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Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) Hindi - 1080p BluRay - 6CH - 3GB - ShAaNiG


Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) Hindi - 1080p BluRay - 6CH - 3GB - ShAaNiG




Bajrangi Bhaijaan is a 2015 Indian Hindi-language comedy-drama film directed by Kabir Khan and written by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad. The film stars Salman Khan as Bajrangi, an ardent devotee of Hindu deity Hanuman, who embarks on a journey to take a mute six-year-old Pakistani girl, separated in India from her parents, back to her hometown in Pakistan. The film also features Harshaali Malhotra as the girl, Nawazuddin Siddiqui as a Pakistani reporter, and Kareena Kapoor Khan as Bajrangi's love interest.


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The film was a critical and commercial success, becoming the second highest-grossing Indian film ever at the time of its release. It also received several awards and nominations, including the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment and the Filmfare Award for Best Film.


Plot




The film begins with a Pakistani mother telling her daughter the story of Bajrangi Bhaijaan. The daughter, Shahida, is mute due to a traumatic incident in her childhood. She gets lost in India when she falls off a train while returning from a pilgrimage to the shrine of Sufi saint Nizamuddin Auliya in Delhi. She wanders around and boards a freight train, which takes her to Kurukshetra in Haryana. There, she meets Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi, alias Bajrangi, a devout Hindu and an ardent follower of Hanuman. He tries to find out where she belongs, but she only communicates through gestures. He names her Munni and takes her to his home in Delhi, where he lives with his father and his fiancée Rasika.


Bajrangi tries to locate Munni's parents with the help of a local police officer, but fails. He then decides to take her to the Pakistan High Commission in Delhi, but is denied entry. He learns from a news channel that Munni is actually Shahida from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. He vows to reunite her with her family and sneaks into Pakistan with the help of an agent. However, he is betrayed by the agent and left stranded at the border with Munni.


Bajrangi and Munni manage to cross the border and reach a village, where they meet Chand Nawab, a freelance Pakistani reporter who works for a Karachi-based TV channel. Nawab is impressed by Bajrangi's story and decides to help him. He accompanies them to various places in Pakistan, hoping to find Munni's family. Along the way, they encounter many obstacles and dangers, such as religious extremists, corrupt cops, and hostile locals. They also witness the bond between Bajrangi and Munni, who share a common love for Hanuman.


Eventually, they reach Sultanpur, Munni's hometown. There, they find out that Munni's real name is Shahida and that her father is a former Pakistani cricketer. They also learn that Shahida became mute after she fell from a cliff while playing with her mother near the LoC. Bajrangi meets Shahida's parents and tells them his story. They are grateful to him for bringing their daughter back and invite him to stay with them.


However, their happiness is short-lived when Nawab's footage of Bajrangi's journey gets aired on TV and causes an uproar in both India and Pakistan. Bajrangi is arrested by the Pakistani police for illegally entering the country and accused of being an Indian spy. He is tortured and interrogated by an officer named Hamid Khan, who does not believe his story. Nawab tries to prove Bajrangi's innocence by showing his passport and visa papers, but they are dismissed as fake.


Meanwhile, Shahida regains her voice after seeing Bajrangi on TV and calls out his name. She runs away from her home and reaches the police station where Bajrangi is held. She hugs him and calls him "Mama" (uncle), which shocks everyone. Hamid Khan realizes that Bajrangi was telling the truth and decides to let him go. However, he faces opposition from his senior officer, who orders him to shoot Bajrangi on the spot.


Bajrangi is taken to the border at Wagah, where he is to be handed over to the Indian authorities. However, a large crowd of Pakistanis gathers at the border to support Bajrangi and protest against his execution. They chant "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and urge the Pakistani officers to spare his life. The Indian crowd on the other side also joins them in solidarity. Bajrangi is overwhelmed by the gesture and salutes both the flags. He then crosses the border with Shahida and her family, who thank him for his kindness and bravery. Bajrangi reunites with Rasika and his father, who are waiting for him on the Indian side. The film ends with Bajrangi and Shahida waving at each other as they part ways.


Cast





  • Salman Khan as Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi / Bajrangi Bhaijaan



  • Harshaali Malhotra as Shahida / Munni



  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Chand Nawab



  • Kareena Kapoor Khan as Rasika



  • Sharat Saxena as Dayanand, Pawan's father



  • Alka Kaushal as Shahida's mother



  • Rasika Dugal as Nawab's wife



  • Om Puri as Maulana Asad



  • Adnan Sami as himself (special appearance in song "Bhar Do Jholi Meri")




Production




The film was produced by Salman Khan and Rockline Venkatesh under their banners Salman Khan Films and Rockline Entertainment respectively. The film was directed by Kabir Khan, who had previously worked with Salman Khan in Ek Tha Tiger (2012). The film was written by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad, who is the father of filmmaker S. S. Rajamouli and had also written the story of Baahubali: The Beginning (2015). The film was inspired by the 2011 Malayalam film Adaminte Makan Abu, which also dealt with a cross-border journey of a father figure and a child.


The film was shot in various locations in India and Pakistan, including Delhi, Rajasthan, Kashmir, Punjab, and Karachi. The film also used some real footage of the Wagah border ceremony. The film's music was composed by Pritam, while the lyrics were written by Mayur Puri, Amitabh Bhattacharya, Shabbir Ahmed, Kausar Munir, and Neelesh Misra. The film's soundtrack featured seven songs, including the qawwali "Bhar Do Jholi Meri" sung by Adnan Sami.


Release




The film was released on 17 July 2015 on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr. The film received a U/A certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) after some minor cuts and modifications. The film was released in 4500 screens in India and 1000 screens overseas. The film was also dubbed in Tamil and Telugu languages.


Reception




The film received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The film was praised for its story, direction, performances, music, message, and emotional appeal. The film was especially lauded for Salman Khan's portrayal of Bajrangi, which was considered one of his best roles in his career. The film also marked a breakthrough for Harshaali Malhotra, who won several awards and accolades for her performance as Shahida.


The film was a huge box office success, grossing over 969 crore (US$136 million) worldwide. It became the second highest-grossing Indian film ever at that time, behind only PK (2014). It also became the highest-grossing Indian film in China, where it released in 2018 under the title Little Lolita Monkey God Uncle.


Awards




The film won several awards and nominations at various ceremonies and festivals, including the National Film Awards, Filmfare Awards, Screen Awards, IIFA Awards, Stardust Awards, Zee Cine Awards, Big Star Entertainment Awards, Asian Film Awards, Busan International Film Festival, and Shanghai International Film Festival. Here are some more sections for the article: Trivia




  • The film was originally titled God Made Man, but was changed to Bajrangi Bhaijaan after Salman Khan suggested it.



  • The film was partly inspired by the real-life story of Geeta, a deaf and mute Indian girl who was stranded in Pakistan for 15 years and returned to India in 2015 with the help of the Edhi Foundation.



  • The film features a cameo appearance by actor Om Puri, who plays a Muslim cleric who helps Bajrangi and Munni. This was his last film before his death in 2017.



  • The film's climax scene at the Wagah border was shot with the permission and cooperation of both the Indian and Pakistani governments and security forces. The film's crew also received a warm welcome from the local people on both sides of the border.



  • The film's title song "Selfie Le Le Re" was composed by Salman Khan himself and features him taking selfies with various people and animals.



Analysis




The film is a heartwarming tale of love, humanity, and peace that transcends the boundaries of religion, nationality, and language. The film explores the themes of faith, compassion, courage, and friendship through the characters of Bajrangi and Munni, who represent the innocence and purity of children. The film also showcases the cultural diversity and beauty of both India and Pakistan, as well as the commonalities and similarities between the two nations. The film challenges the stereotypes and prejudices that often create conflicts and misunderstandings between the two countries, and promotes a message of harmony and brotherhood.


The film also uses humor and satire to comment on the social and political issues that affect both India and Pakistan, such as corruption, terrorism, media sensationalism, and border disputes. The film mocks the absurdity and hypocrisy of these issues through the characters of Nawab, Hamid Khan, and their respective colleagues. T


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