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Five USPs of BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN, besides Salman Khan. (A preview by Bobby Sing)
17 Jul, 2015 | Articles on Cinema

Bajrangi BhaijaanIn 2008, director Mehreen Jabbar from Pakistan came up with a tense drama titled 'Ramchand Pakistani' that was reportedly based on a true story of a Pakistani Hindu dalit family living near the border separating the two neighbouring countries.
The 8 year old kid and his father from the small family unconsciously cross the border between India and Pakistan and then are forced to live in an Indian jail for years, while the uninformed mother doesn’t even know where they are and what has happened to them at all. Receiving appreciation from the critics, the film featured Nandita Das as the mother and was one of those rare Pakistani films where the key characters of the storyline belonged to the Hindu community.
Anyway, 7 years after 'Ramchand Pakistani', we now have 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' as an Indian film made around a similar plot featuring an adorable little girl playing the lost Pakistani kid in India, who is rescued by Salman Khan.
However, here the plot and Salman are not the only two exciting features of 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', as the film has five more promising USP’s to ensure a completely different experience altogether compared to Salman’s last few ventures:
1. The Director - Kabir Khan as the captain of the ship is certainly a more convincing name in comparison to Sajid Nadiadwala, Arbaaz Khan, Sohail Khan, Siddique, Abhinav Kashyap or Aneez Bazmee - the directors Salman Khan has worked with in recent past and churned blockbusters.
2. Harshali Malhotra - With a cute little girl as its central character, the film is sure to reach the younger audiences below 15 in a bigger manner than any other Salman film from the past.
3. Pakistan – Salman travelling from India to Pakistan for the little girl, reminds you of the fiery Tara Singh of 'Gadar: Ek Prem Katha'. And if the film even has a few equally explosive scenes with Salman posing as Tara in Pakistan, it’s going to be a big treat for the fans, especially for single-screen viewers.
4. Nawazuddin Siddiqui – Becoming the backbone of many known projects in the recent years, Nawazuddin is once again there with Salman providing a rock solid support that was also clearly visible in their 'Kick'.
5. Lord Hanuman – Above all, here we have Salman playing a big devotee of Lord Hanuman as suggested by the title. And if the script has some great entertaining sequences with reference to the beloved Bajrang Bali being there with the team as their divine savior, ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ has all the indications of making it real big at the box office this Eid weekend.
Cheers!
This article of BTC was published at IBNlive.com on 16th July 2015 with the heading:

“Besides Salman Khan, 5 things to look forward to in 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan" - By Bobby Sing

Link:
http://www.ibnlive.com/news/movies/besides-salman-khan-5-things-to-look-forward-to-in-bajrangi-bhaijaan-1021028.html

 


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17 Jul 2015 / Comment ( 2 )
avik

Hi sir,
Just came out witnessing the festival called "salman bhai movie in eid".. It's a salman khan movie without salman bhai in it..
It's raining like anything here in Kolkata and still u hv hundreds of fans shouting outside the theatre..

Waiting for your review.. There are several loopholes but it has its heart in the right place.. Btw sir pls check if the indo pak matches shown in two different scenarios are same or not..

P.S still waiting for your mail response :(

Bobby Sing

The review is now live at site Avik and regarding the match, I also doubt that perhaps those clips were of the same match, but not sure.
Anyway, do read the review and post your comment too.

Cheers!

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