Does Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Have Post Credit Scene?

by Ami Dalsania

Does Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Have Post Credit Scene? Bhaijaan (Salman Khan) is the most eligible bachelor in his “mohalla,” which some Mafia politicians are trying to get rid of for their own good. Bhaijaan is trying to stop them. But you know you just can’t do gundagardi in Bhai’s area because of uss area ka gunda bhai hai.

Bhaijaan has three useless brothers who were only put on earth to say “Bhai-Jan.” Why so? It could be because they are in the movie because they did that in real life.

They love each other, so they decide that Bhai should date a Bhabhi, and Bhagya (Pooja Hegde) comes in. Bhagya starts out by not wanting to call “Bhaijaan” “Bhaijaan” for some reason.

She then talks about how she wants to touch his feet because he has been such a good person.

Bhagya wants to be with someone who doesn’t beat people up. The movie is about how Bhaijaan won’t listen to her and keeps being the monster who beats people up, but still wins her heart.

Does Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Have Post Credit Scene?

The simple answer is very Less chances. Some sources report that there is no Post Credit Scene. If you’re sitting in a theater and reading this because you want to know if you should stay, you can wait or leave as soon as the movie is over.

Drive safely, but since the movie lasts two hours, you’ll probably need to stop and use the bathroom first.

Farhad Samji is known for making comedies by accident, but he loves to keep the action at the center of his movies. Why? Why can’t he just do funny things? Will Hera Pheri 4 be the movie that finally breaks him through? Too many questions and too many Farhad Samji movies make it hard to believe that any of these questions will ever be answered.

Ravi Basrur’s background music gets a higher score than the scene it goes with. Even though it was sometimes loud (which is a must for Salman Khan movies), it was easy for most people to ignore because the rest of the movie was a mess.

All things considered, the anger in my words above comes from that disappointed movie fan. He knows Salman Khan is a mega-star, but he can also see how Bhai is wasting something so valuable. Skip it because Salman has made so many great movies.

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