For three years, each has a film Eid Salman Khan has been one of the prizes of the festival. While last year we had "Dabangg" which despite its simplicity was layered on it, this year we are treated to "The Bodyguard", no patch "Dabangg." Despite this, it is enough to keep the attention of the festive crowd.
Beautiful bodyguards Singh (Salman Khan) is a good man, honest steel, which is faithful to Sartaj (Raj Babbar). Sartaj, asked to protect her precious daughterDivya(Kareena Kapoor) day and night.
Hermosa doing their jobs diligently, but without realizing he serenades Divya Chhaya under a pseudonym by phone, and have fallen in love with him. Things get out of control when Sartaj enemies trying to kill Divya while trying Bonito Sartaj think of kidnapping his daughter.
"Bodyguard", conceptually, is based on the type of stories that have been popular Imtiaz Ali - sweet stories, love soft, where the central theme of sacrificial love. But while Imtiaz Ali reveals a certain pictorial subtlety, despite the melodramatic nature of his films, means "Bodyguard" Siddique director had no such skill to pull this off.
The result is a film that is funny slapstick moments, but the problem area is the surprising twist at the end. It is a goal that does not gel with the pace of the rest of the film and appears cooked. This is especially true because the director does Siddique advance or pending before the possibility of a character to do what he does at the end.
However, it would be a problem with the urban public. With regard to rural viewers are perhaps extreme, very good and might actually work for the film. After all, there are not enough fantasy elements in the rest of the movie like when Salman to go in the opposite direction on a train, jumping a moving train in a different direction. If you can digest what you can do the same for the final.
A little more effort on the editing table have eased a lot of things.
Salman fans have much to celebrate. Not only get to see their favorite enemies role in the pulp, but also get to see his well toned torso, which ultimately revealed by water jets blast away shirt, as the wind blew meter lap Marilyn Monroe.
Receiving Rajat Rawail provides comic relief of the film not only with his antics, but fun messages on their shirts as a '6 pack Coming Soon 'stuck on his stomach fat.
Salman is his well sculpted himself and Kareena is as good as the script requires it, not much. The music is catchy, especially Himmesh Reshamiya wrote the song "I love you."