A 5 years old girl from Pakistan gets separated from her mother at an Indian railway station. Lost and hungry she finds shelter at the home of Pavan, an ardent devotee of Hanuman, a devout Hindu and hailing from a robust wrestling family. 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' is the moving story of Pavan's quest to unite the child with her parents against all odds. Set against the backdrop of colourful Chandni Chowk, the film travels from the heartland of Punjab, through the deserts of Rajasthan, over the snow-capped mountains of Kashmir. 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' tells the story of how Pavan, who will move heaven and earth to fulfil the promise he made to the girl from across the border.
Salman finally matures ?
- Bajrangi Bhaijaan review by RL
This is what we've been waiting for: Salman Khan acting his age in a realistic & heart-warming tale with strong emotion. It also serves great purpose, to trivialize the constant hatred between India & Pakistan, who are the same people, with the same language, separated only by a subjective wall of religion. It's not just about a little girl, it's about 2 nations.
His tight t-shirt wearing, muscle flexing action is kept minimal, giving a rare glimpse of his acting skill. The rural mountain scenery is amazing, in pristine dvd quality.