her on screen chemistry with Salman Khan is adorable. Other artists who played key roles are fine in their respective roles.
Technicalities: Editing work is okay and so is the case with the dialogue version. The dialogues strictly okay but could have been even better.
Photography work is colourful as the entire film looks on a lavish note. Music composed by various musician is okay and adds vibe to the entire movie .
Production values for this high-budget entertainer is grandeur. As so the case with the production design.
Analysis: Farhad Samiji handles the film largely on an. engaging note. A few scenes are exceptionally written and thought of but some major scenes in the second half lack meat. Farhad Samji’s dialogues are strictly okay. A film like this ought to have more funny and power-packed dialogues.
starts on a rocking note. Bhaijaan’s entry is literally whistle-worthy and would be loved by the fans. Bhagyashree’s cameo is terrific. The entry scene of Bhagya and the subsequent scenes are not funny but will leave a smile on the viewers’ faces. The best is reserved for the intermission point. It is easily the most rocking part of the film and will lead to madness in the theatres. There’ is an important twist at this point that further adds to the fun. In the second half, two scenes that stand out are Balakrishna agreeing to apologize to Nageshwar (Jagapathi Bapu) and Balakrishna and Bhaijaan’s conversation in the car.
Verdict: Typical mass entertainer!