A typical Bollywood fare, Dabangg 3, has it all, romance, hero vs villain and hero vs villain’s cronies’ encounters. Sonakshi as Rajjo is the perfect Indian housewife. Very beautiful and very dutiful. The kind of girl, every Indian man will like to take to his mother. Like in Dabangg and Dabanng 2, Salman Khan as Chulbul Pandey is at his best – all muscle, all smile, all desi humour and all ‘shtyle’. He makes mincemeat of all the baddies, some of them twice his size and with more muscles, with such consummate ease that will put even ace MMA artistes to shame. Some master fighters may even want to hang up their boots after watching the fight scenes! Even the new bad boy on the scene, a very repulsive-looking Bali Singh (essayed well by Sandalwood star Sudeep) stands no chance against Bollywood’s legendary muscle-man. Newcomer Saiee Manjrekar, Chulbul Pandey’s first crush in the movie, makes an impact with her innocent looks. Arbaaz Khan as ‘Makkhi’ Pandey, Chulbul’s brother’ has a very deceptive role. Pramod Khanna comes in place of his brother, the late Vinod Khanna, who played the role of the hero’s father in the earlier two versions. His resemblance to Vinod Khanna is so strong that he can easily pass off as his famous brother.
Dabangg 3 is a good entertainer with hardly a dull moment.