The much-awaited third installment of the hit franchise Dabangg, Dabangg 3 fails to impress the audience. The movie that released on 20 December has Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha and debutant Saiee Manjrekar in the lead.
The film directed by Prabhu Deva does not at all live up to its standards. The audience says that the story is repetitive and is cliché. Prabhu Deva and Salman Khan came together for Wanted, since then there are has been no looking back for Salman.
The duo has delivered back to back hits. But Dabangg 3 fails to live up to the mark. The previous two parts of the franchise were about the introduction of Chulbul Pandey, his career as a renowned and committed police officer, his love interest Rajjo (Sonakshi).
Dabangg 3 reflects on the journey, the early stage of how and why Chulbul went on to become a police officer, his first love Khushi (Saiee). So in that sense, it can be said that this movie is a prequel.
As far as the innocent first love, honest romance is considered the plot is sweet and entertaining but has a short life. However, the rest of the movie struggles to resonate with what’s going on in the film.
Sonu Sood who plays the villain again in this movie has a too repetitive character that is boring. Overall the story is boring, it clearly shows that the makers of the movie have failed to push the boundaries in terms of creativity.
Dabangg 3 clearly doesn’t live up to the standards of the franchise. The actors’ talent has been wasted and they haven’t been squeezed out to their fullest potential. The resources have not been optimally utilized.
The audience has not liked the film and is not excited to see the film at all. Also, the music of the movie is not gripping. To conclude, Dabangg 3 is not a good watch in terms of entertainment, storyline, music, and art.