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Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Movie Review

Salman Khan’s Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Teaser Gets Roaring Cheer By Fans

The eldest and most caring brother of a large Indian family, vows to remain unmarried for the sake of his family. He fears that marrying could bring disharmony to his loving family. But his younger brothers who have already found partners are adamant about marrying their eldest brother. They come together to find a perfect match for their most caring brother.

If this synopsis isn’t sufficient to excite your nerves about the upcoming film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, you should view the trailer that amassed used views, shares, and tweets within 15 minutes of coming into the public domain.


Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Trailer

The 59 seconds teaser features Salman Khan taking a ride on a cruiser motorcycle and roaming through the plains of Ladakh. His long scattered hair is creating a different atmosphere in the strong winds. But the biggest highlight of the teaser is when he flaunts his signature bracelet in a close-up shot. At this point, even the vibes of Ladakh also fail in front of Bhaijaan’s style.

With long open hair, goggles on his eyes, and signature bracelet; the first glimpse of Salman Khan in the plains of Ladakh with a motorbike banging is enough to raise the pulse of viewers. And this is evident from the response the teaser got within 15 minutes of dropping. It amassed 18K views, 5K likes, and 1500 re-tweets.


Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Review

Earlier there was some confusion about the title of the movie. Earlier it was ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’, and then it was rumored to be ‘Bhaijaan’. But with the teaser, Salman Khan has revealed that it is Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, and this title also matches Salman’s swag.


The movie has nothing that makes it stand apart other than Salman Khan’s character pulling off some high-octant stunts. It has Salman Khan written all over it. This Farhad Samji directorial is also devoid of any plot … Read more

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Pathaan: Movie Review

Pathaan Is A High-Octane Set Piece Devoid Of Gravity And Logic

Shah Rukh Khan made an impressive comeback with Pathaan, a patriotic spy thriller but different from what is seen in recent years. Released in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu, the movie captured the attention of the audience even before its release. And this movie was important for SRK for many reasons.

  • It has been 4 years since SRK played a lead actor in a movie since Zero (2018)
  • SRK’s last venture Zero was one of the biggest box-office failures in his career

So, SRK needed a blockbuster to make a comeback and he chose Pathaan to high the silver screen after a lull of four years. Also, his fans were excited to see him making a comeback.


The government of India revokes Article 370 and the special status of Jammu and Kashmir but it doesn’t go down well with the Pakistani army general who decides to exact vengeance against India. He hires Jim (John Abraham) leader of a private terrorist organization “Outfit X” to attack India. In India, Pathaan (SRK), a former RAW agent, and his senior officer Nandini (Dimple Kapadia) open a unit dubbed, “Joint Operation and Covert Research” (JOCR). Jim also happened to be an ex-Raw agent turned rouge after his wife and unborn child were killed by Somalian terrorists. He plans to launch a virus attack and saber missiles on India.


  • Salman Khan’s cameo in the movie is like a double dose of high-octane action for the audiences
  • Pathaan carries the impact of the likes of Mission Impossible and Marvel movies
  • Director Siddarth Anand left no stone unturned in choosing action and special effects in the movie
  • The action scenes of the mid-air fight in helicopters and fight in a train moving over a hill are visually very impressive
  • Stylist VFX, cinematography, action sequence, and music are the biggest strengths of the movie


  • The story moves at a back-neck speed that makes it difficult for the viewers to enjoy moments
  • The action sequences are marvelous
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Rocketry: The Nambi Effect

R. Madhavan Makes A Good Directorial Debut But With A Half-Baked Movie

Rocketry is a directorial debut of R. Madhavan. Also, Madhavan is the writer and co-producer of the movie. It is a biographical drama based on the life of Nambi Narayana, a former space scientist at the Indian Space Research Organization. He was arrested in the ISRO espionage case and later exonerated.


Nambi Narayanan is an eminent scientist of ISRO but was arrested on false charges of espionage. Later he was exonerated of all the charges but only after a long battle with the system and society. Nambi walks through his life and narrates everything the good and poor side of his life – his scholarship from Princeton University, declining a lucrative job offer from NASA, and sealing an unbelievable deal with the CEO of Rolls Royce. He even runs like James Bond on snow to escape from the clutches of foreign agents chasing him to get crucial parts of a rocket. He is arrested for espionage and his family suffers mental and social trauma. But he comes clean from the charges. The movie is made in Hindi, Tamil, and English



• Madhavan honestly covers every aspect of Namib’s life, especially his feats and challenges
• Madhavan’s makeup to dialogue delivery and expression makes him the real Nambi
• Simran portrays Meena Nambi with grace and absolute conviction
• Sam Mohan as Unni stands out among the supporting actors
• In the Hindi version, Shah Rukh Khan looks impressive as a news anchor


• The movie feels like an extended science class with difficult science words included in the script
• Repetitive words like ‘Nambi is a genius’ make it a propaganda movie
• It requires a sharper edit and a more sophisticated screenplay

Rocketry: The Nambi Effect First Look & Poster

Rocketry The Nambi Effect First Look & Poster

The poster features a young R. Madhavan as Nambi Narayanan with a rocket in propulsion mode. The poster is given a dark background and Madhavan’s face is highlighted with a reddish halo. The movie name and other details are provided at the bottom.


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