Brothers (2015)

India| August 2015| 156 min| Hindi
Brothers (2015)
Genre Action, Drama, Sport
Color Color
Certification UK:15 , India:UA , Canada:PG (British Columbia) / Ireland:15A , Singapore:PG13
Locations Mumbai, India
Director Karan Malhotra
Lead Cast Akshay Kumar, Sidharth Malhotra, Jacqueline Fernandez, Jackie Shroff, Shefali Shah
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Plot Summary
The film tells the story of a broken family, set in the world of mixed martial arts and underground street fighting, and revolves around two brothers - David and Monty, who are street fighters and face off in a fight of lifetime.#The film tells the story of a broken family, set in the world of mixed martial arts and underground street fighting. The story follows two main characters - David (Akshay Kumar) and Monty (Sidharth Malhotra). The story starts with Gary (Jackie Shroff) who used to be a street-fighter, and was jailed for 10 years for some unfortunate incidents. Upon returning home after serving his prison sentence, he realises that the wounds from the past still alive, his past will continue to haunt his past. His two sons - David and Monty are grown up now.

David, the elder son, is an ex-fighter turned school teacher. He shares a bitter relationship with his father and younger brother, Monty. He is married to Jenny (Jacqueline Fernandez), who is the ray of hope in his life. Monty loves Jenny and their only child Pupu to the core, and works hard to earn a living and give his family the comfort they deserve.

Monty, the younger son and half-brother of David, is a loner and alcoholic. He takes part in the Underground Street fighting, but lacks the winner's attitude. When the 'Right to Fight' is announced, he takes up the challenge as once in a lifetime opportunity to earn the respect he has been yearning for.

On the other hand, David quits his job of Physics teacher and enrols for the 'Right to Fight' event as a desperate attempt to save his family from financial crisis and provide all benefits to to Pupu, who has been diagnosed with critical kidney condition.

Such is the fate of life that the two brothers face each other in the boxing ring, for a fight that is ultimate for each brother.
The film is an official remake of the Hollywood film Warrior (2011).
Akshay Kumar David Fernandes
Sidharth Malhotra Monty Fernandes
Jacqueline Fernandez Jenny
Jackie Shroff Garson 'Gary' Fernandes
Shefali Shah Maria Fernandes
Ashutosh Rana Paasha
Kareena Kapoor Special appearance in song 'Mera Naam Mary'
Kiran Kumar Peter Briganza, a former mixed martial art champion
Kavi Shastri Commentator
Raj Zutshi Commentator
Kulbhushan Kharbanda School Principal
Meghan Jadhav Young David
Conan Stevens Luca
Daniel Bernhardt Max Potter
Ron Smoorenburg Hammer
Zachary Coffin
Shad Gaspard Ronnie Cross
Chan Griffin Tenzin
Roderick Harding Judge
Ashok Lokhande Monty's coach
Master Arsh Gyani Young David
Master Darsheel Kumar Young Monty
Meghan Jadhav Teenager David
Prateik Bhanushali Teenager Monty
Chandra Prakash Announcer
Honey Sharma Mustafa
Abbas Haider Suleman
Sukanya Dhanda School Principal's wife
Director Karan Malhotra
Producer Hiroo Johar
Karan Johar
Executive Producer Parth Dholakia
Writer Gavin O'Connor(story)
Cliff Dorfman(story)
Ekta Pathak Malhotra(screenplay)
Lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya
Music Composer Ajay-Atul
Singers Chinmayee Sripada
Sonu Nigam
Neeti Mohan
Vishal Dadlani
Shreya Ghoshal
Mohammad Irfan
Choreographers Ganesh Acharya
Chinni Prakash
Cinematographer Hemant Chaturvedi
Action Director Justin Yu
Eric Brown
Film Editor Akiv Ali
Casting Director Panchami Ghavri
Production Designer Mandar Nagaonkar
Suresh Selvarajan
Art Director
Costume Designer Mandira Shukla
Production Companies Dharma Productions
Endemol India
Lionsgate Productions
Distributor Fox Star Studios
Song # 1Mera Naam Mary
Written byAmitabh Bhattacharya
Composed byAjay-Atul
Performed byChinmayee Sripada
Song # 2Sapna Jahan
Written byAmitabh Bhattacharya
Composed byAjay-Atul
Performed bySonu Nigam,   Neeti Mohan
Song # 3Brothers Anthem
Written byAmitabh Bhattacharya
Composed byAjay-Atul
Performed byVishal Dadlani
Song # 4Gaaye Jaa (Female)
Written byAmitabh Bhattacharya
Composed byAjay-Atul
Performed byShreya Ghoshal
Song # 5Gaaye Jaa (Male)
Written byAmitabh Bhattacharya
Composed byAjay-Atul
Performed byMohammad Irfan
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All ratings are based on 5. NA indicates rating not available.

NDTV|Review by Saibal Chatterjee
An overblown, ultra-violent melodrama, Brothers spills a lot of blood and breaks plenty of bones on the way to establishing the primacy of fraternal love.
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Indian Express|Review by Shubhra Gupta
‘Brothers’ uses a form of kinetic martial arts to foreground its story of two warring siblings, but it stays, at heart, a Karan Johar film : the crunching bones and spraying blood is as heavily underscored by we-are-family soppiness as it is with deafening background music. Result : a film that actually has a plot (officially adapted from Hollywood film ‘Warriors’, with shades of ‘Fight Club’ and ‘Rocky’ thrown in) riding on competent acts, but which squanders its advantages because of the treatment.
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2|Review by Tushar P Joshi
Brothers is a decent watch, but if you want your money’s worth, then I recommend watching the original Warrior.
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Hindustan Times|Review by Rohit Vats
How does a commoner in India understand MMA (Mixed Martial Arts)? It’s something that allows you to throw punches like a street fighter without getting arrested.
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