Fans ex­cited about Sallu bhai’s next

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The trailer of Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan has al­ready cre­ated quite a stir among fans of ac­tors Sal­man Khan and Ka­reena Kapoor Khan. We take a look at five things about the film that are cre­at­ing a stir online and mak­ing fans wait ea­gerly.

En­ter­tain­ment ga­lore

Sal­man Khan’s films are a roller-coaster ride – from ac­tion, drama to ro­mance, they have it all. And Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan prom­ises to be yet another joyride, with Sal­man’s sig­na­ture ac­tion se­quences, heart­felt emo­tions and pic­turesque lo­ca­tions.

The fes­tive fit

Sal­man fans look out for their favourite ac­tor’s films dur­ing Eid, and it is go­ing to be the same this year, with the Eid re­lease of Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan.

The hit teams

The film brings back two hit pairs. The film­maker-ac­tor duo, Kabir Khan and Sal­man, of Ek Tha Tiger (2012) fame, and the ro­man­tic cou­ple of the 2011 film, Body­guard — Ka­reena and Sal­man — who recre­ate the magic in the up­com­ing film.

Mu­sic ma­nia

Sal­man films are a mu­si­cal treat. In Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan, there is a melange of tracks — a travel song, a cel­e­bra­tory Eid song, a ro­man­tic track and a comic song.

A bond like no other

In the film, the ac­tor has taken upon him­self to en­sure that a lit­tle girl reaches her home in Pawan, Pak­istan. The film traces their jour­ney and the bond be­tween them. This bond has al­ready cre­ated a buzz, since the trailer launch of the film.

Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan is an up­com­ing fam­ily en­ter­tainer, di­rected by Kabir Khan and pro­duced by Sal­man Khan and Rock­line Venkatesh. It stars Sal­man Khan, Ka­reena Kapoor Khan and Nawazud­din Sid­diqui in lead roles. The film will be dis­trib­uted world­wide by Eros In­ter­na­tional. Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan is sched­uled for an Eid 2015 re­lease.

Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan has Sal­man’s sig­na­ture ac­tion se­quences, emo­tions and pic­turesque lo­ca­tions


A still from Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan

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