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Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster 3 Review : A Game of Power that has no where to go

Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3

Director- Tigmanshu Dhulia

Star cast – Sanjay Dutt, Jimmy Shergill, Mahi Gill, Chitrangada Singh, Soha Ali Khan
Producer -Rahul Mittra
Production company – JAR Pictures
Genre – Action Thriller
Writer – Sanjay Chauhan and Tigmanshu Dhulia
Music – Rana Mazumder, Aanjan Bhattacharya, and Siddharth Pandit
Cinematography – Amalendu Chaudhary
Rating – 3.5
The film is an action drama movie, which is the thirst part of the Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Franchise where it deals with the survival of the wittiest and the wealthiest. So, will the royal couple lead by Madhavi Devi and Aditya Pratap Singh is going to tell the story of relentless plotting, scheming and backstabbing? That’s the interesting to catch in the film.
The film has an incarcerated saheb with a politically powerful  Biwi (Wife) and a London based gangster. The gangster is behind the killing and is seen playing the dangerous game of Russian roulette. As the film starts, it wastes no time in establishing the stage for a confrontational drama of some power-hungry men along with women who are going to stop at nothing to get what they really wanted. The narrative of this edition then starts on a new and fresh note, and it simply takes to an unpredictable route to unleash the newer facets of the multi-layered characters. As the film progresses, Sanjay Dutt in a role of  Kabir aka Baba, is not just the same gangster but more like a sophisticated outlaw, who is known to have a heart and a temper, which is often seen with the spells trouble.
Though he appears to be apt for this character but somewhere down the line seem a tad bit tired and with less royal elements. However, the same cannot be talked about the other two ladies in the movie. Chitrangada Singh in the role of Suhani appears gorgeous in the film while Soha Ali Khan (as the second wife of Saheb) called Ranjana is  literally wasted. The others in the supporting cast including Kabir Bedi, Deepak Tijori, and Nafisa Ali seemed doing good roles in playing the royal family members of Boondigarh. So, with so many characters, managing them is often a challenge and same goes with this film as well.
Yet the writers and the filmmaker has managed to go well with taut writing along with the unpredictable narrative and in a sense has helped them to stay ahead of the curve. At the same time we see Dhulia falling prey to the usual downfall of a forgettable item number and a completely avoidable love song, however, what redeems the character is the crisp punch-packed dialogues that seemed more effective and less dramatic. Overall, the film seemed good with good screenplay and music.
Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster 3 The Last Word
As said, the film Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster 3 is backed with decent performances and rich story giving the audience something new and interesting. The film has managed to take the franchise with minor bumps and many more cool stuff to enjoy.
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