Star cast – Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, Bobby Deol, Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, Saqib Saleem and Freddy Daruwala
Director – Remo D’Souza
Production Studio – Tips & Salman Khan films
Rating – 2.5
Looking at the plot of the film, it has several changes as compared to the two earlier series of this famous franchise. We do not see the same Ranveer Singh along with RD as Anil Kapoor. This time we have altogether a different story and characters played by the lead actor Salman Khan and Anil Kapoor. The film is a healthy family entertainer with too many of action and drama that has helped it to make it relevant to the festive release.
Looking at the content of the film it deals with the borderline crime; however, the makers have kept it vindictive and ruthless at the core. You can find too many twists and turns giving you a roller coaster ride while you catch the film, which would undoubtedly be going to take the audience to a surprise thanks to the sheer unpredictability found in it. Thus giving you the audience some high octane climax along with betrayals and drama backed with faster guns and cars along with the sleek action that remains never seen over the silver screen. Thanks to the action and drama, which leads to a shocking twist found in the climax can take away your breath but trust me you may not see anything worthy content to enjoy with the film. That has been the epitome of the film.
On the flip side, what we seen is some laughing stock coming in the form of cheesy dialogues, the slow-motion action stunts of Salman Khan and the infamous dialogue of Daisy Shah, which in a sense can be called going misfire yet it will make huge over the box office after all it happens to be the Bhai movie released on the festive time of Eid. Well, now talking about the other elements like performance, Salman is as usually seen in his previous films like the Tiger franchise.
He in his action role seemed promising though has similar sort of performance and acting that didn’t seem too impressive. Jacqueline Fernandez and Daisy Shah were just kept to boost up the glam element soaring the temperatures around to some extent while Anil seemed better this time that even overshadowed other characters in the film. The music and dance were okay, and so was the photography that will help you catch some of the fabulous scenes and picturesque locations of UAE, Thailand and Middle East countries.
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It is a typical movie from Salman Khan with too much of action and thrill that remains attractive for an audience of all class and age group. It can be interesting to catch this festive season provided you happened to be Bhaijaan’s fan. Still, if you have planned to catch the movie better watch it on your own risk.
Although Jeetu Likhar grew up with strict parents and was never allowed to have videogames or consoles at home, his relationship with gaming started at a young age through social interactions at gaming centres and his friends houses. With the advent of social media and the internet, he fell in love with gaming and movies even more because of how strong the bond of the online community was. Although now he is married with two kids, a beautiful job, and a comfortable job at a bank, gaming will always hold a special place in his heart.