A Bollywood lover wouldn't really need a reason to watch Salman Khan's "Bajrangi Bhaijaan", but there are a few factors the film is set to benefit from.
The superstar hasn't been doing too many movies lately. "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" will bring him back on the silver screen after a year. And, for his fans to watch their idol unleash coolness on the bring screen would mean the world.
They have together delivered blockbusters and have a crackling onscreen chemistry. They share a great rapport off-screen, which translates on to the films they do. Although, the Kabir Khan directorial focuses on the little girl and the protagonist's mission to reach her to safety, the audience will get to witness some mushy romance between the two.
Despite being away from the promotional activities, this little girl has managed quite a few headlines for her uncanny resemblance to Katrina Kaif. Kareena Kapoor Khan, who has shared screen space with the doll, recently said how she was already a diva.
"Oh it was lovely. But of course through the making she was so pampered that she is a diva now, She is a bigger star than Salman and me. People are finding her very cute and her performance is so amazing. She is the Hero of the film actually," Bollywood Life quoted her as saying.
"Ek Tha Tiger" broke records, and made new ones for others to compete with. And so, it's safe to say they make a successful pair. Also, the filmmaker brings out the actor in the superstar, who is terribly under-used in most of his other films.
Since the past few years, the actor's films have been releasing on the auspicious occasion of Eid and all have minted crazy money at the box office. Not that if he chose to release them on other dates it wouldn't have churned as much moolah, but Eid and Salman are synonymous in a way.
The Indo-Pak Touch
The charm of the story lies in Pawan's (Salman) journey. He is a man on a mission to safely drop off a mute Pakistani girl (Harshaali) home. In the trailer, she is shown to have lost her way and wandered off into India.