Salman Khan’s latest Eid release “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan” directed by Farhad Samji has been the talk of the town due to its promotional buzz and stellar cast. Salman’s fans have high expectations from the film after his recent disappointments with “Radhe,” “Race 3,” and “Bharat.” In this review, we will explore whether this larger-than-life masala entertainer can revive his career or not.
Review Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan
|Name of Movie
|Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan
|Movie Release Date
|21st April 2023
|Box Office Day 1, Day 2 Booking Collection
|Actors and Co-Actors
|Salman Khan, Pooja Hegde, Shehnaaz Gill, Jassi Gill, Raghav Juyal, Venkatesh, Bhumika Chawla, Siddharth Nigam, Palak Tiwari, Abdu Rozik, Ram Charan, and Amrita Puri
|Hindi, Tamil, Telugu
|Day 1 Box Office Collection
|Budget of Movie
|OTT Release Date
The film’s storyline revolves around Bhai Jaan (Salman Khan), a doting elder brother who has chosen to remain unmarried to take care of his younger siblings Luv (Sidharth Nigam), Ishq (Raghav Juyal), and Moh (Jassie Gill). All his brothers are dating and have hidden this from him. Their motive is to make him fall in love so that all of them can get settled. Enter Bhagyalakshmi aka Baggy (Pooja Hegde). With a few meet-cutes and two songs later, Bhaijaan and Bhagya fall for each other. However, the second half introduces Annaiya (Venkatesh), Bhagya’s brother, bonding with Salman over past family feuds and saving his family from a psycho don.
The film’s execution is sloppy and fragmented with a weak screenplay that is filled with many characters but nothing meaty coming out of almost half of them, creating a mess. The narrative seems like a series of joyful coincidences happening one after the other, with the first half of the story seeming to be a movie in and of itself.
Salman Khan Aura:
The film doesn’t have much to offer in terms of script or story. However, for all the Salman Khan fans out there, there are punches, kicks, bloodshed, and of course, ‘the classic shirtless moment.’ Salman Khan offers you three different looks in the span of these 2 hours and 40 minutes. His aura and charm are never to be doubted, but it all goes in the mud when he ends up choosing such scripts.
The movie has a plethora of performers, but unfortunately, none of them stand out. Virendra Singh (Mahavir), played by Pankaj Tripathi, is the local mafia who tries to take on Bhaijaan (Salman Khan), but his boxing skills are no match for Bhai’s punches. The three brothers, played by Raghav Juyal, Siddharth Nigam, and Jassie Gill, share a good camaraderie, but their bromance gets too loud at times, and their emotions seem forced. The three females who play their girlfriends, Shehnaaz Gill, Palak Tiwari, and Vinali Bhatnagar, add nothing to the story and serve only as props. Pooja Hegde is lively and energetic with her antics, but her screen presence is just bearable. Satish Kaushik, Bhumika Chawla, and others deliver what they are asked to, while Venkatesh Daggubati, as Annaiya, shows conviction and has an amazing screen presence, but his role is underutilized due to the weak script. The cameo of Ram Charan in the song ‘Yentama’ steals the show, and Bhagyalakshmi with her ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ meta is a good addition.
Music and Dialogues:
Salman Khan films are known for their head-hammering dialogues and one-liners, and KKBKKJ is no exception. The cringy lines rhyming with ‘Vande Matram’, such as ‘Insaaniyat main hai bada dum, Vande Mataram’, will keep hitting you throughout the movie. The soundtrack is less than average, and the forgettable numbers only add to the runtime. However, they are picturized well and visually rich.
KKBKKJ is a larger-than-life actioner with everything from romance to family drama to kicks and punches, but it fails to entertain. It has an over-populated screenplay with weak performances and an underutilized cast. Even Salman Khan seems unsure about the film’s success, as he relies heavily on the background score and the film characters to create the ‘seeti maar’ moments. Overall, KKBKKJ is like the ‘elaichi’ in your Eid ki Biryani, a necessary ingredient, but not enough to make the dish memorable. Salman Khan is your eidi, the real reason you are watching the movie.
Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Budget:
Kisi ka Bhai kisi ki Jaan Movie’s Budget is 225 Corers.
When “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan” will be Release at Box Office?
Salman Khan’s starer has released Movie on the 21st of April 2023 in cinemas.
How Many Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Box Office Collection Day 1?
It is expected the film will earn around 12.5 Cr from its opening day.