One of the most popular movie franchise in India is back in its latest avatar, and its third installment - Dabangg 3 released in multiple languages including Kannada for the first time, simply gets bigger and better.
Bigger because of Bollywood's super star Salman Khan returning as Chulbul Pandey after a gap of seven years, and better due to namma very own Abhinaya Chakravarthy Kichcha Sudeepa challenging the mighty Chulbul Pandey with a blistering performance as Bali Singh.
Directed by Prabhudeva, also a Kannadiga by origin, Dabangg 3 is high on action, love and family sentiment along with the usual swag, funny pause and the thunderous punches of Salman, who owns himself as Chulbul Pandey in every frame.
In the third installment, which is in a way a sort of prequel to the Dabangg series, wherein the fans of Chulbul Pandey are introduced to Dhakad. The first half is a throwback on the first love of Dhakad, and how he later gets transformed into a rogue cop as Chulbul Pandey with a mission on his hand.
The Kannada speaking Salman is another treat to the fans here. It is his honest effort in dubbing in his own voice to his character speaks volumes about his undisputed stardom.
While it is an obvious complete show of strength, style and the swag of Salman Khan, Kichcha yet again proves why he is loved by his pan-India audience irrespective of any language. He stands true to his title - Abhinaya Chakravarthy, as known by his fans and admirers across the globe. In fact, his performance is being widely appreciated by several reputed film critics especially the Bollywood ones.With two biggest stars at loggerheads, the screen erupts with some great action.
As Bali, Kichcha is unstoppable even when Salman Khan is at his best. Dabangg 3 has everything for two plus hours of total dhamaka on the screen with two biggest stars who come along with romance, entertaining songs, brilliantly choreographed fights along with Dhakad's introduction. What's more, it has Kichcha in it with Salman speaking in Kannada. So, go grab a ticket and watch the popular onscreen cop fighting Namma Kichcha on the big screen.