An Indian man with a magnanimous heart takes a young mute Pakistani girl back to her homeland to reunite her with her family.


Kabir Khan


Vijayendra Prasad (story), Kabir Khan (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Salman Khan ... Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi / Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Harshaali Malhotra ... Shahida / Munni
Nawazuddin Siddiqui ... Chand Nawab
Kareena Kapoor ... Rasika (as Kareena Kapoor Khan)
Sharat Saxena ... Dayanand
Alka Badola Kaushal ... Saraswati
Om Puri ... Maulana Sahab
Meher Vij ... Shahida's Mother Razia
Rajesh Sharma ... Senior Pakistani Police officer / Hamid Khan
Mir Sarwar ... Shahida's Father Rauf
Khushaal Pawar Khushaal Pawar ... Chandnawab's Cameraman
Krunal Pandit ... Travel Agent
Manoj Bakshi ... Qureshi
Mursaleem Qureshi Mursaleem Qureshi ... Border Agent
Yudhvir Dahiya Yudhvir Dahiya ... NDTV Reporter


A little mute girl from a Pakistani village gets lost on her return back from a trip to India. In Kurukshetra, she meets Pawan - an ardent devotee of Lord Hanuman - who is in the midst of a challenge posed by his lover's father. In trying to discover the girl's parents, he develops an unshakable bond with her. He tries to get into Pakistan through a path righteous to his conscience and later, accompanied with a smart Pakistani news reporter - a story that captures the imagination of the public in both countries. Written by Soumitra

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A Winner All The Way!
17 July 2015 | by namashi_1See all my reviews

Kabir Khan triumphs with a yet another winner with 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'. Khan delivers a film thats heartwarming, emotional & extremely entertaining. And Salman is exceptional, delivering his finest performance to date in the title role.

'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' Synopsis: A young mute girl from Pakistan loses herself in India with no way to head back. A devoted man with a magnanimous spirit undertakes the task to get her back to her motherland and unite her with her family.

'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' is a heartwarming tale about love & unity. Though a subtle father-daughter story at heart, the film is also an effective commentary on the India-Pakistan conflict/relationship, that exists even today. The narrative beautifully makes space for humour, strong emotions & also poignant drama.

While the first-hour, set in India warms up, with defining its characters & shifting between songs, its the second-hour that takes 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' to the epitome. The story shifts to Pakistan & the series of events that follow with its endearing protagonist & the child, are undeniably engaging & moving. And the climax, though slightly melodramatic, that too leaves an impact.

Khan, V. Vijayendra Prasad, Parveez Shaikh & Asad Hussai's Screenplay is excellent. It very believably blends many emotions & also courageously comments on the long-lasting topic of India-Pakistan. But its done effectively. Barring the slightly under-whelming climax, the Writing is consistently engaging otherwise. Khan's Direction is top-notch. He has handled the film with skill. Aseem Mishra's Cinematography captures the Stunning Locales of Kashmir, superbly. Editing is mostly crisp, although the film runs for over a 155-minutes. Music by Various Artists is lovely. Art & Costume Design are satisfactory.

Performance-Wise: Salman is at his best here. As Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi aka Bajrangi Bhaijaan, the Superstar enacts the god-loving, clean-hearted soul, with excellence. He's restrained, affecting & absolutely lovable, proving once again that he's much more than a box-offer thunder. He's the soul of 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'. Child Artiste Harshaali Malhotra is adorable. Her on-screen chemistry with Salman, melts your heart. Kareena Kapoor Khan is charming in a brief, yet substantial role. Nawazuddin Siddiqui is top-notch, yet again! He brings the house down with his brilliant comic-timing & walks away with some of the film's best moments, as well. Om Puri shines in a cameo. Sharat Saxena is good. Others lend fair support.

On the whole, 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' has its heart & soul at the right place. It wins you over completely, with its heart touching story. Strongly Recommended!

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Hindi | Urdu

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17 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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$2,425,000, 19 July 2015

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