A remake of Telugu film Stalin starring Chiranjeevi, this Salman Khan-starrer is is a story of an Ex-army officer Jai Agnihotri (Salman Khan), a strictly honourable man who is fighting alone against corruption and injustice prevailing in the society. This man has a simple yet meaningful aim to help others and encourage them to help the others, forming an ever growing circle of people helping each other.
On his verge he faces the anger of the local powerful politician (Danny Denzongpa) who is miffed by his noble move. But, Jai is ready to face the battle against the local politician, however bloody it may get. Jai firmly believes that you do not have to wear a uniform to serve your country.
The local politician tries to target Jai’s mother (Nadira Babbar) and sister Geeta (Tabu). This goes personal; Jai loses his cool and rises above to save his family. It is an unequal war – one side stand the politician with his numerous henchmen and on another side is Jai – alone. But unknown to him, a silent revolution started taking shape. The voiceless public, he has helped in the past, is gathering force and finally has a voice which cannot be silenced.
Although a remake, JAI HO follows the Rajkumar Hirani formula of addressing an issue, but at the same time Sohail Khan makes sure that the audience, especially the die-hard fans of Salman Khan, gets its dose of entertainment. Salman is *not* the prototypical superhero or the tough guy you expect him to be, in the initial portions of the film. The first half focuses primarily on the sub-plots, beginning with his relationship with his mother [Nadira Babbar], sister [Tabu] and sweetheart [Daisy Shah]. He’s the aam aadmi who’s making attempts to make the world a better place in his own small way. The conflict between the protagonist and the antagonist comes to the fore only towards the post-interval portions, when the two factions collide. It’s at this point that the film changes tracks, with Salman donning the avatar of the avenger and setting things right.
Salman is like one of those fabled characters in the second half of JAI HO. Besides, the writer integrates the message of what goes around comes around, with the Salman brand of entertainment smartly intertwined in the absorbing screenplay. The emotional punches, fighting the baddies with his iron fist, acidic and punch-packed dialogues delivered in high energy, volatile confrontations… JAI HO serves it all. The cynics and naysayers may argue, well, haven’t the spectators watched Salman doing all this earlier? Why again? Sure, there are certain attributes and characteristic synonymous with the actor and JAI HO serves it unabashedly. It’s 2.25 hours of Salman, Salman and Salman doing what he does best, including going shirtless, flaunting his well-toned physique towards the final moments of the film [a brilliantly executed action sequence].
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