Tiger 3 | Movie Review

‘Tiger 3’ review: Salman Khan’s adrenaline-pumping action and Katrina Kaif’s impressive action scenes shine in the YRF spy thriller, although the film navigates a predictable storyline and lacks finesse in certain aspects.

YRF’s ‘Tiger 3’ unfolds yet another chapter in its spy universe, revolving around a fervent terrorist caught in the web of patriotism. Shridhar Raghavan’s narrative provides the canvas for director Maneesh Sharma to orchestrate a dazzling symphony of action, duty, and sacrifice.

Salman Khan, a treat for Bhai fans, delivers a revitalized performance, showcasing daredevil stunts that defy not only death and gravity but also logic. The film is a visual feast, brimming with constant thrills, predictable yet engaging plot twists, and larger-than-life action sequences that traverse Europe, Russia, and Istanbul.

While Emraan Hashmi’s antagonist portrayal lacks conviction in its clichéd mold, Katrina Kaif shines with a well-etched character arc, displaying prowess in action sequences, notably in a gripping fight scene with Michelle Lee.

‘Tiger 3’ adeptly straddles the line between patriotic fervor and over-dramatization, buoyed by Shahrukh Khan’s seamless cameo as Pathaan, delighting fans of both Khans. However, the film falters in its musical impact, often depicting Pakistan simplistically without nuanced exploration.

Despite its reliance on familiar spy genre tropes and occasional technical flaws, the movie’s swift pacing, taut editing, and mass entertainment appeal make it a worthy extension to the franchise.

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