Dabangg 3 Full Movie Download in Full HD – Dabangg 3 is the third instalment from Salman Khan’s hit franchise Dabangg. The movie is directed by Prabhu Deva and produced by Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan under the banner Salman Khan Films and Arbaaz Khan Productions. Dabangg 3 is set in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. The movie also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Arbaaz Khan and Mahie Gill in the lead roles. Kannada superstar Sudeep will be seen plays the Antagonist. As per the latest reports Dabangg 3 is locked for December 20, 2019 release.
The movie has its screenplay penned by Dilip Shukla. Sajid Khan and Wajid Khan have scored the music for Dabangg 3.
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Dabangg 3 Movie Review
Chulbul Pandey (Salman Khan) saves the day while a local goon loots a wedding. The local goon works for someone, who works for a powerful mafia-head Bali (Sudeep). As Chulbul gets to know about this, we are taken on a trip down the memory lane. We get to know the vulnerable side of this quirky cop. We’re taken to the journey of how a good for nothing Dhaakad Pandey turns to everyone’s favourite Chulbul Pandey.
We’re introduced to Khushi (Saiee Manjrekar) who is Dhaakad’s (now Chulbul) ‘mummy ki pasand’ for Makkhi (Arbaaz Khan). Dhaakad falls in love with Khushi & turns to Chulbul Pandey because of her. From doing something good for the world to tucking his sunglasses in a certain way, everything boils down to Khushi joining the dots. The rest of the story is all about how this love story turns into a revenge saga between Chulbul & Bali. Dabangg 3 Full Movie Download in Full HD
Dabangg 3 Movie Review: Script Analysis
First of all, before many of you start bashing me for the final rating, let’s agree there exists a market for such films. If you’re not one of them, you’re not if them, stop reading & leave. Those who’re still here, the script follows multiple of formulas used multiple times in many-a-films & mash them up into one. Interestingly, though Dabangg is all about the stout-heartedness of Salman Khan, he shines the most when he displays the vulnerable side of his story.
It’s not about why he became Chulbul Pandey, it’s about how he became one. The flashback portions really help to connect with a certain innocence Salman carries with him. There’s a dialogue in which he says, “I work for both of classes & masses,” and that’s where he’s wrong. Masses will enjoy this but there would be a huge division in the multiplex audience. Most of the dialogues lack the ‘Chulbul’ zing, some of the work. Though, everything in the film has Salman Khan written all over it.
Dabangg 3 Movie Review: Star Performance
A great actor is always one who never acts. Salman Khan is Chulbul Pandey & vice versa. Post spending so much time with this character, Salman knows the traits very well and he knows where to use what. Without any doubt, he’ll be a messiah of entertainment for his fans, but there will be exceptions. He gets multiple heroic entries, nailing every one of them. He’s all set for many ‘seetis & taalis’ amongst the single screen audience.
Sudeep is perfect! He’s the best villain in the entire franchise & provides a worthy face-off to Salman Khan aka Chulbul Pandey. One major flaw with his character is that it’s not sketched properly. He’s a routine man mimicking some routine dialogues. He deserved a better role.
Saiee Manjrekar gets no room to display her talent & she stays very limited. She looks beautiful & is confident on-screen to pull-off some emotional scenes. Sonakshi Sinha loves to be Rajjo & she proves how better she has got at it. Saiee adds more value to the narrative because of the prequel track. Whereas Sonakshi is just there because of the sake of it.