Commando 3 Movie Review :
Director– Aditya Datt
Star cast – Vidyut Jammwal, Adah Sharma, Angira Dhar and Gulshan Devaiah
Genre – Action Thriller
Producer – Vipul Amrutlal Shah
Production House – Reliance Entertainment and Motion Picture Capital
Writer – Darius Yarmil and Junaid Wasi
Rating – 3.0
The film revolves around the life of commando, called Karanveer Singh Dogra played by Vidyut Jammwal who is approached to chase and nab a dreaded criminal gang, which remains a big threat to the country. He is then accompanied by Inspector Bhavana Reddy and Mallika Sood to soon witness loads of action and thrill as always seen in this franchise.
The film appears to enter into thick of things right from the start when we see a cop chasing some misled youngsters that end up giving a bigger revelation. As always, the third part also has all the elements one can expect including the brutal, bloody and graphical rich sequences with loads of incredible action. The film belongs to Jammwal as he perfectly delivers the heavy-duty action, using the raw hand-to-hand combat along with carrying the swift chases. However, the leading ladies played by Adah Sharma and Angira Dhar although remain the pack a punch yet way behind the leading man for obvious reasons. Yet it could be refreshing to see the ladies trying some action sequences in tandem with Jammwal.
Gulshan Devaiah on the other side playing Buraq Anrai has impressed with his performance more than anyone. The film appears to be loaded with patriotic dialogues but amidst the same and high-end action, the story goes lower tone. With some silly twists and turns in the second half, all we can see is the story getting stretched for no reason. At the same time, the narrative used in the film seems to be far-fetched, and defies logic. Talking about the other elements, the music fails to elevate the drama in a way it was expected, while the direction, screenplay and other elements remained okay.
Commando 3 – The Last Word
With all said and done, the film seems to have high on action but the other side, it is seen low on content. Although one may find the patriotic fervor capturing up, yet it did not impress the audience in a big way.