Tiger 3 Movie Review : Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif Stunning Performance

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The release of Tiger 3 serves as a warning to anyone who may have forgotten the challenges faced by aged celebrities trying to pass for action heroes due to the popularity of Pathaan, Jawan, and Gadar 2 (all 2023 releases). The director Kabir Khan skillfully used Salman Khan’s limited range of expressions to suggest inscrutability and give Tiger an air of unpredictability in the blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger (2012). Super spy Avinash “Tiger” Singh Rathore, created by Kabir Khan and Neelesh Mishra, is unrelated to Vikram Rathore, Jawan’s zaddy. Tiger could execute the craziest manoeuvres with complete composure and never twitch a muscle. It was both exciting and optimistic. Salman as Tiger wore the same blank expression throughout, leaving it up to the viewer to imagine what he was thinking, whether he was saving a train from collapsing or falling in love with Pakistani spy Zoya (Katrina Kaif). The Tiger movie effectively conjured up an exciting and optimistic environment, which is primarily why it succeeded.   

Tiger needs to do more than one job in this movie. He is a spy as well as a husband and father. In order to resemble Yosemite Sam’s Bandra cousin from Looney Tunes, the final scene has you walking in St. Petersburg, Russia, sporting a bushier wig and beard. Tiger undertakes the extra duty of defending Pakistani democracy in addition to keeping his family safe. Tiger feels obligated, like Tara Singh of Gadar 2, to keep an eye on our neighbor’s political situation because he is married to a Pakistani national. Tiger accomplishes this by encouraging Pakistanis to defend the Indian national anthem in addition to saving the country from itself. Tiger 3’s creators almost seem to have thought that jingoism would make up for Salman’s apathetic performance. 

Double Agent and Super Spy Tiger 3

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The scene where we start seems to have been created using the suggestions “Prince of Persia plus Afghanistan.” When Tiger and his keffiyeh arrive to save an Indian spy, he informs Tiger, in his final moments, that Zoya may be a double agent. Travel agents in attendance are sure to get chills as the film’s action then takes viewers on a city-hopping tour across Austria, Russia, and Turkey. It transpires that Zoya is in fact collaborating with the enemy, Aatish Rehman (Emraan Hashmi), a Pakistani Army officer who was court-martialed and formerly a comrade of her father’s. 

The majority of Tiger 3’s second half takes place at Pakistan’s presidential palace because Aatish is a man of many ideas. Hashmi is a nice addition to the spyverse, much like John Abraham was in Pathaan. In their sparse scenes together, Salman’s Tiger and Hashmi’s Aatish have more chemistry than Zoya and Tiger because Hashmi is one of those actors who Hindi cinema has rarely used to the best of his skills.

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Kaif has screen time and some amazing action sequences in this movie, and Zoya has always been a significant part of the Tiger franchise. What she lacks, though, is self-reliance. Zoya is viewed as Tiger’s stepping stone rather than as a significant player in her own right.

In the end, Zoya has less impact despite her screen time since her part is narrowly defined and Kaif finds it difficult to convey emotion or energy in her portrayal. Tiger 3 required an ensemble of outstanding supporting players to provide the bulk of the work for the film’s lead actors in order for it to succeed. Sadly, the screenplay and storyline don’t allow actors like Ranvir Shorey, Kumud Mishra, Revathi, and Simran enough work to accomplish, so the story of Tiger 3 remains a wreck and can’t be salvaged.

Tiger 3 Movie Review : Cast Performance

Salman Khan appears stunning, but only when he’s overly active. Tiger still has the same sense of flair, swagger, and sass, but the poor dialogue writing limits his chances to deliver the heroic speeches. With his exceptional on-screen presence, he makes every effort to counterbalance the harm, but things get out of hand far too quickly.

In Tiger Zinda Hai, Katrina Kaif starred in the renowned hospital action scene; nevertheless, in this instance, the focus is solely on filming her sultry hamam scene without any justification. The Hamam’s selection for the scene’s setup is largely puzzling, and this is a problem that plagues a lot of other scenes as well. Her pronunciation of Hindi is excellent until she delivers an odd, off-the-syllabus statement such as “Yeh kanya mardo ko ladna sikhati hai!” That’s not how Zoya has ever spoken before.

Emraan Hashmi’s worst nightmare has come true since the “dimaag ka khel” is nothing more than a badly written, watered-down espionage drama. It was too good to be true that Emraan’s Aatish would be playing the “Joker” to Salman Khan’s “Batman.” Despite his strong performance, Emraan is misrepresented in the writing. As you may have noticed, he shares many characteristics with Jim from Pathaan, played by John Abraham. Jim was an agent who had been divested of his responsibilities, gone rogue, lost his family, and wanted revenge against the main actor.

Vishal Jethwa is an actor you could never go wrong with, so why are you giving him this? He’s so badly squandered, I couldn’t help but feel bad for him.

Even the much-discussed Shah Rukh Khan appearance was too fake to generate much enthusiasm. His entrance and execution are so well-timed that it seems like everyone was waiting for Pathaan to kick their ass. While the two celebrities are riding the Sholay bike together, making jokes, and bromancing each other in the movie, where is the vision?

Tiger 3 Movie Cast: 

  • Salman Khan
  • Katrina Kaif
  • Emraan Hashmi
  • Revathi
  • Riddhi Dogra
  • Vishal Jethwa
  • Kumud Mishra


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