Veer is supposed to be one out of the many brave patriots who fought for India’s freedom. Belonging to the Pindaris, he is a warrior, brought up to become one of the toughest and bravest.

Prithvi Singh (Mithun Chakroborty) trains his son with the goal of avenging an old betrayal, by the King of Madhavgarh (Jackie Shroff), and ultimately overthrowing the British regime. Uneducated himself, he believes that thinking like the British is vital in order to defeat them. Veer and his brother Punya (Sohail Khan) are sent to London, against his wishes, as he is desperate to find a Princess, who he falls in love with in India at just a mere glance. Coincidentally, he finds her in London! Although Yashodhara is a royal, it turns out she studies in the same school as Veer.

As the two fall in love, there is a lot of clowning around, songs and fantasy sequences galore. Veer and Punya become gentlemen, get makeovers and gel with the British and are accepted despite the broken English and the fact they are Indian. Veer writes regularly to his (uneducated) father who can miraculously read, while Punya hits on the gori mems. Veer is despised by Yashodhara’s brother for being a ‘bloody Indian’ even though he himself is an Indian who willingly lets the British walk all over him.

When the time comes to meet Yashodhara’s father, he discovers it’s his father’s archenemy- King of Madhavgarh. The Prince figures this out which leads to a fight where Veer kills him. He returns to India after promising the Princess that visiting Madhavgarh was on his agenda, not only to win back land but also to marry her. In the absence of another heir, Yashodhara replaces her brother as Yuvragi and takes the oath to be loyal to her kingdom above anything (read Veer).

Prithvi is seemingly overjoyed that his son is in love with the enemy and encourages him to go get her. Veer enters Madhavgarh under the disguise of a Prince. He works out a coup in order to conquer the kingdom yet managing to marry the Princess. A battle ensues, which involves quite a few confrontations and the story of Veer becomes a part of history.

The movie has no flow and seems quite confused. Sohail and Salman make constipated expressions, and are helped by weird background noises. The romance falls flat and the dialogues don’t help. The dramatic direction fails miserably and the dubbing is way off. The wardrobe is as confused about its origin as the movie is about its genre. For a diehard patriot, Veer seems to love the British look well enough even after returning to India and when he gets into warrio- mode, his hair magically grows. The music is mediocre and all songs seem to have similar tunes.

It’s quite an effort sitting through the movie and Salman’s body is no saving grace.


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  1. vikaspuri

    January 22, 2010 at 7:45 pm

    i Love salman khan

  2. Deepak

    January 22, 2010 at 9:20 pm

    Not at all surprising. Salman’s movies are senseless, and I don’t know why multiplexes have 10 shows daily for such movies. Total waste of money.

  3. sallu

    January 23, 2010 at 12:45 pm

    haha waste of time movie.

  4. tk

    January 23, 2010 at 4:29 pm

    Bollywood should ban actors like salman khan for making all these nonsence movies and make waste of public money.

    I just dont know why salman is compared amonge the other khans likes amir, saharuk….he is no way close to their acting talent…..

  5. laxman singh

    January 23, 2010 at 6:39 pm

    IT’s india u never know why people like something and why something not.bcoz it’s INDIA.

  6. Rameez Ahmed

    January 23, 2010 at 7:03 pm

    Salman is Salman…he dont cares about hits or flops..we also knew it gonna be a flop.but he is the best..we like evrything what he problems if the movie is a shit..!! but he is the one and only VEER of bollywood…!!
    love you salman…
    keep rocking…!!!

  7. Zahid

    January 23, 2010 at 9:09 pm

    I’m not aggry with this Blog it’s totally wrong Actually Movie was Great,Salman was too Good in dis n Songs are also Nice specially SURILI ANKHIYO WALE, I THINK EVERYBODY MUST TO WATCH THIS MOVIE, IT’S A NICE MOVIE…….

  8. Zahid

    January 23, 2010 at 9:11 pm


  9. Harsh

    January 23, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    Well written Raashi..

  10. Ruchi

    January 23, 2010 at 10:20 pm

    Multiplex, is it really that good an idea?

  11. ritzzi

    January 24, 2010 at 3:19 pm

    the review is a total crap, the movie, storyline,music,screenplay and cinematography is good. the only problem is it is a bit lenghty. it is app. 3hrs long….

  12. ritzzi

    January 24, 2010 at 3:21 pm

    the review is a total crap. the story, screenplay, music, cinematography is good. the only problem is the movie is 3hrs long. as it is an epic movie it has to be long……..

  13. Raj

    January 24, 2010 at 3:28 pm

    Salman is Salman. It does not matter whether movies is nonsense or some sense or lot of sense. If he is in lead role, one has to go.

  14. Animesh

    January 25, 2010 at 2:51 pm

    The Review above is bull-shit…
    just go n watch d movie once again miss..
    ur nt wrth writin here…
    if dis is wat u saw in d movie dan it means ur nt a good observer.
    salman has done justice with his role and mithun da as well.
    the story was nt perfect bt it ws gud..
    costunes wer nt proper i agree der must hav done some more research on d costumes dan it wudhav been good.
    else the movie rocks.
    music is already toppin d charts.
    so i’ll rate d movie 3.5 out of 5

  15. Abhishek

    January 25, 2010 at 4:34 pm

    3rd class hero and 3rd class movie. Salman take retirement as he has waisted a lot of time of our people.
    Costume copied from Gladiator acting style tried to copy from Troy. But Salman is good for nothing that is the fact…….

  16. Boby

    January 25, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    I am totally agree with the comment given by “tk”. Uday Chopra would have been bettr than ullu salman.

  17. Guru

    January 25, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    I have waited my 1 min to write the comment on this bakwaas movie but I want to save time of my country ppl. salman is bull-shit moview is super flop….Why they make historical movies and take histryless ppl for lead role…bull-shit

  18. Zaheer

    January 25, 2010 at 4:54 pm

    After making thousands of movie filmmakers still think that Indian Public is fool. Bakwaas film I want my money back.
    I don’t want to insult of a single star also. I will rate is 0.5 star. They could not sell “crap” to us…..

  19. Goddy C

    January 25, 2010 at 5:19 pm

    i am not a hindi movies lover i prefer only comedy movies, i skip all other movies (same storyline, unwanted songs), but this movie has outdone every hindi movie ever made.

  20. nishant singh

    January 25, 2010 at 11:27 pm

    movie is quit good and plz never belive on review and apply your own mind. as a person made amovie by spending million of rupee on movie and just we not see only one person who is give review is not like it . so please applied your own mind

  21. Sandeep Dua

    January 26, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    Hey guys i dont knw y u ppl r so sentimental bout a movie. go 4 fun dudes. I seen tht movie n njoyed alot, nthin wrong with the movie. Y u r lookin 4 logic ovr thr.Evr u tried use brain while watchin hollywood flicks??? Gud time pass one n far far better than lot of craps…!!! chill…!!!

  22. Deepesh Deomurari

    January 26, 2010 at 10:03 pm

    One of the best movie. It deserves Oscar nomination. It deserves atleast 4 star.

  23. Kamal Kant

    January 27, 2010 at 12:39 pm

    This story was made by Salman.. gr8. Now he should write songs and compose music also bcaz if ppl are insulting Oscar by nominating this nonsense movie then they will accept nonsense music also like this nonsense Salman.

  24. hari

    January 27, 2010 at 1:01 pm

    dont go as for the review ,they r idiot and senseless, it is very good historic movie totally paisa wasool and 4-5 time watchable.certainly there is conspericy against salman film and difinitly they have paid for this,if nonsense and boring film like jodha akbar and om shanti om can be hit then it must be a blockbuster,people who saw the movie everyone said its a superhit movie,critics r idiot,use ur mind and go 4 it i m sure it will definitly satisfy you, music,action,acting,cinamatography,songs r very good its a must watch film u all totally bycott the critics review. thanx

  25. Sai

    January 27, 2010 at 10:55 pm

    such a shitty movie..long way 2 go for bollywood directors to cast such epics..ramanand sagar’s ramayan was far much better..there’s no problem with the script..seems perfectly fine..what i complain is about the direction & cast of the movie..dey have tried & copied some scenes from TROY & 300 which i am afraid didnt suit dem at all..salman, a warrior is luking gud though however bcos of poor direction this picture do not deserve any !!! cmon what anil sharma was trying to prove by casting a romantic & shy guy & a true warrior at the same time..they have casted the incidents of 18th century..perhaps missed on generation & happening..sohail khan,as usual is a waste creature..just imagine..a warrior making whacky sounds & following gurls like he does on all his waste of money..m really disappointed..& yeah mithun does throw d image of a warrior..he has done some nice work in d movie..

  26. raju rastogi

    January 28, 2010 at 9:06 pm

    Is Salman an actor? He is just a junk fellow.

  27. Kamal Kant

    January 29, 2010 at 10:33 pm

    some idiots are comparing Jodha Akbar with this super bakwas movie. They should know there was a Arbar and most of the thinks are fact shown in Jodha Akbar movie. And watching this ullu ka paththa Salman Khan’s super bore movie became the life time mistake. I think people who says this movie is gud are super idiot.

  28. Nag

    January 30, 2010 at 3:16 am

    the movie is Good, Please don’t depend on movies, i may not say its a block buster, but sure the movie is worth watchable,

  29. baabu

    January 30, 2010 at 3:18 am

    Hey Stupids and idiots, Please go and watch the movie and comment, it is a great movie ever done by a hero

  30. phunsuk wangdu

    January 30, 2010 at 7:07 pm

    boring one. if u will c dis stupid flick blive me u r sure to run out of your so calld bludy minds. if u want be mad please watch veer.

  31. Mahanthesh

    February 9, 2010 at 12:29 pm

    Veer is a really very gud movie…This is my honest comments….I am seeing some conspiracy behind negative review for this movie…
    I am not at all salman fan, but I enjoyed the movie there was not even a single dull or boring moment in the movie. Please encourage gud movies.

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