New [1080P] Salman Khan Movie Bajrangi Bhaijan

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New [1080P] Salman Khan Movie Bajrangi Bhaijan

Salman Khan Movie Bajrangi Bhaijan

Bairangi Bhaijan is a Hindi film starring Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, directed by Kabir Khan. 2hours 39 minutes long movie Bajrangi Bhaijan is rated with 8 stars by IMDb. Harshaali Malhotra is in a supporting role.

The movie is in the Hindi language which has subtitles available in English for the international viewers. Kabir Khan, Sunil Lulla, Rajesh Bhat, and Amar Butala are the producers of the movie.


Bairangi Bhaijan Movie had a budget of INR 90 Crores which collected about INR 970 Crores in the box office. The movie was released on the 17th of July 2015.

Salman Khan Movie Bajrangi Bhaijan Cast

  1. Salman Khan as Pawas Kumar
  2. Harshaali Malhotra as Shahida
  3. Ammar Anees Khan as Friend
  4. Kareena Kapoor Khan as Rasika Pandey
  5. Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Chand Nawab
  6. Kushaal Pawar as Kamil Yusuf
  7. Meher Vij as Rasia
  8. Om Puri – Special Appearance
  9. Rajesh Sharma as Senior Pakistani Police

Boxx office collection of Salman Khan Movie Bajrangi Bhaijan

  • India – INR 445 Crores $69 Millions
  • Pakistan – PKR 54 Crores $5.26 Millions
  • The Arab Gulf States – INR 65 Corers $9.45 Millions
  • The United States – INR 56 Crores $8.2 Million
  • The United Kingdom – $4.97 Millions
  • Australia – $ 1.28 Millions
  • New Zealand – $ 404 Thousand
  • HongKong – $175 Thousand
  • China – INR 311 Crores
  • Japan – INR 1.34 Crores

Awards won by the Salman Khan Movie Bajrangi Bhaijan

  1. 63rd National Film Awards – Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment
  2. 61st Filmfare Awards – Best Story
  3. Stardust Awards – Best Film of the Year, Best Director of the year, Best Child Artist
  4. Big Star Entertainment Awards – Most Entertaining Actor in a Social Role (Male), Most Entertaining Director, Most Entertaining Child Star
  5. Indian Telly Awards – Gary Binder Award for the Young Successful Director of the Year
  6. Indian Television Academy Awards – Popular Director, Best Child Artist
  7. Times of India Film Awards – Best Film, Best Story
  8. 17th IIFA Awards – Best Film, Best Screenplay
  9. Star Guild Awards – Best Film, Best Story, Best Screenplay
  10. Star Screen Awards – Best Film, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, Best Story, Best Child Artist, Best Background Score
  11. Zee Cine Awards – Best Film (Viewer’s Choice), Best Actor ( Viewer’s Choice), Best Actor in a Comic Role, Best Debutant Female
  12. 8th Mirch Music Awards – Upcoming Male Vocalist of The Year
‘Tu Jo Mila’ VIDEO Song – K.K. | Salman Khan, Nawazuddin, Harshaali | Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Songs of the movie Bajrangi Bhaijan

  1. Selfie Le Le Re
  2. Tu Chahiye
  3. Bhar Do Jholi Meri
  4. Aaj Ki Party
  5. Chicken Song
  6. Zindagi Kuch Toh Bata
  7. Tu Jo Mila

Salman Khan Movie Bajrangi Bhaijan Song Bhardo Jholi 

Tere darbaar mein dil thaam ke woh aata hai
Jisko tu chaahe, hey nabi tu bulaata hai
Tere dar pe sar jhukaaye main bhi aaya hoon
Jiski bigdi haaye nabi tu chaahe banata hai

Bhar do jholi meri ya muhammad,
Laut kar main naa jaaunga khali
Bhar do jholi meri ya muhammad,
Laut kar main naa jaaunga khali
Bhar do jholi meri ya muhammad,
Laut kar main naa jaaunga khali
Bhar do jholi meri ya muhammad,
Laut kar main naa jaaunga khali

Band deedon mein bhar daale aansu
Sil diye maine dardo ko dil mein
Band deedon mein bhar daale aansu
Sil diye maine dardo ko dil mein

Jab talak tu bana de na tu bigdi
Dar se tere na jaaye sawaali

Bhar do jholi meri ya muhammad,
Laut kar main naa jaaunga khali
Khaali…

Bhar do jholi..aaka ji
Bhar do jholi..hum sab ki
Bhar do jholi..nabi ji
Bhar do jholi meri sarkar-e-medina
Laut kar main naa jaaunga khali

Khojte khojte tujhko dekho
Kya se kya, ya nabi ho gaya
Khojte khojte tujhko dekho
Kya se kya, ya nabi ho gaya

Bekhabar dar-ba-dar phir raha hoon
Main yahan se wahan ho gaya hoon
Bekhabar dar-ba-dar phir raha hoon
Main yahan se wahan ho gaya hoon

De de ya nabi mere dil ko dilaasa
Aaya hoon door se main hoke ruhaasa
De de ya nabi mere dil ko dilaasa
Aaya hoon door se main hoke ruhaasa

Kar de karam nabi, mujhpe bhi zara sa
Jab talak tu.. Jab talak tu..
Panaah de na dil ki
Dar se tere na jaaye sawaali

Bhar do jholi meri ya muhammad
Laut kar main na jaaunga khaali

Bhar do jholi meri tajdaar-e-medina
Laut kar main na jaaunga khaali

Bhar do jholi meri ya muhammad
Laut kar main na jaaunga khaali

Jaanta hai na tu kya hai dil mein mere
Bin sune gin rahaa hai na tu dhadkane
Jaanta hai na tu kya hai dil mein mere
Bin sune gin rahaa hai na tu dhadkane

Aah nikli hai toh chand tak jaayegi
Tere taaron se meri duaa aayegi
Aah nikli hai toh chand tak jaayegi
Tere taaron se meri duaa aayegi

Aye nabi haan kabhi toh subah aayegi
Jab talak tu sunega na dil ki
Dar se tere na jaaye sawaali

Bhar do jholi meri ya muhammad
Laut kar main na jaaunga khaali

De taras kha taras mujhpe aaka
Ab lagaa le tu mujhko bhi dil se
De taras kha taras mujhpe aaka
Ab lagaa le tu mujhko bhi dil se

Jab talak tu mila de na bichhdi
Darr se tere na jaaye sawaali
Bhar do jholi meri ya muhammad
Laut kar main na jaaunga khaali

Bhar do jholi..aaka ji
Bhar do jholi..hum sab ki
Bhar do jholi..nabi ji
Bhar do jholi meri sarkar-e-medina
Laut kar main naa jaaunga khali

Dum dum ali ali dum ali ali
Dum ali ali dum ali ali…

What is the name of Salman Khan in the movie Bajrangi Bhaijan?

Pawas Kumar

What is the real name of Shahida from the movie Bajrangi Bhaijan?

Harshaali Malhotra

What is the Box Office Collection of Bajrangi Bhaijan in India?

INR 445 Crores – $69 Millions

What is the Box Office Collection of Bajrangi Bhaijan in the United States?

INR 56 Crores – $ 8.2 Millions

What is the National Award Won by Bajrangi Bhaijan?

63rd National Film Awards – Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment

What are the songs of Bajrangi Bhaijan?

Selfie Le Le Re
Tu Chahiye
Bhar Do Jholi Meri
Aaj Ki Party
Chicken Song
Zindagi Kuch Toh Bata
Tu Jo Mila

Who are the casts of the movie Bajrangi Bhaijan?

Salman Khan
Harshaali Malhotra
Ammar Anees Khan
Kareena Kapoor Khan
Nawazuddin Siddiqui
Kushaal Pawas
Meher Vij as Rasia
Om Puri
Rajesh Sharma

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What did people say about Salman Khan Movie Bajrangi Bhaijan?

Beautifully crafted movie. It’s quite a complex piece and put together so well. The main focus of this movie is the hero doing everything he possibly can to take a little mute girl back to her family.

Layered around the story is the fact that the girl is from Pakistan while the hero is from India two completely different cultures whose governments are at war with one another.

Regardless of the tension between the two cultures, Bajrang has promised to take the girl back home after nearly handing her off to be sold into prostitution by a charlatan who said he’d help so that Bajrang wouldn’t have to cross borders.

Along the way the director shows Bajrang learning that all his conceptions about the opposing culture aren’t so different from his and by staying true to his own religion, he gets help to complete his mission all along with the way showing that human kindness and love triumph over hate.

The reporter that helps him couldn’t have said it any better it’s easy to sell hate love not so much.

The Pakistani government is dead set on painting him as an Indian spy after being caught but police officials and people from both sides rise up and challenge government officials at the border between the two countries to help set him free letting human kindness shine to correct a wrong lest he is put in prison for life for having done the right thing.

The girl is also there and in a desperate attempt to say her own goodbye to her savior finally manages to talk and yells out to him with everyone there witnessing what love can accomplish.

A story of selfless love that portrays all the awesome possibilities when we embrace being human in society, no matter what the borders, or race, or differences. A story of a mother and a family’s boundless love for a child, and all the joys and agonies that accompany it.

The true beauty of the movie was the six-year-old girl, played by Harshaali Malhotra. Without a word, she had a voice throughout the movie. Her expressions were eloquent and more moving than mere words.

It is astounding how she communicates all without an utterance. Salman Khan was superb and so genuine.

As Pawan, he believed and so did we the audience. Nawazuddin Siddiqui as a journalist gives the movie the perfect balance between love and criticism. The cinematography was lush and clear, and the music so moving and beautiful that it resonated and was recalled even when the movie was done. Please watch this movie. It is a rare opportunity to watch something truly good and heart-lifting.

This is by far one of the best movie performances given by actor Salman Khan (as Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi alias Bajrangi Bhaijaan) This character portrayed by him suits him perfectly and thankfully he has not overacted too much thus making it a success.

Harshaali Malhotra as Munni, shown as a mute girl is adorable. She is the main character of the movie who has not spoken a single word yet conveyed everything beautifully. Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Chand Nawab, shown as a Pakistani reporter, has done good acting too.

The movie has a very good story-line and is truly heartwarming. The cinematography in this movie is very good. Cinematographer Aseem Mishra has captured some excellent shots.

Bajrangi Bhaijaan is a moving story of Pawan Kumar’s quest to unite the child with her parents against all odds. The film still holds a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. I enjoyed this movie watching with my family and I am sure you too will enjoy it.

An engaging story that generally moves at a good pace. For a six-year-old with no dialogue, Harshaali Malhotra’s portrayal is Oscar-stellar. My hat’s off to her and to Kabir Khan who was able to direct her to produce such natural facial expressions and body language.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui was likewise a show-stealer even though in a highly unusual script arc, his major character doesn’t even appear in the story until well after half has done.

But what he lacks in air-time, he more than makes up for in his relatable portrayal of a struggling journalist with heart. One cannot reflect on this movie without also acknowledging the magnificent cinematography, something that oozes promise from shot 1 and keeps going whether it was to be snow-capped peaks, lush valleys, or the Sindhi desert.

The musical numbers (especially the extravaganza that introduces Salman’s character) can get an overly long, but other than that, as a story firmly in the “journey home” genre, it’s a classic that transcends language and culture.

Whether or not you understand its colorful Hindi and Urdu with English subtitles, you can’t be human if your emotions aren’t in overdrive by the end.

Go Bollywood! A sweet story with plenty of action- no useless sex or profanity, just a well-done plot with great acting. I wish Hollywood would take note !!!

First, I am not a HUGE Salman fan, but I do like his movies. Although I liked this movie, I found myself at times feeling so frustrated with all the roadblocks (some literally!) he was encountering trying to take this girl back to Pakistan to her mother.

I do know how risky that would be, but I tend to get too involved in watching the movies, lol! I also agree with the other reviewer that the little girl was the star of the show. And for all you romance fans, as for any romance between Salman’s and Kareena’s characters, that was minimal, but that’s to be expected with the focus of the movie somewhere else.

For those asking about English subtitles, I bought the DVD which does have English subs, but also under the “Product Description” for the movie it says it has English subtitles.

These are the kind of movies that remind us that if there should be any religion it should be called HUMANITY; no prophets, no gods, no holy books with rules that divide us, just simply good and kind people doing their best not to consciously harm one another.

I haven’t cried this much watching a movie in a long time. Superb acting, cast, and directing. Absolutely a must-watch!

These are the kind of movies that remind us that if there should be any religion it should be called HUMANITY; no prophets, no gods, no holy books with rules that divide us, just simply good and kind people doing their best not to consciously harm one another.

I haven’t cried this much watching a movie in a long time. Superb acting, cast, and directing. Absolutely a must-watch!

I am a HUGE Bollywood fan! Growing up with the classics like DDLJ makes it really hard to find a GOOD Bollywood movie! I watched Bajrangi Bhaijaan when it came out in theaters and was amazed!

I kept logging on to Amazon waiting for the chance to buy this movie! It was emotional but had some really funny moments! Salman’s bond with the little girl is just beautiful.

The best part about this movie was being able to watch it with family! I was so excited when I got my DVD I’m the mail, clear copy and had subtitles. I highly recommend this heartwarming film, you will want to watch this one over and over again!

This film is a heartwarming story of a kind pure-hearted man who is not that smart when it comes to books, but his heart is bigger than he is. He makes the difficult journey from south India to Pakistan to help a lost mute girl return home to her parents.

Along the way, the issues of caste, religious and cultural differences are handled in an open-hearted manner. While these issues can be dark and difficult to address in films, this film handles them in an honest yet entertaining way. This film is truly Salman Khan at his best as an actor, storyteller, and film producer.

Every moment hit the right emotional notes and all the performances were spot-on perfect. This film will leave you inspired to be a better person. Even the most unlikely person can make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.

This film gives life to Shelley’s claim in “A Defence of Poetry”, that the poets, and today filmmakers, are the unacknowledged legislators of the world. Shakespeare, Schiller, Cervantes, etc, are smiling at the variety of ironies embedded in the multi-layered plot of this story.

How a child, and love of that child, can provide the positively charged emotion necessary to overcome centuries of false axiomatic thinking in the people that come into contact with her in attempting to give her life back.

To the point of even opening the borders between warring nations. All the people involved in seeing this movie through to its release to the public are to be applauded. (English speakers only will have to turn on your English captions.)

A wonderful story that brought tears to my eyes. I loved seeing parts of India and Pakistan one doesn’t usually see (even if most of it was probably filmed on a Bollywood lot!).

The story highlights that LOVE triumphs over deeply held religious beliefs or national pride, and can’t be limited by a border. The young girl in the movie, Harshaali Malhotra, has the face of a cherub, making it difficult to not be drawn into her plight. What a great movie!

Not your typical Salman Khan film. I laughed, I cried, I was on the edge of my seat for two and a half hours. Saw it twice in theaters before buying the DVD. Extremely well-written and beautifully shot. American audiences will like this one. Terrific film. The kid is adorable.

It is worth watching even with children. Although I have some criticisms regarding its reality of the situation, I found it entertaining.

The cinematography and colors are amazing too. I thought it was going to be Hinduphobic showing Hindus as very closed-minded people, but the main character is Hindu and he is very kind. There are good and evil people on both sides of the Indian and Pakistani border.

I don’t cry easily and I don’t remember when was last I cried. This move got it all. It moved my heart and got me thinking of what the world would be like if we set aside our selfish ambitions and stand up for what’s write, even when it means sacrificing our own lives.

You talk about wanting to be a hero, this is what being a hero is all about. Sacrificing yourself for the goodness of others. For us who have forgotten what it means to serve others, I encourage you to watch this movie. It will move you as it did to me.

Even after 20 minutes of watching it, my heart still aches. More movies like this that remind humanity of right from wrong need to be published. Thank you for this reminder.

I’m new to Bollywood and this is only the second Salman Khan film I’ve seen. I’m much more of an Aamir fan but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this.

Very sentimental story but well told, with many funny moments and lots of heart. Salman and the little girl have wonderful chemistry and their relationship forms the heart of the movie. I think this would be a good introduction to Bollywood for those who don’t know anything about mainstream Hindi films.

Salman Khan plays Pawan, a devotee of Lord Hanuman. He finds a lost little girl (Harshaali Malhotra) who is mute. It is eventually revealed that she is Pakistani, and Pawan must risk his life and freedom to travel there and return her to her home.

Khan plays his gentle character perfectly, but Malhotra–even silent–steals the show. Both actors relate well to each other, and their camaraderie feels genuine. The plot is touching, serious, and heartwarming. Overall, it’s a fantastic movie.

I definitely need to see this on a big screen, if you can. My 16 yr old and I saw this at a theater twice in a weekend, the second time bringing my 14 yr old son who did NOT want to see it.

He admitted that he ‘liked it’. I bought it on video when it came out, and we watched it twice that weekend, including my daughter’s boyfriend and my husband, neither of whom typically watch foreign movies. Both of them loved it.

There is action, comedy, drama, incredible scenery, culture…
An amazing movie that takes place during the war between the Indians and the Muslims, I believe. The main character is a bit naive and extremely optimistic and comes across a young Muslim girl separated by her family and doesn’t speak.

Upon finding out her heritage, he has conflicting feelings about her and what to do but keeps his promise to return her home, even putting his life in danger and always choosing an honest and righteous path to bring her home. An extremely beautiful movie

Most horrible, frustrating, ridiculously unrealistic movie. It was worse than getting your teeth pulled with no anesthesia. The movie drags on and on and on and on and on and on…. with a storyline most humiliating to the intellect of the audience.

These were the 10 hours of my life I’ll get back – 2 hours watching the movie (I forwarded the predictable parts) and 8 hours bad-mouthing about it to friends.

This may not be for everyone and it is a long movie but my husband and I loved it. We loved the music and dancing. We loved seeing India and the customs and the story was very heartwarming, though it went on a bit long compared to USA movies and could have used some editing. Still, I bought it to watch over and over again.

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