Cast: Salman Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Harshaali Malhotra
Director: Kabir Khan
The very first reason I would say I liked watching this one was because this one was made without the jingoism of hurting Pakistan. There were instances that they could have hurt sentiments of our neighbours but the dialogue writer did a very good job here. As a country we should be more mature about making films and this one is a good example.
In this movie you will see a different avtar of Salman Khan. He is a kind hearted, vegetarian, Hanuman bhakt who never lies, no matter where and why. He comes to Delhi for a job and meets Kareena Kapoor here who is a brahmin and also vegetarian. Salman Khan finds a little girl who can not speak and is lost in India. He then comes to know she is from Pakistan and decides to take her back. But there was some issues. He doesn’t have a passport, he doesn’t lie as mentioned above and he is 100% vegetarian.
The rest of story revolves around how he manages to return the girl safely. Nawazuddin comes in second half of the movie and no matter who he acts with, you can not just ignore this man, he is too good in whatever he does. In this one he has played the role of a Pakistani journalist and his comic timing is just awesome.
When it comes to Salman’s movie we have two kind of audiences, one who will go for the movie no matter if its a good or bad one because they are blind followers of Salman and second are the ones who will try to understand whether the movie is worth watching. This one will be loved by both, not because of being a sensible and logical movie (its not) but because of the feel good factor and super entertainment.
Yes, this movie should be watched and will bring smile to not only Indian audiences but Pakistan audiences too.
PS: Watch it for the little Harshaali Malhotra. A critic called her the WCD –Weapon of Critic Destruction and I totally agree. She single handedly takes care of all problems the film has and makes this a amazing ride.