To care for his three younger bhais, Bhaijaan (Salman Khan) has committed to living alone. But things change drastically when a stunning woman enters his life. Samji overcrowds his screenplay with characters and only gives them a little development.

They must add something entertaining or artistically worthwhile to clog up the story. The film’s unimpressive music drags on with one uninspiring song after another. A saving grace is how beautifully they are portrayed and presented. The song written by Himesh Reshammiya stands out among them. The picture might have used a tighter edit, and the background score could have been slightly less harsh.


Farhad Samji, the film’s director and co-writer, scatters a lot of brutal action across the narrative with little regard for reason or everyday reality. Just wait till the interval before the tale gets going. The three brothers’ dynamic interactions with their potential partners are dull. There are a few kinks initially, but the chemistry between Bhagya and Bhaijaan improves over time.

Salman Khan puts all his acting prowess to work, endearing Bhaijaan’s character. The actor is still a fearsome action hero, and he has the charm to get away with gushing in a goofy and adorable way to his lady love. One or two of the funniest scenes in the film occur when Bhai jokes about himself this time. The stunning action saves this movie.

The highly coordinated moves and never-before-seen-styled stunts are featured in every scene. Two South Asian action movie actors, Salman and Venkatesh, go above and beyond to make their scenes compelling. Venkatesh emphasizes his function as a family patriarch who will do all it takes to safeguard his loved ones.

Pooja Hegde confidently portrays a problematic role, but she could have toned down the outrageous film antics. The other three heroines serve as props and receive a little opportunity to perform. The boys’ performance is average and could use more conviction. Telugu actor Jagapathi Babu is distinguished from other villains.

Rating: 2.5/5

Another play to the multitude of Salman Khan’s dedicated fans, this movie is. The film has a lot of characters, uninspiring music, and a subpar plot that doesn’t live up to Salman’s star power. However, Bhai devotees may look forward to him finishing down the bad guys to the conclusion. This information has led to a rating of 2.5 out of 5.

Farhad Samji directed the film. Salman Khan, Pooja Hegde, Venkatesh, and Jagapathi Babu are among the ensemble cast featured in the film. The maker of this is Salma Khan. April 21, 2023, saw its theatrical debut. This movie will be available for online viewing from Zee 5.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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