Tiger 3 Movie Review: Salman Khan Is Not to Blame for Jawan, Which Started Shah Rukh Khan and Spoiled Us All!

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Tiger 3 Movie Review Out!

Movie Star Cast: Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Imran Hashmi, Revati, Riddhi Dogra, Vishal Jethwa, and Kumud Mishra

Director: Manish Sharma

What’s Good: Salman’s swag, Katrina’s kicks, and Imran’s eyes—the excitement of Salman Khan’s fans at 6 AM before watching the film.

What’s Bad: It disappoints one of my all-time favourite actors—Tiger Zinda Hai ruined the legacy!

Loo Break: This is a very long movie that feels even longer, so you might need a break in between.

Watch or not? Only if you are a die-hard fan of Salman Khan or the Spy Universe.

Language: Hindi

Available on: Theatrical Release

Movie Runtime: 2 hours, 35 minutes (feels like 3 hours+)

The story begins in 1999, where Zoya (Katrina Kaif) works as an emotional backdrop, turning villainous with the present, while Tiger (Salman Khan) returns from a mission with Gopi (Ranveer Shourie) through a time pass. The plot takes Tiger and Zoya on different paths.

Atish Rahman, an influential figure, is shown as Zoya’s mentor, seeking revenge for the personal loss caused by Tiger. Defeating Tiger, he declares him an enemy of Pakistan. How Tiger punches back to bring him down is the essence of the story.

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Tiger 3 Movie Review: Script Analysis

Disappointing! You feel the same after the second part because the first part was excellent. Zoya’s previous story, the struggle, the original story of Tiger-Zoya—everything beautifully diminishes, making me relive the nightmare I had imagined a few days ago. I had reservations about Manish Sharma’s second attempt because it faces the same ‘fan problem.’ Remember how the fan resolved everything in his first part, but all the troubles vanished in the second part?

In the midst of a visually appealing film, VFX consistently falls short around Salman Khan’s close-up shots. The action is good, but it’s not groundbreaking. Apart from Salman’s iconic scene, where he rides his bike on a mountain, there is no other action sequence that would be talked about like the young man did. Due to script flaws, Rameshwar S. Bhagat’s editing gradually becomes irritating, stealing the joy of the impactful cut-action scenes. Anay Goswami takes some opportunities to execute those fast-paced fight scenes and elevates those scenes to another level.

Tiger 3 Movie Review: Star Performances

Salman Khan looks good, but only when he’s doing a lot of physical action. Tiger’s style, courage, and swag are intact, but due to poor dialogue writing, he is limited to delivering heroic dialogues. He tries to balance the damage with his excellent screen presence, but things soon go beyond repair.

In Tiger Zinda Hai, Katrina Kaif had a prestigious hospital action sequence, but here, things have been limited for her, and the shooting of her steamy hammam sequence has been constrained for no apparent reason. There’s no real explanation why a hammam was chosen for that scene, and it’s a common issue for many other scenes. Her Hindi pronunciation is good until she doesn’t say something like the weird out-of-context dialogue, ‘Yeh kanya mardon ko ladna sikhata hai!’ Did Zoya ever say such a thing?

Imran Hashmi has the worst situation because ‘Dimag Ka Khel’ is nothing more than a poorly written spy drama, apart from some good spy scenes. Imran’s expectations from Atish’s ‘Joker’ to Salman Khan’s ‘Batman’ were very optimistic to come true. Although Imran acts well, the script really lets him down. In reality, if you notice, his character traits—being a rogue, turning evil, losing the family, taking revenge from the main villain—are just like John Abraham’s Jim in War.

Vishal Jethwa has been so poorly wasted that I couldn’t help but feel sorry for him because he’s an actor you can never go wrong with, and you give him this?

Shah Rukh Khan’s much-praised cameo also seemed too artificially inserted to entice any excitement. His entry and performance are so effortlessly done; it just feels like everyone was waiting for Pathan to kick the Thugs of Hindostan. Yes, both superstars are romancing each other, riding Sholay’s bike, and joking about the film, but where is the substance?

Tiger 3 Movie Review: Direction, Music

Manish Sharma starts off well, but in the end, he concludes with a very ordinary spy drama that lacks the necessary elevated scenes. Things look good but get tiresome; we’ve heard this line in the context of Marvel’s superhero fatigue, but is the Spy Universe still not in its initial phase, with all the heroes having their first generation? Why do we already feel exhausted? Wai Arre’s job should be to ask this question before writing and giving the final shape to the story of War 2. The cameo of Hrithik Roshan felt forced, Facepalm!

There are only two songs: Ruwan: A good song that complements the situation very well, developing emotions fully. The song during the end credits featuring Prabhu is amusing, and I can’t understand the criticism it received. Certainly, it’s not a swag welcome, but it’s a good foot-tapping track. Tanuj Tikku’s BM gets much faster in the second part, perhaps because you start noticing everything, as the story is not as captivating. Some unnecessary moments make it too fast to lift those scenes above deception.

Tiger 3 Movie Review: The Last Word

Having said and done, Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathan has let us down, and I don’t think Salman Khan’s fans will accept such a terrible product that looks the best on the surface. Tiger needs to take a little rest!

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