Bodyguard movie review


Bollywood Garam: Once again Bollywood star Salman Khan is back in his style to woo the audience with his film Bodyguard. The movie has been released on the auspicious day of Eid-ul-Fitr, August 31, 2011.

With the release of Bodyguard, the actor is eying a third hit movie after the success of his films, ‘Dabangg’ and ‘Wanted’. The movie, which also stars Kareena Kapoor , is a romantic action flick and is meant for the entertainment for the family audience.

Director Siddique has made good use of Salmanisms in the movie, which is the main factor that excites the audience. Bodyguard is actually the remake of a Malayalam movie with the same name.

The story of the movie is about a bodyguard, Lovely Singh, played by Salman Khan, who has been given the duty of guarding Divya, played by Kareena. Divya is the daughter of a businessman Satraj Rana, played by Raj Babbar. Lovely, the bodyguard, is very sincere in terms of his duties and is punctual too. As Salman is the bodyguard, he stars following Kareena in her college campus, which makes it a menace for Divya and her friends. This is when Divya plays a trick to get rid of him. The movie is indeed an entertainer.

Salman Khan does justice to his role and seems pretty calm and composed in his role. Kareena Kapoor gives a great performance and a surprise element in the movie is newcomer Hazel Keech, who seems refreshing in her role as Kareena’s friend.