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Tiger 3 Movie Review

Tiger 3 Movie Publication Date: November 12, 2023

Tiger 3 Movie Rating: 2.75 stars out of 5

Starring with Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Emraan Hashmi, and Simran

Maneesh Sharma, director

Producer Aditya Chopra

Pritam is the music director.

Director of the film: Anay Om Goswamy.

Editor Rameshwar S. Bhagat

The third episode of the Tiger series, which stars Bollywood’s megastar Salman Khan, was just released and is hugely popular with fans. Director Maneesh Sharma of Band Baaja Baaraat directed Katrina Kaif’s return in the role of Zoya. The film made a big splash when it opened in theaters today. Was Tiger 3 a good choice for the starting lineup? Was it comparable to the YRF Spy Universe films Tiger Zinda Hai, Ek Tha Tiger, and others? Let’s look into it.

Story:

A RAW agent informs Avinash Singh Rathore (Salman Khan), a.k.a. Tiger, that former ISI agent Aatish Rehman (Emraan Hashmi), is up to something. Aatish Rehman, on the other hand, is two steps ahead of Tiger and devises a solid plan to stop Tiger. So, what did Tiger do next? What is Aatish Rehman attempting to achieve? Zoya (Katrina Kaif) aided Tiger in this mission in what way?

Extra Credit:

The film starts on an intriguing note. The first few minutes were thrilling, with an interesting twist. The audience gets a few good moments in the second half. In the second hour, a few characters from the Tiger franchise appear and are well-used in the action scenes.

Salman Khan excels in action sequences and executes action blocks with conviction. His entrance scene is well-designed. The combination of scenes between Salman Khan and King Khan Shah Rukh is the film’s most valuable asset. It was a pleasure to see these two biggest stars in the same frame. Shah Rukh Khan’s entrance scene is fantastic, and it instantly lifts the spirits. Shah Rukh’s amusing antics keep the audience entertained for a while, and the entire action sequence is brilliantly shot.

Katrina Kaif delivers a powerful performance as Zoya, and she does not disappoint. She does the stunts flawlessly, and her screen presence is fantastic. Simran performs admirably in a key role. The post-credits scene is worth a whistle.

Points deducted:

The story loses steam after an intriguing start. The first half is mostly boring, with dull scenes. The plot of Tiger 3 may not sit well with the Indian audience. There is no emotional connection, making it difficult to root for the characters. The other films in the YRF Spy Universe didn’t have great plots either, but what made them work was the entertainment factor. Unfortunately, Tiger 3 lacks entertainment value.

The high points are few and far between, which is unusual for the Tiger franchise. For the most part, the storytelling falls flat. Emraan Hashmi is undeniably talented, but his role is cliched.

Previously, there were complaints about the VFX in Pathaan. The same problem exists in Tiger 3. The overall experience is hampered by the poor visual effects. Though the fight scenes are well-composed, the jarring visuals limit their impact. Tiger 3 also lacks catchy songs and a solid background score to elevate the film to the next level.

Technical Considerations:

Pritam’s songs aren’t great, and Tanuj Tiku’s background score isn’t either. Tiger 3, a large-scale film, required better soundtracks. Anay Om’s cinematography is excellent. The editing is excellent. In terms of visual effects, the creators could have done a better job.

Maneesh Sharma, the director, couldn’t do the film full justice because it only works in bits and pieces. Aditya Chopra’s story lacks meat, and Shridhar Raghavan’s screenplay is no better. Tiger 3 is an okayish film with a few pleasing moments in the second half and cameos.

Verdict:

Overall, Tiger 3 falls short of the high expectations as it only partially entertains. Following an unsatisfactory first half, there is some improvement in the second hour. The holiday season will help the film, but once the workdays start, the real test will start. It is advisable to have realistic expectations if you are a fan of the Tiger franchise.

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