Tiger 3 (Faster) Movie Review: “This time it’s personal!” says Salman Khan’s Tiger, and that is the most prominent feeling of the Maneesh Sharma directorial narrative. Everything each character does comes with some kind of strong emotional connection attached to it.
Following the tradition of watching films of such events at the earliest show, wherever it is released, I watched the 6 AM show traveling for 50 km. The movie started even before I got into the audi. While driving to the theatre, I played Leke Prabhu Ka Naam in my headphones to maximum volume, only to realize that it was a Vishal Dadlani song sung by Arijit Singh.
The fans will not only be shown the scenes for the packed 6 AM show but also donning Tiger’s trademark scarf to prove why this is the cinema we will not witness after the Khans. This is the cinema we love & this is the cinema Salman would like to be remembered for.
While writing this, fans around me recreated the film’s dialogue, saying, “Jab tak Tiger ke fans marre nahi, tab tak Tiger Haara nahi.” This only proves the undying craze Salman holds even after some mediocre films.
The first half brings back Tiger & Zoya against Emraan Hashmi’s Aatish Rehman, who wants to wipe India off the map. Because of a plot twist between Zoya and Tiger, which I won’t reveal, things don’t stay the same, raising the emotional stakes. He takes a break at a tension-filled interval block, laying the groundwork needed for the second half.
The VFX in the close-up shots of Salman Khan are detached, leaving a very visible green screen in the background. The hand-to-hand action combat sequences backed by Tanuj Tiku’s background score add to the thrill, living up to the promise of action. I hope the BGM doesn’t get too loud in the second half.
Stick to this space for a review of the movie Tiger 3, and there is a lot to consider about Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and the complicated fate of the spy universe.
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