Can't say Jai Ho to Salman-Daisy's chemistry in Tere Naina

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    Daisy Shah says that her co-star Salman is often misunderstood by people.

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    Salman Khan and Daisy Shah in an intimate moment from the film Jai Ho. Check out more stills.

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    Salman Khan and Daisy Shah pair up for the first time in Jai Ho.

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    Salman Khan plays Jai Agnihotri who stands up for the cause of common man.

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    Salman Khan's much-awaited movie Jai Ho is set for release on January 24, 2014. Browse through stills from the film.

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    Salman Khan in an action sequence in Sohail Khan's Jai Ho.

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    The actor channels anger of a common man in the film.

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    Salman Khan rides a bike in a still from Jai Ho.

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    Actor Salman Khan at the launch of the first trailer of Jai Ho.

Newcomers have not proved to be lucky for Salman Khan so far (Sneha Ullal in Lucky proved unlucky). The only exception to this rule being Sonakshi Sinha. He's taking the risk once again with Daisy Shah in Jai Ho! Does the chemistry work? No. Is the song good. Absolutely, no!

Daisy Shah who's making her Bollywood debut with Jai Ho certainly needs to emote better. Though she has a confident screen presence, there is no chemistry with Salman Khan. We are constantly reminded of the Tere Mast Mast Do Nain from Dabangg, as the choreography of this one appears to be inspired by that song.

Sadly, even Salman Khan couldn't save this song from turning out into such a disappointment. Much like the 'aam aadmi' song Baaki Sab First Class, this one too fails to impress in the music as well as the lyrics department.

Jai Ho is the story of an upright common man who fights a solitary war against corruption and injustice. The film, a remake of Telugu film Stalin, also stars Tabu, Daisy Shah and Danny Denzongpa, among others.

The film, directed by Sohail Khan, is scheduled to release on January 24.


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