Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan

Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Movie in iBOMMA. Salman Khan and Eid go hand in hand. The huge Bhaijaan is prepared for this year with his brand-new Farhad Samji-directed movie, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. The movie’s female protagonist is Pooja Hegde, while Telugu actor Venkatesh is a major character.

Short Story

Salman Khan’s character, Bhaijaan, resides with his three younger siblings, Siddharth Nigam, Raghav Juyal, and Jassie Gill. Bhai is not in the mood to get married for the rest of his life, but his life is turned upside down when Bhagya Lakshmi Gundamaneni (Pooja Hegde), his renter, moves in. Lakshmi encounters problems one day as a result of Bhaijaan, and Venkatesh enters the scene. Now, Bhaijaan must cope with the thugs, Lakshmi’s brother, and his infatuated brothers. The fundamental narrative of Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan is how Bhaijaan will handle everything.

Technical Aspect

Veeram, a popular film in Tamil, was remade as KBKJ. The film’s weak script by Farhad Samji lacks significant emotions. There are so many moments that don’t make sense in the story. It appears that the script has undergone significant changes in response to Salman Khan’s emotions. However, the music is fine because every song looks excellent on the screen. Although the editing should have been improved, the images are magnificent. Those in Telugu-speaking countries will think they are viewing a Telugu film directly. The dialogues are straightforward and well-written for Bhai.


In Kisi Ka Bhai There are so many problems with Kisi Ki Jaan that it would be impossible to list them all here. The primary antagonist Jagapathi Babu is one of the movie’s greatest flaws. In the movie, the renowned actor plays the fool like never before. JB then dubs in his own voice, which is a further letdown. In terms of the narrative, nothing novel has been presented. The plot of KBKJ is the same old tale of four brothers competing for the affection of the older brother.

The filmmaker, Farhad Samji, is to fault for the film’s lack of novelty and for presenting it in such terrible taste. After a while, Venkatesh is given too much attention, which is absurd. More drama in his part would have changed a lot because his character is not well developed. The flow of the scenes in KBKJ is off, and there are so many people participating in each scene that it resembles a carnival.

Fans of Salman Khan expect a strong entrance, catchy songs, and the physique of Bhai, but those things aren’t all there in this movie. The songs are unremarkable, Bhai rushes through the process of taking off his shirt, and no matter what he does, he always appears pallid. The movie includes more songs than narrative, which only serves to irritate the audience more. Why does the director force Salman to utter “Vande Mataram” and other emotive phrases? You won’t comprehend.

The comedy is also horrible. Salman Khan’s move here is really extravagant. Even if Salman’s films in the past lacked a good plot, the songs, fights, and Bhai’s swag were consistently good, and fans were happy. Even Salman Khan’s diehard admirers find the movie Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi KI Jaan to be tedious for some reason.


directorfarhad samji
the creatorSalman Khan
screenplayfarhad samji
actorSalman Khan
Daggubati Venkatesh
Pooja Hegde
Jagapati Babu
cinematographerVelayuntham Manikandan
performance date(s)April 21, 2023
CostEstimated ₹150 crore
total turnoverEstimated ₹179.09 crore

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