Bajrangi Bhaijaan – a movie, a message, a gift for the Indian and Pakistani citizens

Thank you very much Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Nawaz Uddin Siddiqui and ‘one and only one’ the little princess Harshaali Malhotra for bringing us such a beautiful movie that conveyed the strongest message of love to the people of India and Pakistan which our politician couldn’t have been able to do in more than 65 years.

I watched the movie in a jam packed Sydney cinema. All of the audience comprised of Indian and Pakistani expatriates living in Sydney. All of us cried at the climax of the film. Salman in his production showed a very positive image of the Pakistanis overall.

Story is written by Vijayendra Prasad and directed by Kabir Khan. Editing is just superb and there is no flaws at all. Songs are beautiful, especially ‘Tu Chahiye’ by Atif Aslam and Qawwali ‘Bhar De Jholi Meri’ sung and performed by Adnan Sami Khan. Funny song ‘Chicken kuk-doo-koo’ also is a beautiful treat.

Script revolves around a Pakistani dumb female child Shahida (Munni) who gets lost in India from her mother unfortunately. Salman Khan, who is a very simple villager Pawan, in a Hindu religious fair gets in touch with Shahida who was wandering aimlessly after losing her mother. From here the story takes a beautiful turn and Pawan decides to find Munni’s mother.

How he finds about her Pakistani nationality and Muslim background is just amazing. Kareena Kapoor named as Rasika is shown as Pawan’s fiancée. She supports Pawan in his noble mission. Nawaz Uddin Siddiqui has played role of a Pakistani TV journalist and Om Puri has appeared in role of a Muslim cleric. Both have dome great job indeed.

After ‘Veer Zaara’ and ‘PK’ by the other two Khans of Bollywood, Salman in Bajrangi Bhaijaan has once again given the message that both India and Pakistan need strong friendship. I wish that Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi could find some time to watch this beautiful film and control his hatred and arrogance against Muslims and Pakistanis.



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