Verdict: Dabangg 3 is a mass entertainer through and through.

Bhai delivered an early Christmas gift to all his die-hard fans with Dabangg 3. This film acts as both a prequel to Dabangg as well as a sequel to Dabangg 2. Helmed together by Prabhu Deva, this larger-than-life movie has Salman Khan doing what he does best – making a mass entertainer that has the right amount of masala, action, and romance.

What’s Dabangg 3 About:

Chulbul Pandey (Salman Khan) is living his best life as a hotshot cop whose average day involves flirting with his wife Rajjo (Sonakshi Sinha), troubling his brother Makkhi (Arbaaz Khan), and fighting off local goons. Everything changes when he busts a prostitution racket controlled by Bali Singh (Kichha Sudeep). We soon learn that Bali Singh and Chulbul Pandey have a chattis-ka-akda past. We are then taken on a journey where we meet a good-for-nothing dhaakad who goes through a series of absolutely tragic events thanks to Bali Singh that transforms him into the dabangg Chulbul Pandey.

What Works:

The only thing that makes Dabangg 3 work is Salman Khan himself. If you are an ardent Bhai fan, there are plenty of whistle-worthy moments that will make your day, including a fight scene where Salman’s shirt comes off. This is one of the many fight scenes in the movie that are all extravagant and unrealistic but score points on the entertainment meter. Kichha Sudeep owns the screen and makes for a worthy arch-nemesis to Salman’s Chulbul Pandey. You will also be thoroughly entertained by Sallu’s charms and wit.

What Could’ve Been Better:

We would’ve liked it better if the movie was a tad bit shorter. Watch this film for the sake of pure entertainment and masala.

Why You Should Watch:

Dabangg 3 is an absolute treat for all Bhai’s fans. Get ready to chant Hudd Hudd Dabangg as Salman Khan takes over the big screen with his larger-than-life screen presence.