|Name of Movie||Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3|
|Critics Rating||★ ★ ★ ★ ★|
|Star cast||Sanjay Dutt, Jimmy Shergill, Mahi Gill, Chitrangada Singh, Soha Ali Khan|
|Duration||2 hours 20 Minutes|
|Date Released||27 July 2018|
Plot: So here is the third edition of Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster series where the power is in the hands of wealthy and humorous people. This is a tale of conspiracy, planning, plotting and backstabbing and the raconteur of this anecdote is a royal couple Madhavi Devi and Aditya Pratap Singh.
Review: An immure Saheb, an obdurate politically strong biwi and a gangster, playing a dangerous game. With everyone involved in scheming ruthlessly for their own personal gain, the cloak-and-dagger game is about to take a dark and bloody turn.Tigmanshu Dhulia admitted that the franchise was following a pattern, with the gangster in the film changing every time. Randeep Hooda was the first iteration, Irrfan Khan the second, and Sanjay Dutt the third. Throughout the movie director clearly tried to inject twist and turns but made sure to give a sense of future for the next edition. Talking about impacts or over-powering acting Mahie Gill surely rocked her role and gave several awestruck moments to the viewers. Viewers for sure were taken aback by the way Queen Madhavi Devi’s complex character was pulled off by Mahie Gill with such amiableness. Whereas, his majesty Aditya Pratap Singh played by Jimmy Sheirgill was second in the list who was entirely determined to get what he lost, his love and grandeur. Dutt fits into the revolving door nicely and does well in the role, proved to be one of the most glorified actor. The actor once again carries the image of a glorified gangster well, as he has throughout his chequered career, from Naam to Khalnayak to Agneepath. On the other side while these three stunned the audience with their performance some couldn’t manage to grab enough attention with their role and acting skills. The other two ladies for sure looked amazing and mesmerizing but couldn’t do well with their roles. Chitrangada Singh as Suhani looks ravishing and bewitching but discounting in her introduction scene does little more than slowing down the pace. Soha Ali Khan as Saheb’s biwi no.2 Ranjana is wasted, literally nothing interesting and out shining. Rest of the supporting cast - Kabir Bedi, Nafisa Ali and Deepak Tijori are adequately cast as the royal family of Boondigarh. Maybe Dhulia was experimenting to see how actors like Sheirgill, Chitrangda Singh, Deepak Tijori, Kabir Bedi and Gill – all veterans in Bollywood but not that well-established – would catch up to Dutt's talent, especially Sheirgill, as he is the main lead role in all three series. The three scenes where Jimmy and Dutt came together were the highlights of the movie cause of the dialogue delivery. If talked about dialogues Mahie Gill was the biggest surprise and must watch factor of the whole movie because of her strong performance. These lead you effortlessly to the climax, but that's where it all falls apart. Because the ending makes you wonder if Director Dhulia got impatient and focused too much of his thinking looking ahead at the fourth part of the series. It would have been a lot better if he would have settled his idea for the third part rather than jumping onto the 4th edition. But overall the movie did a great job, yeah the ending could have been a lot better. WHY WATCH THE MOVIE: The movie is full of twist and turns which makes you quite interested but the casting may disappoint the viewers. Apart from other casts, Sanjay Dutt, Shergill and Mahie Gill did a great part in the franchise. Their bold dialogues will give you some great show. You may also like:- Bollywood Movies 2019 Upcoming Movies List Box office collection Superhit Movies List Top 10 Highest Grossing Movies 100 Crore Club