Tiger 3 Movie: Review

Tiger 3 has been released in theatres. This is a Hindi language spy action thriller film whose running time is 2 hr 33 min. It is the sequel movie of Ek Tha Tiger and Tiger Zinda Hai. This is the 5th installment film of YRF Spy Universe. In this, Salman Khan, Emraan Hashmi and Katrina Kaif have worked as lead actors.

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Story and Plot

RAW Agent Avinash Singh Rathore, a.k.a Tiger lives happily with his wife Zoya and son Junior. When he goes on a mission, he comes to know that former ISI agent Aatish Rehman is planning against India. And Aatish kidnaps Junior. There is a twist in Tiger’s life due to which he and Zoya become traitors to India. But Tiger comes back with a plan. Will Tiger be able to prove himself a patriot? Will he be able to get back to his son? Will he be able to stop Aatish in his mission? How will Zoya help Tiger? The answers to all these questions will be known only after watching the film.

Positive Review

At the beginning of the story, past life and present life are well recapped and connected. The plot has been made engaging by adding many twists in the past life. Tiger has a spy mission but along with it he also has to prove himself a patriot. He has to save his family from the enemy.

Salman Khan plays the character of Avinash “Tiger” Singh Rathore (RAW agent). He is back in his iconic Spy avatar. The audience likes him very much after seeing him in this character. From his entry till the ending, he was ruling the entire film. His entry scene and bridge fight sequence are very captivating. His screen presence is very strong.

Emraan Hashmi has played the character of Aatish Rehman (Ex ISI Agent). He has been presented very strong as the villain of Tiger. His dialogue delivery and mind game have kept the plot engaging. Katrina Kaif has played the character of Zoya. Her towel fight scene is very entertaining.

Simran has played the role of PM Nasreen Irani. She has also contributed a lot to its story. The visual appeal of the scenes created from camera angle on the big screen is very good. Its fight sequel is well choreographed and has many wow and gripping moments.

Shahrukh Khan’s entry and National Anthem, both are the biggest highlight points of the film. Salman and Shahrukh fight the enemy together and Katrina’s towel fight is the most awaited exciting and entertaining moment of this film. Many twists & turns and suspense have been created. There are only 2 songs in it but both of them are pleasant to listen to.

Negative Review

The secrecy of the mission is most important in a Spy Thriller film. Its mission can be predicted. Nuclear power, family connections and enmity related to India and Pakistan have been shown in many spy movies.

The story of this film is also of that type and perhaps many Indian audiences may not like its plot. But in the end, music of national song has been added to make the audience emotional. The story of the movie becomes predictable in many parts due to which the interest level gets reduced.

The first half is a stretchy feeling due to the story building but the second half becomes exciting due to the cameos and fight scenes. Many flaws can be noticed. The narration of the story was good in the beginning but later it fades away. In this, emotion may seem missing along with action.

Technical Review

The work of the cameraman in Salman’s entry is very innovative. Cinematographer Anay Goswamy’s work is impressive. Rameshwar S. Bhagat’s editing is superb. The visual effect could have been made a little better. Shridhar Raghavan’s screenplay is good.

Aditya Chopra has introduced the story. The story needed some new and creative work. Maneesh Sharma has directed Tiger 3. He could have made its presentation even more explosive. His work is okay.

Tiger 3 Review: Conclusion

Salman Khan has presented the gift of entertainment to his fans on Diwali. This is a story based enjoyable family film. In which Salman has made a comeback with a new avatar. Some new things have also been added to the story. The scenes of Salman and Shahrukh are very gripping. The 1st half may seem a little less interesting but the 2nd half has many twists which are engaging.

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