Nobody would have missed anything important if Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 wasn't made
Yes, there are films one eagerly waits for, there are sequels one looks forward to. But this film didn’t fall in both the brackets. And post-watching, we are sure of that.
An irrelevant, not needed film/sequel and the world would have totally been unaffected if another installment of this action-thriller hadn’t been made.
Watch it If you like -
Watch if you want to know how good actors look like in a bad script
But Beware of -
It’s just an unneeded film
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When the first part of the film released, it was actually impressive. The director Tigmanshu Dhulia came out with a second part kind which led the franchise downhill. So, of course a third part was not all needed especially when everything right form direction to story to editing seems for the heck of it and doesn’t makes any sense.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
First the film lost the meaning of the title, 2 wives and more than one gangster, we just couldn’t figure out who’s who in the first initial minutes into the movie.
The story is seen-before, the script just following an unanchored path, the editing tries to induce thrills but ends up into a lot of confusing and flat scenes. Few dialogues, Jimmy’s act, and Mahie and Chitrangada’s passionate voices keep us happy, whilst we scroll our mobile every now and then.
Some dialogues and the baba background score made us feel as if we are watching a bad version of Sanju (the film).
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Songs are forced upon and so not needed. The film’s script just ruined the beautiful Lag Ja Gale. Background score too loud and makes you feel as if you are watching Sanju 2.
The film has a bunch of talent gone wasted. First in the list is Jimmy Sheirgill, giving his best in one of the silliest scripts from our industry. Him playing Saheb was so much powerful and impactful in the first part, but the character stands ruined now, all thanks to the script.
Mahie Gill, bold and graceful as always, but again how will her act leave an impact in a powerless script. Sanjay Dutt shouldn’t have signed this film and said yes for such a badly written role. After Sanju’s success, he should be really careful about he is signing up. Same goes for Chitrangada Singh, with such a provocative charm, the actress totally can do better films and roles.
Kabir Bedi, Nafisa Ali, Deepak Tijori, Soha Ali Khan, actors and talents unutilized.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Easily skippable, you won’t miss anything, not worth your spending money and time which the makers already have.