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Tiger 3 Movie Review: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif perform high-octane action but lacks punch in dialogues

Tiger 3 Movie Review: The most-awaited film of Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif was released on Diwali and fans got the best Diwali gift from the superstar. However, the film showed marvellous action but it lacked punch in the dialogues.

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Tiger 3 Movie Review: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s most-awaited film Tiger 3 was released and fans celebrated the release of the film. Since morning, the shows have been full and fans loved the remarkable performances of Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Emraan Hashmi. The film shows that when a disgruntled terrorist from Pakistan named Aatish Rehman (Emraan Hashmi) makes an ultimatum, Tiger (Salman Khan) and his partner Zoya (Katrina Kaif) confront a terrifying personal threat. They must agree with his demands or risk losing their son to a terrible end.


Plot twists and continual thrills abound throughout the story, many of them expected but enjoyable. The grandiose cinematography of Anay Goswamy masterfully conveys the scope of this international espionage tale, which deftly traverses Europe, Russia, Istanbul, India, and Pakistan.


Even though his portrayal of the vicious antagonist Aatish is overly clichéd and unconvincing, Emraan Hashmi excels in the role. Although the movie relies heavily on well-known espionage genre tropes, influenced by popular Bollywood films as well as Hollywood productions, it makes sure that there are plenty of heart-pounding action scenes. Katrina Kaif, the movie’s primary actress, has a well-defined character arc this time around, complete with a plausible history, a compelling motive, and context. With ease, Katrina plays an action-packed part and delivers some major butt. She does a great job in her towel fight scene with Asian American actress Michelle Lee.

‘Tiger 3’ manages to strike a careful balance between promoting patriotism and overdoing it, even with its predictable plot and reliance on well-worn espionage movie clichés. Shahrukh Khan’s well-timed appearance as Pathaan is expertly woven into the narrative. Fans of both Khans will undoubtedly relate to it.

Music and Dialogues

This time, Pritam’s music isn’t able to make a lasting impression. Without exploring complicated geopolitical dynamics and subtle motivations, the narrative frequently presents Pakistan as the unchanging enemy. The dialogues don’t have enough power to get Bhai followers to continuously applaud and give seetis.

Like its disorienting background score (by Tanuj Tiku), “Tiger 3” lacks the necessary dexterity in numerous instances despite its strong reliance on visual effects. Many shortcomings are compensated for by the fast pacing and tense editing by Rameshwar S. Bhagat.

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