Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, starring Salman Khan – Is it worth watching?

Salman Khan and Pooja Hegde play key roles in the multi-starrer film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. Shehnaaz Gill, Raghav Juyal, Jassie Gill, Palak Tiwari, Siddharth Nigam, Jagapathi Babu, Venkatesh, and Vijender Singh are some of the supporting actors.

Farhad Samji, the director of Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, directed the film with the sole intention of garnering Salman Khan’s fan base rather than creating a watchable film. The plot, in which a brother chooses to take care of his brothers instead of getting married, seems repetitive. Numerous films have used this formula.

In order to take care of his three brothers, Bhaijaan, played by Salman Khan, swore to live a solitary life. But when a stunning woman enters his life, things change abruptly.

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Reviewing the story line for the film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan

Farhad Samji, Sparsh Khetarpal, and Tasha Bhambra wrote the screenplay to set this Veeram remake apart from the original, which was written by Siva in 2014. Salman Khan is being asked to perform actions that he has carried out a lot of times in order to celebrate his stardom, and the script has been rewritten to reflect this.

Farhad Samji, the film’s director and co-writer, scatters a lot of violent action across the narrative without much in the way of rationality or sanity. The first half of the movie will test your patience level. The boisterous performances don’t really help.  The love interests of the three brothers Luv (Siddharth Nigam), Ishq (Raghav Juyal), and Moh (Jassie Gill), respectively, are Chahat (Vinali Bhatnagar), Sukoon (Shehnaaz Gill), and Muskaan (Palak Tiwari), and their romantic songs are dull and also boring. With very little opportunity to perform, the other three heroines are merely used as props in the movie Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan.

Pooja Hegde and Salman Khan’s chemistry in the movie Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan has a few kinks at first but grows over time. Samji overcrowds his screenplay with characters and doesn’t give them much development. They clog up the story without adding anything entertaining or artistically worthwhile. With one uninteresting song after another, the subpar soundtrack lengthens the film.

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Salman Khan still charms his fans

Salman Khan gave his all to make Bhaijaan’s character likeable, and he is successful in doing so. The actor is still a formidable action hero, and he is charming enough to get away with giggling and adorably flirting with Pooja Hegde, who is almost 25 years younger than him. He keeps up his larger-than-life persona.

Salman and Venkatesh, two super stars of the nation, go all out to make their intense action scenes impactful. Venkatesh brings depth to his part as a family patriarch who will stop at nothing to defend those he loves.

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With their intense action sequences, South Indian superstars Salman and Venkatesh go above and beyond to make a mark. The figure of a family patriarch who will go to any lengths to protect his loved ones is given weight by Venkatesh (as Gundamaneni). Pooja Hegde has a substantial role, which she executes with assurance, but the role has nothing new to offer.  With no conviction in their writing, the guys give a mediocre performance. Actor Jagapathi Babu, from Telugu, is striking as the villain.

What didn’t work in the movie Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan?

For his devoted admirers, Salman Khan’s latest film plays to the crowd. It is a big-budget action movie featuring violent bloodshed and an abundance of drama. The film’s flaws include having too many characters, mediocre music, and a weak storyline that doesn’t live up to Salman’s star power. Fans of Bhai, on the other hand, may anticipate seeing him finish off the bad guys and several shirtless scenes. Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan is a one-time-watch movie, and the fans seem dissatisfied.

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