Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
An Indian man with a magnanimous heart takes a young mute Pakistani girl back to her homeland to reunite her with her family.
Bajrangi bhaijaan had 2nd Highest bollywood weekend collection of 2015 at the time of the release
For the whole film, Pawan is shown as a Bajrangi follower and also shown that he never lies. But, when Munni meets Pawan/Bajrangi for the first time, he offers her Parathas and leaves her at a temple saying "Hum aate hai" meaning that he will come back. Next minute he is shown catching a bus and leaving. He lied, whereas the character in the film is never lying. However, within some cultures in India, while departing, people bid adieu with the words, "main/hum aate hain" (I'll be returning) as a mark or gesture that the person leaving shall eventually return and not leave forever (as in, Die). Pawan, being a devout Hindu, subscribes to this ideology and tries to politely say goodbye using the words, "Hum aate hain".
$900,000 (USA) (31 July 2015)
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