Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Reviews

Written by on April 22, 2023

There’s Salman Khan, some more Salman Khan swag and lots of Salman Khan action. Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan is a no-brains family entertainer led by Salman suitable for nothing other than a cringe-binge hatewatch. If you’ve missed seeing Bhai on Eid in his truest avatar pulling off some raw, hardcore action and signature hook steps with unbearable melodrama, then Kisi Ka Bhai is for you. Directed by Farhad Samji, the film has no sense, no logic, no story to blow your mind, but yes, there’s a lot of action, drama, emotion and action.

First thing first, who decided on that weird, ugly long hair wig for Salman? Did his character really need that hairdo? Does it add any value to story? Most importantly, does it make Salman look good? The answer is NO on all fronts. I detested that distracting wig the entire first half so much so that I honestly couldn’t see past it in any of the scenes. Thankfully, we are spared the torture in the second half.

Loosely based on 2014 film Veeram, KKBKKJ revolves around Bhaijaan (Salman), who has dedicated his life raising his three brothers – Ishq (Raghav Juyal), Moh (Jassie Gill) and Love (Siddharth Nigam) – and in that hustle, he decided never to marry. But when Bhagyalaxmi (Pooja Hedge) enters the scene, things change and he finds a new purpose in life. However, on learning that Bhagya’s brother Annayya Gundamaneni (Venkatesh Daggubati), is a non-violent person and their family is being threatened by rival Nageshwar (Jagapathi Babu), Bhaijaan takes it upon himself to protect them. Meanwhile, Bhaijaan and his brothers’ lives are already in danger as Mahavir (Vijender Singh) is out to kill them for a piece of land where everyone worships Bhaijaan.

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