We Rate This Movie : 3/5
Kick is the latest release of Salman Khan, 42, The film is Sajid Nadiadwala directorial debut. It is a remake of Telegu film with the same name i.e. Kick. Being Sallu bhai film it has to be action thriller, where audience gets to see hard to believe fighting scene and how can we forget Dabang khan signature strip pose. The film has all the dhamakas and action imbibed. What new is the refreshing chemistry of Salman khan and Jacqueline Fernandez, 28.
The Shri Lankan beauty is like always sweet and charming but unlike her previous attempts, Houseful 2 and Murder 2, this piece has surely added her in the list of good actress. Jacqueline Fernandez plays the role of Shaina, Salman’s love intrest in the film. From learning Urdu to adapting the particular mannerism, she has done complete justice with her character.
Apart from Salman and Fernandez the other star cast includes Randeep Hooda and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Both have really well but Nawaz has once again proved his mettle by his acting skills in the film.
The story starts with planning of marriage alliance between Randeep and Jacqueline and later it continues in the flashback with the high voltage introduction of Khan and how the love brewed between Jacqueline and him. Eventually Hooda is also searching for the same led (Salman khan) who rob people. Here the buzz in the film starts how will Hooda nab Salman and will Jacqueline will have good love story end is all you have to watch.
The music is given by Jhalak dikhalaja singer Himesh Reshammia, Meet Bros Anjan and our hot favorite Yo YO Honey Singh. The song Hangover is sung by Salman himself. The first part of film has lots of drama and action and the dialogues which will force to hoot if you die heart fan of Sallu.
Kick is out and our Salman films, who entertain, make you laugh and above all he will make you believe the hard to believe reality. To conclude it is an hatke film, which will surely convince audience. Like Sallu’s previous blockbusters, Dabang Wanted etc this is too a masala film catering to masses.