Bajrangi Bhaijaan invokes thought over Indo-Pak peace: Review by Amrishu Kumar (India)

bajrangi bhaijaan

Bajrangi Bhaijaan released last Friday i.e. 17th July 2015, is an Indian film that has an Indo-Pak theme. The movie is directed by Kabir Khan. It features Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Harshaali Malhotra and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. In the film, Harshali Malhotra who plays the role of a young, mute girl from Pakistan comes to India with her family but gets lost and stranded in India. Boarding a wrong train to reach back home, she ends up in another city where she meets Salman Khan who plays the role of an ardent Hanuman Bhakt. Salman takes up the duty to return her back home.

Here is a review by Amrishu Kumar, a student from Allahabad, India:

I watched Bajrangi Bhaijaan on its day of release in India. It is a classy movie woven with love to bind people of Indo-Pak together above hate, misunderstandings and all odds but conjunction of feelings for the sake of humanity. The movie was nicely and positively driven throughout 159 minutes especially due to sweet Harshaali Malhotra (Bacchi), comic Nawazuddin Siddiqui and the actor in new avator Salman Khan.

This is a must watch movie brilliantly directed by Kabir Khan. A good message was given to all the sections of society in the name of lord Hanuman and Ram on the eve of Eid. The second-half of the movie will drown one in emotions and will force one to think on many aspects viz. Indo-Pak relations, love and humanity. Awesome picturisation with landscapes mainly of Kashmir projected as Pakistan. One should definitely go for this movie for an alluring and never seen theme to experience. This movie has an excellent modern rendition of Bhar Do Jholi Ya Muhammad. It is a fitting response to the bigots i.e. love conquers hate on celluloid.

In last I’ll say, I laughed, cried, whooped & felt my heart swell with love. I suggest people of India and Pakistan to go and watch this movie!!


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