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Movie Review: Jawani Hamari Jaaneman Thi, Salman will rule the hearts once again

Desh logo se banta hai aur logo ki pehchaan,unke parivar se hoti hai,tujhmey pura desh hai bharat.yes, I am talking about the recent upcoming film “Bharat”.Bharat is an indomitable film about a seventy-year-old man, whose name is Bharat. The film revolves around his journey of searching his father, from which he got separated during the partition of India and Pakistan, and thereby at the stance of partition his father told him that he will be the leader(mukhiya)of the family.

The entanglement of emotional touch, mind-blowing performances,well-written screenplay, fantastic cinematography, entertainment aspect, involving storyline, unique music and impactful direction, makes the film, a masterpiece in the history of Salman Khan’s career after Bajrangi Bhaijaan.In the film, it is depicted that the date of Salman Khan’s birthday is on 15th August, to which the significance you would know when you would see the film. As far as the comedy is concerned, Sunil Grover and Brijendra Kala have done an amazing job. The glamour and cinematography in the song slow motion is an eye-candy for the viewers, in addition to it, the chemistry between Salman Khan and Disha Patani, is simply adorable.

The film has been shot on various locations like Malta, Abu Dhabi, Spain, Punjab, and Delhi, signifying eye tracked diversification. The story is presented in such a way that after every ten years the look of Salman khan changes, to promote better characterization. Apart from Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif has performed very well as an actress in her role of ‘Madam Sir’.

Other actors like Nora Fateh, Tabu, Disha Patni and Jackie Shroff have performed decently well. Apart from the collaboration of Ali Abbas Zafar and Salman Khan, once again after “Tiger Zinda Hai”, there is one more collaboration which you would notice here after eight years, and that is of Salman Khan and Jackie Shroff, as lastly, they came together in “Veer”. The film is a roller coaster which would give you laughter as well as emotional breakdowns, several times throughout its whole track. The film is a Hindi adaptation of the Korean film”Ode To My Father”, directed by Yoon Je-kyoon. The filmmakers have claimed that they have made small changes in the film, and given it an Indian perspective. In spite of the second half of the film being over contemplated in its style of presentation, the film satisfies each and every expectation of the audience. I would give it 3.5/5.

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