I went to Jawan and sat quietly suppressing my natural urge to comment on SRK. But here i can let go and release my angst. Actually it was not that bad. Bit like Bharateeyudu or Indian as it was called - a vigilante group teaching the corrupt system a lesson.
Starts with a bunch of young ladies who team up with a bald leader with a bandage and hijack a metro - they demand money from a businessman who has somehow been responsible for farmer debts and then - repay them all. Robin Hood then goes on to do many such good acts - health minister etc. Turns out he is a jailer of a women's jail - an experimental jail it appears - full of innocent women who have been falsely accused and incarcerated but who are now committing all sorts of crimes thanks to their handsome jailer. There are some of their back stories and I dreaded that thought that they might show all their back stories. Thankfully they stopped at two.
Turns out that there is another chap - a patriot who was killed by a desh drohi - but did not die and landed in Tibet where he meets a young Tibetan who grows up, becomes a refugee in India and becomes a police officer too. Anyway this man who does not die has forgotten his memory (lucky guy!) and is living a chilled life with his old army pals. The stories intersect and the bad guys are killed.
There was a song sequence after the movie which everyone sat and watched. We bought popcorn for 600 bucks and realised it was stale. When we complained they replaced it. But it was too much to eat. On the way home we opted for bandi idli instead of midnight biryani and found that it was great idea.