Bajrangi Bhaijaan Movie Review | In reality everything about the movie is entirely Different
If you read Movie reviews before going to watch one, then Let I tell you most of the Bajrangi Bhaijaan reviews which came yesterday, are grossly inaccurate. I watched first show today and can tell you some things with certainty:
- The movie doesn’t lack traction or engagement in the first Half. The entire movie is very engaging. And you can’t divide the movie in two parts, pre and post intermission.
- Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s entry in the second half doesn’t make the movie more interesting or makes the movie more paced. Actually I felt the entire opposite. Nawazuddin’s role in Bajrangi Bhaijaan gels so well with the plot, that you don’t realize the exact moment he enters the movie.
- Kareena Kapoor is wrongly being tagged as something come and go. Even in small presences she looks authentic and does justice to her character.
- Salman Khan looks real in his character. Why? As the role brings out something honest about him.
Things which most reviews nailed in accurately are brilliant scenery and compact plot. The Child actor, Harshila, who plays the role of a Pakistani child, who gets detached from her mother, while on a trip to India; is one of the best aspects about the Bajrangi Bhaijaan.
Even when movie’s basic plot has to do much with India and Pakistan; it gives you ample moments to feel emotional about. In addition, the movie offers ample intelligent moments as well; where the viewer not only claps, giggles and laughs; he/she keeps trying to anticipate the plot as well.
Tell you the movie is a must watch… It’s different… It’s about something, which no other movie about India -Pakistan in the past, managed to touch.
Do watch the movie… and see for yourself which chord in you, Bajrangi Bhaijaan touches.