Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 starring Sanjay Dutt, Jimmy Sheirgill, Mahie Gill, Chitrangda Singh, Soha Ali Khan, Deepak Tijori, Zakir Hussain, Kabir Bedi, Nafisa Ali and Deepraj Rana, amongst others is releasing on July 27 and early reviews have already started pouring in. And unfortunately, it has failed to live upto the mark of the critics as the movie has left them disappointed.
Throughout the series, the characters have tried to struggle their way out through the norms and build an empire for themselves, according to their own rules. They can kill for power, they have in them an unusual lust for life and can die for honour.
In the third part of the franchise, the characters are bolder than what they were in the earlier parts. This time around there is an explosion of emotions and winning takes centre stage for every character.
Jimmy Shergill as the Saheb, a fading royal class who lives in the present with deep scars of the past will be seen struggling for his lost glory. Will he succeed in his tireless pursuit of power?
Mahie Gill as the Biwi, a master manipulator, will be seen reaching the peak of scheming and plotting in this part. Will she succeed in usurping power from her Saheb?
Sanjay Dutt as the Gangster, short-tempered yet compassionate, will be propelled into the treacherous world of deceit. Loved deeply and dearly by a true beauty in every sense, Suhani played by Chitrangada Singh who will define purity and faith.
While the movie is all set to open in theatres on Friday, check out what critics have to say about the film. Saheb Biwi aur Gangster 3 is presented by Raju Chadha, produced by Rahul Mittra and Tigmanshu Dhulia who has also directed it.
Ronak Kotecha of The Times Of India: "With so many characters there is often a problem of plenty, but with taut writing and an unpredictable narrative, writers Sanjay Chouhan and Tigmanshu Dhulia manage to stay ahead of the curve. Of course, Dhulia falls prey to usual pitfalls of a forgettable item number and a totally avoidable love song, but what redeems him are the crisp punch-packed dialogues, which are less dramatic and more effective."
Lokesh Dharmani of Peeping Moon: "We understand that characters are hungry and ambitious in their desperate times. But there is hardly any build-up. Suddenly privy purses and Spanish diplomats and Rajwada history are pushed down our throats without any notice. There are silly love songs and item numbers that unnecessarily add to the length of the film and add no respite whatsoever. Saheb Biwi aur Gangster disappoints. Watch it at your own risk."
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