Salman Khan is back with his new venture, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, which is an official remake of the Tamil movie ‘Veeram, starring Ajith Kumar and Tamannaah Bhatia. Salman Khan’s relationship with Eid is very special for him; it all started with the movie Dabangg. The relationship with Eid is still running successfully as of now. It is beneficial to open a big number at the box office despite having some mediocre content. This time Salman Khan has tied up with Farhad Samji, who is notorious for his comedy movies, which don’t have any comedy and are mediocre in content. For instance, in Housefull 3&4, Bachchhan Pandey. Farhad has gotten the project of Hera Pheri 3, and many netizens are demanding that he back out from the project. Let’s dive into the Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Movie Review.
The movie revolves around Bhaijaan (Salman Khan), who is a self-defence trainer by occupation and lives with his three brothers, Moh, Ishq, and Love. He used violence to solve any conflict between people, but when he met Bhagyalaxmi (Pooja Hegde), he made up his mind to mend his ways for Bhagyalaxmi. When Bhaijaan arrived at his girlfriend’s house, he got to know that Bhagyalaxmi’s family are in danger as Nageshwar wanted to take revenge on Balakrishna Gundamaneni, the brother of Bhagyalaxmi. Bhaijaan has to save everyone without their knowledge; that’s the plot of the movie. One can be sceptical of Salman Khan’s choice of movie, as ‘Veeram’ was not an ordinary movie; it was a simple movie that was released in 2014, and being aware of the Bollywood circumstances where audiences want fresh content and don’t rely on remakes, it’s a bizarre opinion to remake ‘Veeram’.
In the movie, we see Satish Kaushik in a cameo. It was so good to see Satish Kaushik on the big screen one last time after his unfortunate demise. He plays the role of an advisor, and his role gives you a sense of realism in the movie, as everything else is over the top. The opening sequences give you some funny moments, as the chemistry between the brothers feels genuine. After that, the movie focuses on a flashback, which gives nostalgia to 90s kids. As it showcases the hardship of the Bhaijaan and how he manages to survive and feed his brother, you will watch the scene with a smile on your face.
The action sequences are over the top, for instance, lifting a car with bare hands just to get some chuckles, and the most hyped rain action sequence is heavily edited, and having too many cuts takes away the raw form of the action sequence, which could have been the plus point for the movie. Salman Khan, as the action hero, is everyone’s favourite and loves it. In one scene, Salman hit several goons in the train, which was impressive to watch. The best part of the movie has to be the action sequence that takes place outside Bhagyalaxmi’s house as Bhaijaan and his three brothers fight with goons in the evening, and the shot taken from the drone looks so badass when brothers beat goons in a syncing manner.
In the cringe-worthy dialogue of the movie, there is not a single dialogue that one can remember, as all the dialogue is very cheesy. Despite having Salman Khan, all the dialogue fell miserably, as Salman Khan is famous for his dialogue. For instance, Bodyguard, Wanted, Dabangg and Sultan’s dialogues are still famous among the locals, and people use them in their daily conversations. One can’t say the same about the Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Movie. Kisi ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan has a runtime of 2 hours and 24 minutes, but in that time it has 8 songs, which don’t enhance the movie at all. The choreography of the songs is laughable, and the lyrics are absurd to listen to. Overall, it is not as bad as it seems from its trailer, and we don’t recommend watching it in the theatre. Wait till it releases on Zee5, and if you are a diehard Salman Khan fan, then you should watch it in a theatre.
The star cast of this movie is huge, but no one has done an exceptional job to merit praise, neither Shehnaz Gill nor Palak Tiwari. The whole movie is carried out by Salman Khan’s aura. Now we are eagerly waiting for Tiger 3, as it would be the perfect movie for Salman Khan and his fans. So that’s the Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan movie review by PXGMovies; you can also check out the Veeram Movie Review.