Salman Khan’s fan base is once again catered to in this movie. It is a thrilling spectacle filled with brutal violence and lots of drama. This movie draws inspiration from South Indian action movies, just like many of Salman’s previous successes like Dabangg and Wanted.
In order to care for his three younger brothers, the main character, Bhaijaan (Salman Khan), has decided to live a bachelor’s life. His life, however, takes an unexpected turn when a stunning woman shows up.The movie’s plot is rather thin and makes many ambitious but unfulfilled attempts. Farhad Samji, the film’s director and co-writer, uses a lot of pointless, unrealistically bloody action scenes in his narrative. The movie’s first half puts the audience’s patience to the test with scenes that try to be funny but fall flat. The inflated performances make the overall experience worse. After the break, the narrative only picks up steam.
Numerous problems plague the movie, most notably a weak screenplay that falls short of Salman’s star power. Other problems include an abundance of characters, a lackluster soundtrack, and other minor ones. This film might be regarded as among the worst produced by Bollywood, to put it simply. The majority of the dialogue is cringe-worthy, and while the movie may occasionally make you laugh, you won’t feel any real connection to the characters or the setting.
Had there been no cinema, then this SharmaJiKaLadka would have died long ago. Out of food, sex and cinema this guy would always choose Cinema even if he would die virgin due to starvation.