Aap thank you mat boliye instead teen logo ki madat kijiye aur unse kahiye ki wo agle teen logo ki madat kare’
The idea was used so many times in the movie that I got inspired – I thought that when I kiss my girlfriend and if she says ‘thank you’ then I’ go; “Don’t thank me instead tum teen aur logo ko kiss karo…”
Jai ho which is inspired the Bollywood remake of Chiranjeevi’s ‘Stalin’, is directed by Sohail Khan and starring one and only dabbangg Khan. Thankful sexy new comer Daisy Shaw (she must be thankful she got this role, and I hope she is spreading the goodness!). As it is written by A R Murugadoss(who directed Ghajini) who also wrote Stalin; so the idea and the message behind the movie is same and in fact very good that to bring an improvement in our country, it’s not necessary to be a part of the government as politician or army. We can bring the change by helping each other…
Day before watching Jai ho, I also watched Stalin. According to the idea chain which was originally given by Chiranjeevi itself was that to convince people to do good deed for three people who must do it to others. Infact this idea was used very perfectly in Stalin but in Jai ho, it sounds tacky and scratchy. In some part I felt that the idea was unnecessary used. When the taxi driver was saying thanks to the heroine as she told him to keep the change, she goes; “thank you mat bolo aap ja ke teen logo ki madat karo” and so on.
Ex army man – Jai Agnihotri (Salman Khan) loves helping others and after noticing people not really interested in helping anyone, he creates a movement of convincing people of helping three others instead of thanking in which he has the support of his whole family and friends with his beloved sister (Tabu).
The star cast: Salman Khan has really taken the theka to revive careers of all the the lost and flop actors including co-stars Ashmit Patel and Aditya Pancholi. Just like Salman’s previous movies, he did well as action packed hero in Jai ho. Daisy Shaw, who was once assistant choreographer of Ganesh Acharya, is looking graceful and I must tell you she is a damn good dancer. Some how she’s just managed to show off her dancing talent and less of acting. Danny Denzongpa is as usual good and powerful in his villain character. I must say the flop and lost actors are all good in their characters.
The movie is all about spreading goodness which is successfully shown in there along with some power pack action which you want to see in a Salman Khan’s movie. I is totally a Salman Khan masala movie, everything which you’ve seen before and want to see in his movies; Nach Gaana, a romantic song having ‘Naina’ in its line, power pack mar-dhar, humour punches, solid dialogues in which you can scream and undoubtedly bina shirt wala Dabbangg Khan in the climax .
Verdict : It’s a one time watch but I will still recommend you go see Stalin.
My rating; ** 1/2