Bajrangi Bhaijaan: 6 Lessons

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1.) Love beyond territories:

Love has no boundaries, and Bajrangi Bhaijaan is a right example to prove it. Salman Khan, who plays a devout Hanuman bhakt steals your heart with his efforts to help a speech-impaired girl (Harshaali) wandering alone, hungry and silent. The film illustrates that love has no caste, region or religion. It reminds us that humanity is the biggest religion. Salman’s character in the film makes an effort to help a six-year-old child go back to her motherland.

2.) The true power of a common man:
The film showcases the importance of ‘aam janta’. It highlights how the situation can change in a country if the common man decides to bring a change. Bajrangi Bhaijaan compels audience to think about their nation and what is right for their country. It makes on feel like fighting for what is right. The biggest lesson it teaches every cinegoer is to understand the power of being common and together. The film shows how common people make a person cross boundaries and territories without any support from the government.

3.) Power of digital media:
Bajrangi Bhaijaan illustrates the importance of digital media. The power of digital media changes a man’s life in the film. It shows how a story, which may not lure big media firms, forced them to pay attention to the tale with a video that goes viral online. The impact of the social platform in the film forced many across the two countries to bring about a change.

4.) Satyam Shivam Sundaram:
In the film, Salman Khan is heard saying, “Hum Bajrangbali ke bhakt hain, mar jaayenge par jhoot nahi bolenge…” Crossing India-Pakistan border is not a cake walk for the citizens of both the countries. However, Salman was seen connecting the two countries on the basis of truth and honesty. The film has a strong message of sticking to truth irrespective of the situation. The child in the film was also taught to speak truth. Salman’s character has impressed people with the way he speaks truth in most difficult of situations

5.) Unity in diversity:
Bajrangi Bhaijaan has a powerful message for those who believe in the caste system. The film highlights the importance of unity which is the most important aspect in uniting two countries. Munni is shown as a Pakistani girl praying with Salman’s character in a temple. Salman character too is shown as a Hanuman bhakt who enters the mosque in search of Munni. As the film ends, the characters adapt to the characteristics of each other’s religion and even greet in the same manner.

6.) Silence is stronger than words:
Bajrangi Bhaijaan has a strong message which is conveyed through silence. To understand emotions, words are not important. The little girl Harshaali, who plays Munni in the film, through her expressions proves that silence is stronger than words. The emotional connect between Salman and Harshaali’s characters sets an example for all. The ability to understand emotions with mere bonding and love has been tactfully depicted in the film.

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