Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3 movie is an action-comedy movie starring Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Sudeep ,Saiee Manjrekar . Film is directed By Prabhu Deva Produced Salman Khan And Arbazz Khan under their respective banners of Salman Khan Films and Arbaaz Khan Productions. The film is a sequel to the 2012 film Dabangg 2 and the third installment of Dabangg film series.
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- Salman Khan as Inspector Chulbul Pandey
- Sonakshi Sinha as Rajjo Pandey
- Sudeep as Bali Singh
- Saiee Manjrekar as Khushi
- Arbaaz Khan as Makhanchand “Makkhi” Pandey
- Pramod Khanna as Prajapati Pandey
- Nawab Shah as Gullu
- Abhilash Chaudhary as Police Inspector Dayachand Mhatre
- Resh Lamba as Badru
- Santosh Shukla as Shukla
- Rajesh Sharma as Minister
- Mahesh Manjrekar as Hariya (Special appearance)
- Atul Shrivastava as Khushi’s maternal uncle
- Medha Manjrekar as Khushi’s maternal aunt
- Prabhu Deva as himself (special appearance in the song “Munna Badnaam Hua”)
- Warina Hussain as item girl (special appearance in the song “Munna Badnaam Hua”)
- Dolly Bindra as Chinti Walia (special appearance)
India’s most badass and lovable cop Chulbul Robinhood Pandey is back with ‘Dabangg 3’.
Looking at Dabangg 3, it is clear that the law of low returns has caught this franchise. There is simply no polite way to say it – the new film is an annoying, tedious bore.
In 2010, under the direction of Abhinav Kashyap, it seemed that Salman Khan has transformed his superhero into an ego. The catchy pinch Chulbul Pandey made the actor feel the best with his snooty one-liners, oddball quizzes and cartoonist but effective fight moves. Even the decidedly mediocre sequel Dabangg 2 of 2012, directed by Arbaaz Khan, strayed moments of inspired laughter suggesting some promises. But this third installment, directed by Prabhudheva and written by Salman Khan himself, is irrational.
The new film tells the origin story of Chulbul Pandey, to implement the common superhero parliament. We learn what his real name is, which led to him becoming a police officer, and where he swiped his signature line – the one that goes: “We’ll tease you, confuse me or else?” Pahin Kahan… se. ”We also learn about his romance with a young girl named Khushi (Saiee Manjrekar) before meeting him and marrying Rajjo (Sonakshi Sinha).
Now I don’t know about you, but watching 54-year-old Salman Khan romancing the 21-year-old budding actor on screen is exactly the reminder we need when Bollywood has double standards about gender and age. It seems that the filmmakers decided that 32-year-old Sonakshi Sinha is already too old to be the film’s only leading lady, so let’s have another one. Salman, meanwhile, thanks to some nifty computer effects, these parts make for a youthful look.
I am actually bringing this up only because it is so ironic that the film presents its protagonist as a poster-child for gender equality and female empowerment. Pandeyji is a model feminist who offers a dowry instead of asking for it, which does not recommend that women take her husband’s surname after marriage, and who will happily pursue and complete her education before marrying Actively encourage to do.
Chulbul may have a progressive approach when it comes to women, but the same cannot be said about the film’s unmistakable sexist gaze. It is in this manner that Prabhudheva frames her women: a slightly too long camera on the chest of a heroine, repeated shots of her bare midriff. You only have to watch a few earlier films, in which Prabhudheva has directed the pattern. There has also been little talk of female characters tampering with ‘Babaris’. In the film’s worst moments, the villain decides that he is going to kill the girl he loves because it makes no sense to kill his lover; He will continue to pine for her even after he dies and she still hasn’t played shots with him. Women are the dispensaries.
Even if you don’t have a problem with these things – and you should – Dabangg 3 is still a slogan. The film feels like a string of repetitive action sequences strung together, pausing every few minutes for an uncommon song. At 2 hours and 42 minutes, the tireless action exhausts. How many punches and blows can you make before your eyes start glowing?
It should also be said that the camera moves fast in action sequences, and the editing is breakneck so that it is difficult to tell who is doing what. At other times there is a greater reliance on slow movements to uncover specific moves and stunts. Producers can try to hide it as much as they like, but it is obvious to anyone who cares that age is catching up with your key guy. There is no shame in this.
What is really disappointing is that irreversibility, the touchiness that was the hallmark of the first film, can be seen but only in brightness. Chulbul Pandey seems to be a caricature of his own, and Salman Khan makes little effort to pump fresh oxygen into this part. Sonakshi Sinha, Sai Manjrekar, and Dimple Kapadia appear as Nayak’s mother and go through the motions. The film’s villain Kichha Sudeep gets a few moments to make his presence felt. But it is all in the service of a story that is so old that you would wonder how someone associated with the film called it.
I’m going for Dabangg 3 with one out of five. I left the cinema with a severe headache and a moment of silence for a promising character that they buried. Chulbul Pandey, Rest in Peace.