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KICK Movie Review: Salman is back with a big bang!

Directed by: Sajid Nadiadwala
Produced by: Sajid Nadiadwala
Starring: Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Randeep Hooda
Music by: Himesh Reshamiyya, Meet Bros, Yo Yo Honey Singh

After a disaster like Jai Ho, Salman Khan hits back with this fun filled movie that has a great set of actors, a good script and lots of action.

Here is Sajid Nadiawala’s Kick Movie Review:

Shaina(Jacqueline Fernandez) and Himanshu(Randeep Hooda) are a prospective couple. Shaina narrates her past to Himanshu on their journey in a train. Both of them have a story to share. While Shaina talks about Devil- the man she once loved who lacked seriousness in his life and how they split, Himanshu talks about his failure in catching a thief who steals only for the ‘kick’ of it. Both their stories are connected and so are their lives. What follows up is some action, drama and lots of fun.

Salman Khan is back with a big bang!! He is made for roles as such- carefree, street smart and full of fun. It’s a pure delight watching Salman do what he does best i.e make his audience fall in love with him.

Jacqueline Fernandez, thankfully, is unlike other actresses who wear on glamourous dresses, put on heavy make up, shake a leg here and there and do nothing else. She actually acts.

The strong actors of the film Randeep Hooda and Nawazuddin Siddiqui are such convincing baddies. Their previous experiences of playing similar roles works in their favor. Director Sajid Nadiadwala surely has a great cast in this film, all of them doing their bit to perfection.

The music of Kick is fairly good. Salman Khan lends his voice to a couple of songs in the film, making Kick quite a memorable album. Music directors Himesh Reshammiya, Meet Bros Anjjan and Yo Yo Honey Singh team up well to deliver a great piece.

Kick is a remake of a Telugu film with the same name. The South film was a blockbuster and Salman Khan makes sure even this film lives up to all expectations.

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