How about: Tiger is coming on Diwali. Everyone was more or less ready for the tiger jump. But how deep that paw is, is the real issue. Salman Khan returns as Tiger for the third installment of the action franchise. There were various updates all around to make Tiger 3 look even stronger. So, as it happens, I left the luchi curry for Sunday breakfast, took some hard liquor and entered the cinema hall with a single charge. Then…
Full of action from start to finish. From Tiger to Zoya in full form, Baiki had to hold on to the chair at times with one barricade after another. ‘Tiger 3’ is one such story from YRF’s spy universe, which shatters a completely wrong concept of terrorist mentality in the name of patriotism. In Sridhar Raghavan’s story, director Manish Sharma can be said to have created the canvas to present a high action show. The elements of duty to the country, personal sacrifice and patriotism are so packed that fans of Bhaijaan will surely enjoy it. Salman’s look is so natural that for a moment you don’t think he is wearing makeup. And the amount of fighting scenes in the entire film will really make action lovers beat the city.
Tiger has been seen traveling from Europe, Russia, Istanbul, India and all over Pakistan. And what is meant by her worthy companion is Zoya i.e. Katrina. The way he strutted from one end of the screen to the other with his body like a whip, it is really hard to swallow at times. And Emraan Hashmi! Even without a deep kiss, the way Bhaijaan danced on the rope of intelligence at every moment, the milk accumulated in one word.
But Salman fans have probably found only one person from the beginning to the middle of the film. Whispers were being heard in the cinema hall when Pathan arrived. But he came, showed up, and won hearts. A completely different atmosphere was created in the entire cinema hall. Pathan appeared to protect the tiger. That look. The two looked good together. Who knows better than Shah Rukh that such jokes can be made in the midst of action. The onscreen chemistry of the two is what I call Jajama Kheer.
Everything was going well. However, sometimes the script is exaggerated. Despite being a spy universe, it is really difficult to accept some of the drama from the display of patriotism in ‘Tiger 3’. Unnecessary footage seems to have been stretched in places, resulting in the usual slow motion.
There is no surprise in the music of the film. There was no song from this film that created a response at the box office. At the same time, the number of whistles or clapping that Salman Khan’s fans are used to, at least no one will have to do that exercise after listening to the dialogues of this film. Despite the over reliance on VFX, many of the scenes in ‘Tiger 3’ lack the required subtlety.
But overall, ‘Tiger 3’ is fine for a bit of entertainment during the break. After seeing the ammunition-mardanga on the big screen, you will come home and spend a few hours like ‘bursting’ the flower basket. But the national anthem of India stands on the soil of Pakistan. This view is not only a sight, but also a peace of eyes. After all Bhaijan talk!