• Subhash K Jha
    Subhash K Jha
    Indian Express


    It’s all a vehicle to enhance Salman’s image as the messiah of the downtrodden. He is one helluva angry man who’s not just anti-establishment but anti-antipathy. He implores the public to rise and revolt against humbug. Coming from a star with so much clout, that’s quite a hard-hitting message. Regrettably, the episodes to show the superstar-hero’s concern for humanity are text-bookish and illustrative.

  • Madhureeta Mukherjee
    Madhureeta Mukherjee
    Times Of India


    Sparking an optimistic hope of a Utopian world. Sohail presents our ‘Hero of the Masses’ fabulously – with all Salmanisms perfectly in place. The premise pompously alerts us of cliches and trappings of a commercial masala fare. The screenplay is not as inspiring as the noble message, the story cuts into too many episodes and the underlying idea is repetitive.

  • Quite easily, this is Salman Khan’s Gadar – with a unique concept, of course. Look out for his intricate dance steps in the ‘Baaki Sab First Class Hai’ song. It’s also refreshing to see Tabu on screen after long – she makes you wonder why she does such few films.

  • Rohit Khilnani
    Rohit Khilnani
    India Today


    A Salman Khan film is an amusement ride, don’t take it too seriously! Watch it with his fans and you will know what I mean!

  • Lacking the quirky fun of Dabangg or Ek Tha Tiger, Jai Ho simply furthers Salman’s Being Human status. However, it still scores over all of Salman’s works put together for its ability to translate the common man’s simmering anger into a Utopian and satisfying climax. A definite not-miss!

  • Saurabh Dwivedi
    Saurabh Dwivedi
    India Today


    Salman’s close friend Aamir Khan had aptly said in Agenda Aaj Tak that Salman Khan is the only star in Bollywood. Whatever antics he does in his films from tearing off his shirt to wearing inverted glasses, everything becomes a fad.

  • Taran Adarsh
    Taran Adarsh
    Bollywood Hungama


    On the whole, a noble, well-intentioned message narrated in an entertaining format in a Salman Khan movie, who, as we all know by now, is the much endeared hero of the masses, makes JAI HO a sure-shot winner. In fact, it won’t be wrong to state that JAI HO easily ranks amongst Salman’s better films. This one has the potential to emerge a Blockbuster at the box-office.

  • Three-and-a-half stars for that and for the effort put in by Salman Khan to send a very positive and uplifting message through a medium he knows best. Just imagine what would happen even if a small percentage of his fans start doing what he is asking!

  • The dialogues are simple and connect well with the audiences. The action sequences have been shot well and the cinematography is clean and impressive.

    Kudos to the Khan brothers for pulling off a film like ‘Jai Ho’.

  • Siddhi Palande
    Siddhi Palande


    The film is a family entertainer which gives us hope for a better future. An ardent Salman Khan fan will watch this film, as well as those who hold love for Bollywood and cinema in their bosom, should not miss out on this one.
    A film that will bring a smile on everyone’s face. One that is not to be missed!

  • Namrata Thakker
    Namrata Thakker
    Bollywood Life


    This one is about Salman Khan, all the way. So if want to laugh and be entertained this weekend, go watch Jai Ho!