Salman Khan's " Dabangg 3 " Movie Review .

" Dabangg 3 " is  Hindi-language action comedy film directed by Prabhu Deva, and produced by Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan under their respective banners of Salman Khan Films and Arbaaz Khan Productions.

The film is a sequel to the 2012 film Dabangg 2 and the third installment of Dabangg film series. The screenplay of the film is written by Salman Khan, Prabhu Deva and Alok Upadhyaye. The story is set in the state of Madhya Pradesh. 

Salman Khan as Inspector Chulbul Pandey,Sudeep as Bali Singh,Sonakshi Sinha as Rajjo Pandey, Saiee Manjrekar as Khushi,Arbaaz Khan as Makhanchand "Makkhi" Pandey ,Amole Gupte as Ashraf ,Mahie Gill as Nirmala Pandey ,Tinnu Anand as Masterji,Nikitin Dheer as Chunni,Pramod Khanna as Prajapati Pandey,Pankaj Tripathi as Devendra Singh,Nawab Shah as Devram,Sarfaraz Khan as a shopkeeper,Abhilash Chaudhary as Police Inspector , Milind Gunaji as Amit ,Resh Lamba as Badru
Santosh Shukla as Shukla ,Mahesh Manjrekar as Hariya (Special appearance) .Girish Kumar as Ram Sharma,Prabhu Deva as himself (special appearance in the song "Munna Badnaam Hua"),Warina Hussain as item girl (special appearance in the song "Munna Badnaam Hua"),Tunisha Sharma (special appearance),Preity Zinta (cameo appearance).

Written by Dilip Shukla,Aloke Upadhyaya
(dialogue),Screenplay by Salman Khan
Prabhu Deva,Aloke Upadhyaya .Music by Sajid-Wajid ,Cinematography Mahesh Limaye ,Edited by Ritesh Soni .

Watching Dabangg 3 it's clear that the law of diminishing returns has caught up with this franchise. Chulbul may have a progressive outlook when it comes to women, but the same can't be said about the film's unmistakably sexist gaze. It's in the manner that Prabhudeva frames his women: the camera lingering a little too long on a heroine's bosom, repeated shots of her bare midriff. 

The film feels like a string of unimaginative, repetitive action scenes strung together, pausing every few minutes for an underwhelming song. 

What's genuinely disappointing is that the irreverence, the lightness of touch that was the hallmark of the first film can be spotted but only in flashes. 

Rating : 3 / 5.

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