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Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Movie Review: Bhai's fans can watch his super action all the way till the end

Modified On: 24 April 2023 | Reviewed By:

Storyline: Bhaijaan is committed to living his life as a bachelor so that he can take care of his three younger brothers. But his life takes an unexpected turn when a beautiful woman walks into his life.

Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan

Director: Farhad Samji | Music Director: Tanishk Bagchi,Yo Yo Honey Singh,Devi Sri Prasad,Lijo George-DJ Chetas

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Review: This Bhai’s jaan are his brothers and they are his absolute priority. While they have already found their life partners, Bhaijaan is still flying solo. So, they desperately start looking out for a match for him. Walks in Bhagya Laxmi (Pooja Hegde), who not only fits the bill, but also shares her name with Bhaijaan's long gone ex-girlfriend. But this match is far more complicated than it looks, as Bhagya’s Hyderabadi family has a mysterious and dark past.

Director and co-writer Farhad Samji’s story throws in a lot of bloody action with little semblance to logic and normalcy. The first half tests your patience with scenes that intend to be funny, but are not. The loud performances don't help much. The story simply doesn’t kickstart until the interval. The romantic tracks between the three brothers Luv (Siddharth Nigam), Ishq (Raghav Juyal) and Moh (Jassie Gill) and their love interests Chahat (Vinali Bhatnagar), Sukoon (Shehnaaz Gill) and Muskaan (Palak Tiwari) respectively, totally lacks originality. The chemistry between Bhagya and Bhaijaan faces a few hiccups initially, but warms up along the way. Director keeps his screenplay busy with too many characters, and doesn't care much about fleshing them out. The less-than-average soundtrack simply adds to the runtime. However they are picturised well and are visually rich. The background score (Ravi Basrur) could have been a little less jarring and the film could have done with a tighter edit.

Salman Khan pumps in all his muscle literally, to make Bhaijaan’s character lovable and he succeeds in that. The actor still packs a punch as an action hero and has the charm to get away with exchanging goofy and adorable sweet nothings with his lady love. The jokes by the Bhai are some of the laugh-out-loud moments in the movie. It’s the stylish action (by ANL Arasu) that adds some quality to this film. Each sequence is very well choreographed with never-seen-before stylised stunts. South superstar Venkatesh and Salman pull out all stops to create high impact with their heavy-duty action scenes. Venkatesh (as Gundamaneni) lends heft to his character of a family patriarch, who will do whatever it takes to keep his loved ones safe. Pooja Hegde has a meaty role, which she pulls off confidently. The other three heroines have very little scope to perform. Their counterparts deliver a below-average performance.

This Salman Khan starrer plays to the gallery for his die-hard fans, as expected. but entertains only briefly. Too many characters, an unimpressive soundtrack, and most of all a weak screenplay that doesn't match up to Salman's star power is what lets the film down. However, Bhai's fans can look forward to watching his super action all the way till the end.

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