Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 Movie Review: Please Save Me From This Atrocious Film
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 is the continuation of the Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster series with Jimmy Shergill and Mahi Gill reprising their roles with Sanjay Dutt as the newest addition.
Most films who start their 3rd installment of their franchise always end up dorky and lame. Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster 3comes in this category. I was expecting a lot from this film especially when creating a huge impact with the previous two films.
The film begins with Uday Pratap Singh (Sanjay Dutt) an exiled prince living in London and running a nightclub called the House Of Lords. Every day there are different rounds of Russian Roulette played in the club where most of the players who are pitted against Sanjay Dutt. He's a deadly gangster with a soft heart. I felt this was equivalent to a combination of Ballu of Khalnayak and Raghu Bhai of Vaastav.
Back in India, Madhavi (Mahi Gill) is now part of a political party after Aditya Pratap Singh (Jimmy Shergill) was imprisoned under the charges of murder. Ranjana (Soha Ali Khan) is a frequent alcoholic who ends up creating a scene while drunk. Mahi Gill is savage as hell and Jimmy Shergill is alright but Soha is wasted.
Baba gets deported to India when he murders a Brit over a verbal spat which is noticed by Madhavi and her inner sexual desires start getting awaken. After returning to India, Baba meets his lover who happens to be the nautch girl (Chitrangada Singh) who is only a mere showpiece. Another plot is added when Uday's father (Kabir Bedi) and his brother (Deepak Tijori) conspire to get rid of him by any means necessary.
Despite all the sex scenes, intense dialogues and unpredictable pace, the film fails to impress the audience. No doubt that Jimmy Shergill and Mahi Gill keep the franchise on going but the film could've focused more on the story rather than sex and violence.Overall, the film is just a timepass to lighten up your boredom.
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