Dabangg 3 Movie Review :
Director – Prabhu Deva
Genre – Action Comedy
Writer -Dilip Shukla and Aloke Upadhyaya
Story and Screenplay – Salman Khan and Prabhu Deva
Star cast – Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Sai Manjrekar, Sudeep
Cinematography – Mahesh Limaye
Producer – Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Nikhil Dwivedi
Production Company – Salman Khan Films, Arbaaz Khan Productions and Saffron Broadcast & Media Limited
Running time – 159 minutes
The film Dabangg 3 is an action comedy film revolving around the life of Chulbul Pandey played by Salman Khan. This time, the makers have shown the life of Salman’s character in two phases where he romances with two ladies. In his younger age, Khushi played by Saiee Manjrekar is seen with Salman and then comes Rajjo played by Sonakshi Sinha in the leading lady role. This time, the makers have showcased the early life of Chulbul Pandey and his journey from a roadside tapori and Romeo to a fearless cop. So, what goes in it would be interesting to explore in your nearby cinema.
In a nutshell, the film Dabangg 3 is a movie with all the ingredients – the typical masala movie, catchy dialogues, item number, action between Salman Khan and Kichcha Sudeep. But with all these typical masala elements one can even find other things like the nobility about the family values, the issue of dowry, kidnapping and prostitution along with similar other things. This time the makers have showcased the making of Chulbul Pandey which has intrigued many in the earlier two films of the franchise.
Now, talking about the performances, Salman Khan knows the traits of Chulbul Pandey and hence has showcased them over the silver screen in a more precise way as always. A great actor as said never acts and Salman Khan has done the opposite. Sudeep in his negative character is perfect, however, he remained typical as he was given typical and monotonous dialogues to say. May be the sketching of his character seemed hampered, while talking the rest, he has remained the best negative man in the franchise.
Sonakshi as Rajjo was similar as always but this time, she had more things to showcase when compared to the previous two parts. Saiee seemed confident and good before the camera, although she had limited screen space. Yet comparing to Sonakshi, she was well placed in the script, while the Rajjo was just for namesake. Talking about the other elements like direction, music, screenplay, dialogues, and other elements, all these things went par to the requirement thus boosting up the entertainment value of the film.
Dabangg 3 – The Last Word
The film is all about Salman Khan, the making of Chulbul Pandey and his acts as a fearless and fierce cop in our society. The film is for the fans and not for critics of Salman Khan.