The Bhai Hai Movie Download
The story of Bhai the Gangster is quite common in most gangster movies. In the game, Bhai used to be a gangster in his city, but he eventually chose to leave behind his life of crime to become a good member of society. However, the enemies he made in the past have caught up to him. One of his enemies is known as Kancha and he decided to hurt Bhai by having his girlfriend killed. Your objective in the game is to help Bhai get revenge by finding and killing Kancha.
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The Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh, was given a private screening of Lage Raho Munna Bhai. After viewing the film, he stated that it "captures Bapu's message about the power of truth and humanism." In a speech during his visit to South Africa, Singh said, "I was heartened to see recently that back home in India the most popular movie this festival season is a film about a young man's discovery of the universal and timeless relevance of the Mahatma's message." Singh announced the creation of a new Public Services Bill to combat corruption in a press release dated 17 November 2006, and cited Lage Raho Munna Bhai as one of its influences.
Lage Raho Munna Bhai was further screened at a global judiciary summit in Lucknow in December 2006. After viewing the film, Justice Kenneth Mithyane from South Africa commented, "The movie has re-enlivened the non-violence philosophy practiced by Mahatma Gandhi who continues to remain close to the hearts of the South Africans." Fatima Chouhan, a young member of the South African parliament, noted that, "Lage Raho Munna Bhai will be widely appreciated in South Africa. I'm carrying a couple of video discs for my family and friends."
It was part of the Tous Les Cinema du Monde section of the 2007 Cannes Film Festival. Lage Raho Munna Bhai was well received as the audience had lined "up in long queues to catch the film that had been strongly recommended in festival reviews [...] not one person who entered the screening left before the end of the 2-hours-30-minutes film." In addition, "the screening of the movie at the festival saw people sitting on the aisles as the theatre was completely packed [...] there was also a big group of French students that clapped till the credits were finished."
Lage Raho Munna Bhai received critical acclaim upon release. Subhash K. Jha said that "Munna and Circuit, arguably cinema's most adorable and roguish reformists since Laurel and Hardy go about the business of generating humour out of the pathos of the human condition. The sequences, all fiercely and famously path-breaking have us in splits [...] Watch the lovelorn Munna Bhai answer a Gandhian quiz on a phone-in radio quiz with the help of kidnapped professors' it's one of the most comically animated sequences seen in the movies of the new millennium." Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave the film 4 out 5 stars, describing it as "a sparkling example of qualitative cinema" arguing that it "not only entertains, it also enlightens." Nikhat Kazmi of The Times of India observes that "Vidhu Vinod Chopra gives the great Indian family one more let's-go-goodwill-hunting entertainer, even as director Raju Hirani proves that sequels needn't have the been there-done that feel..." Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN gave it 4 out of 5 stars and states: "Like those good old-fashioned Hrishikesh Mukherjee films, it also reinforces the importance of human goodness and basic niceties. Even if you might argue that some of Gandhi's principles seem outdated today, you cannot help but cheer for Munna and his gang as they achieve the impossible with love and kindness. And that is where this film transcends conventional boundaries. It entertains you, yes, but it also makes you yearn for a perfect world. Judge it by any yardstick that you may, Lage Raho Munna Bhai emerges a clear winner. Much of that credit must go to its actors who pull out all stops to make it an enjoyable ride." Poonam Joshi of the BBC gave 4 out of 5 stars stating that, "everything about this film works [...] It's rare to see a film that bounces between humour and sentiment so seamlessly. And it is rarer still to see characters become etched in the memory so enduringly that audiences become almost protective of them. It's testimony both to the quality of the writing and the performances, that Munna and Circuit have taken on a life of their own." Vinayak Chakravorty of The Hindustan Times gave 4 out of 5 stars stating that it "cleverly works its way around the obvious hurdle that almost all sequels face: The film recreates an original milieu without a hint of the déjà-vu downer. And that precisely ranks Lage Raho Munna Bhai as one of the best entertainers this year." He commended it for showing "the heights Hindi cinema can scale despite staying within its masala parameters. Lage raho, guys!" Phelim O'Neill of The Guardian gave the film 4 out of 5 stars noting that, "as western romantic comedies become more vapid and even stalkerish, this delivers a credible message of peace, while never forgetting to be magnificent entertainment." Shastri Ramachandaran of The Tribune wrote, "True, there have been memorable films on Mahatma Gandhi by distinguished directors, namely Richard Attenborough and Shyam Benegal;one offering a respectful cinematic acquaintance and the other being didactic but inspiring. For all their earnestness, neither film stirred the popular imagination like LRM has done now." Vaidyanathan from BBC declared that, "Lage Raho is not only as good as MBBS, but much better" calling it "a brilliant emotional roller coaster ride." Jeremy Page of The Times discussed its enormous popularity upon release and noted the "serious point [the film made] about the need for tolerance, restraint and self-sacrifice."
Filmmaker Kabir Khan cited Lage Raho Munna Bhai as a model film for him as it "had an issue, but it was never once in your face. Rajkumar Hirani kept it all so subtle and yet conveyed the message so well. It was as commercial as it gets and audiences too were thoroughly entertained. That's the way to make movies because it not just made all parties happy but also had a satisfied director at the end of it all."
In the world of Munnabhai MBBS, taporis have a conscience, a golden heart and a healing touch. Doctors, on the other hand, are cold, stern and unemotional beings who only treat, not heal, the patient.
Tapori touch: Bolega to Munnabhai MBBS ekdum solid film, kya? Phaltu mein rona-dhona nahin. Khali peeli bomba bomb nahin. Apun tapori log ko bhi feeling hai, aisa batayelai iss picture mein.
Back in Mumbai, Munna becomes Munna 'bhai'. His job description includes kidnapping, breaking bones and paisa vasooli (obtaining money by physical force) and making threats on the phone. But hold on, Munnabhai and his sidekick Circuit (Arshad Warsi) are a conscientious pair. They only loot dirty money.
Every year, Munnabhai's parents pay him an annual visit thinking their son is the city's top doctor. Apparently, Munnabhai developed cold feet during a telephonic conversation he had with his father and he lied about him being a MBBS.
Overnight, Munnabhai's bashing booth becomes a spic and span clinic with well fed patients. Like Munna's dad remarks, "Kyun bhai tum ab tak yahin ho? Peechle saal bhi maine tumhe dekha tha [What are you still doing here? I remember seeing you here last year as well]."
Hari Prasad bumps into an old acquaintance, Dr Asthana (Boman Irani) during a laughter therapy session. The two decide to fix their kids Munna and Chinkie (Gracy Singh) together. Unfortunately for Munnabhai, the charade comes to an end when Dr Asthana reveals his true tapori identity to his heartbroken father.
Munnabhai does a Patch Adams by introducing the concept of magic hugs to the terminally ill Zaheer (Jimmy Shergill). Not only that, he also convinces a frustrated, heartbroken teenager about the stupidity of suicide. Awwww is all I can say when Munnabhai falls prey to Cupid's arrow.
Munnabhai MBBS's strongest assets are its screenplay and dialogues. But you need to know Mumbai really well to get the joke in Abbas Tyrewala's (the man who wrote the lyrics of Aslambhai in Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega) lines like: "Feelings strong hota hai to bina phone ke Chembur tak awaaz jaata hai" or "Kahan se doctory pass ki? Dongri Medical College!"
A layer of emotional corniness begins to set in during the latter half of Munnabhai MBBS. The music, too, could have easily been done away with in this otherwise smoothly paced fun flick. The songs are neither alluring nor necessary in the scheme of its screenplay.
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