Jai Ho is all about Salman, Salman and Salman!
All Salman Khan fans that have been waiting for over a year finally get to watch the superstar on big screen as 'Jai Ho' hits the theatres today.
'Take a stand' is the motto of the movie and the timing could not have been better, keeping in mind the current political situation.
Salman Khan has successfully been toying with the idea of South remakes and 'Jai Ho' is from the same factory as it is a remake of Chiranjeevi starrer 'Stalin'.
Jai (Salman Khan) is a military officer who gets fired for going against the orders of his superiors. After getting fired from the army he ends up doing a garage job, but still cannot stand social evils.
Jai lands in a situation where he ends up fighting with goons that belong to Home Minister Dashrath Singh (Danny Denzongpa) who has the support of corrupt police officers.
Clashes between the good and the bad happen all throughout the movie and that's what makes the movie interesting.
'Jai Ho' is a typical 'Salman Khan' film and nobody could have done justice to the subject except the star himself.
Salman adds power to the movie and has delivered a better performance than 'Dabangg'. Even at 48 he can give actors in their 20's a run for their money.
Daisy Shah's debut scene is terrific and Sohail Khan knows that 'dance' is her forte and introduces her with a perfect scene. She proves that she can act too and the chemistry between Salman and Daisy works.
Danny Denzongpa plays the corrupt politician with power brilliantly, he is rightly casted for the role. Aditya Pancholi plays the dishonest police officer effectively.
Tabu's comeback to commercial sister is good, she picks the right role and her chemistry with Salman is beautiful. Nadira plays the role of a mom very well. Star bhel-puri works as we have Suniel Shetty, Genelia Deshmukh, Mahesh Manjrekar, Yash Tonk, Ashmit Patel, Bruna Abdullah and Pulkit Samrat too who add to the flavors of the film.
Sohail Khan has chosen the right subject of 'Aam Aadmi' and his instincts to live and protect his family. He sticks to the original and adds jingoism to make the movie relatable.
Dialogues are terrific. Music blends well with the movie and songs like 'Apna Kaam Banta' and 'Photocopy' stay with you, but the music is not a charbuster. Choreography is average.
Salman Khan's movies work because of the stars charisma and style. No one watches them for logic or story and that's exactly the case with 'Jai Ho'.
A Republic day weekend will give a jumpstart to the film and Salman Khan fans will make it a grand one for sure.
Jai Ho is all about Salman, Salman and Salman! Watch it if you are a big Salman fan!