Salman Khan's Jai Ho movie review, rating

Salman Khan's Jai Ho Movie Review, Rating 3.7/5

Salman Khan says Jai Ho. Yes, from a lover boy in Saajan and Maine Pyar Kiya to being a cop in Dabangg, the actor has come a long way. He's constantly innovated himself and his latest leaning seems to be towards South hits.

His latest film that released in theatres today is Jai Ho, a remake of megastar Chiranjeevi's Telugu movie Stalin which was an average movie. The hindi remake has been directed by Salman's brother Sohail Khan under the Sohail Khan Productions. Devi Sri Prasad and Sajid Wajid have composed the music which certainly doesn't go unnoticed.

Salman Khan's Jai Ho movie review, rating
Now, about the movie- To begin with let me tell you Salman has never done a movie like this before. The actor is riding high on the success of her earlier movies - Dabangg, Ready and Bodyguard.

In an interview, the actor himself said that this movie was close to his heart and so very much wanted the movie do well.

Besides, Daisy Shah, Suniel Shetty one another person to look for in this film is certainly the villain of yesteryear Hindi movies, Danny Denzongpa.

There's nothing frivilous in the film. It's a movie with a serious message.

Salman is an Army officer in the movie who after being stripped of his powers turns a good samaritan helping people in trouble. The actor show what being human means in the movie as he takes on the bad forces. There's no debating that Salman has played his part to perfection.

However, as was the case with Chiru's Stalin the movie has nothing new to offer except Daisy Shah who makes an attempt to be an added spice.

Tabu is returning to big screen after as Salman's sister. Salman looks fit fine and very much the hunk he was a decade ago. Salman's fans might find the movie too preachy unless they can find solace his body show. The power of common man sentiment is well explored in the movie. But the million dollar question is will Salman's new look and avatar.

You must watch it to make your decision. It's Salman all the way. Salman has never explored this genre and has successfully showcased his common man sentiment.

Our rating - 3.7/5

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