Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015)
Release date: 16-07-2015
Producer: Salman Khan Films
Directed by: Kabir Khan
Synopsis: A 5 years old girl from Pakistan gets separated from her mother at an Indian railway station.
Lost and hungry she finds shelter at the home of Pavan,an ardent devotee of Hanuman, a devout Hindu and hailing from a robust wrestling family.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan is the moving story of Pavan's quest to unite the child with her parents against all odds. Set against the backdrop of colourful Chandni Chowk, the film travels from the heartland of Punjab, through the deserts of Rajasthan, over the snow-capped mountains of Kashmir
Bajrangi Bhaijaan tells the story of how Pavan, who will move heaven and earth to fulfil the promise he made to the girl from across the border.
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Bajrangi Bhaijaan, directed by Kabir Khan is about a 6-year old mute Pakistani girl who gets lost in India and meets an Indian, Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi, who helps her reunite with her family. The film stars Salman, Kareena, child artiste Harshaali and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in main roles. Kabir Khan creates a lovable character in Salman’s Bajrangi, who is academically challenged and will never lie even in the most dangerous of scenarios where his life might be at stake, because he is a bhakt of Bajrang Bali. However, his humanity and the plight of the mute little Pakistani girl makes Bajrangi challenge his core beliefs, which he sees in a new light in order to get the girl back to her parents. Salman underplays his larger than life figure in this film to good effect, and will probably be cheered as Bajrangi Bhaijan in public appearances from now on. Kareena thankfully is not just reduced to a glamorous figure in this movie, but is surely one of her more memorable performances in recent times. Nawazudin Siddiqui has the entire audience in splits, and that too within 3 seconds of him coming on screen. For how he does that you really need to watch the film! As you see more of him, it seems the best lines of any film are always kept aside for Nawazudin, who knows how to do full justice to them. The little girl Harshali is quite the discovery. She has been directed very well, and it is going to be very difficult for any child artist to trump this performance of hers in the future. And yes, she is adorable! The supporting characters fit well in their roles and aid the progress of the movie- whether they are the Pakistani security forces or others that come along the way. The background score is fantastic throughout and has the ability to make you well up with tears at some of the emotional high points of the film. But the biggest trump card that director Kabir Khan displays is the tact with which he handles the India-Pakistan issue, in a film that will be loved as much across the border as it will be loved here. He is the real hero of the film thanks to the ingenuity with which he mixes patriotism, comedy and emotion in a tight entertainer. 4.5 stars is what were going to go for….because it seems ki iss baar, Nawazudin aur Salman saath mein apni Eidi lene aaye hai!