Review: Dabangg 3, A South Indian Style Sauce
Here comes the movie that has never been known for the story, rather its the character that lived among the hearts of audiences & “Dabangg 3” is exactly that, a prequel to its earlier instalments. The character “Chulbul” is cheeky follows the journey of how Chulbul Pandey became Badass cop. Films start with evergreen dialogue “Swagat Toh Karo Hamara!! ” dramatic intro from nowhere & bashing villains single-handedly, fans courtesy checked!
As the film progresses, you will hear a lot of songs bottle cracks, bone-crunching actions, load background score enough to keep you glued for a while. Then comes, fast-paced second half, filled with south Indian style flashbacks introducing the debut of Khusi (Saiee Manjrekar.). The 54 years old Salman khan never looked this young opposite to 19-year-old Saiee Manjrekar.
Apart from the predictable story the messaging in the film is placed so well such as: warning against smoking, anti-dowry stance, water conservation, mention of demonetization is applaudable.
Talking about the performances Salman dominates the screen however Sudeep’s performance is commendable. His bloodshed looks, rippling muscle stands tall to Chulbul in the film.
Saiee seems natural actor, she is pretty, sweet, innocent played her part with confidence. Sonakshi(Rajjo) has less to do, digestible one. Arbaaz (Makkhi) character is overshadowed while the rest of the characters were fine. All in all “Dabangg 3” is full masala entertainer made for fans be it the item number, action, dialogues & special appearances you will be pumped to whistle.
Interesting Things In Dabangg 3
➡️ Arbaaz name as Makkhi while the villain played by Sudeep played Makkhi in south Indian film
➡️ Social Messaging-dowry, smoking
➡️ Chulbul Father Binod Khanna character reprised by duplicate Binod Khanna
➡️ Epic Item Number “Munna Badnaam Hua”
➡️ Salman’s love interest Rajjo & Khushi being friends