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Suriya Singham 3 Movie Review & Ratings

By - February 09, 2017 - 04:17 PM IST

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Starring: Suriya, Anushka Shetty, Shruti Haasan, Radhika Sarath Kumar, Krish, Thakur Anoop Singh, Nithiin Satya, Soori, Robo Shankar, Chaams and others
Cinematography: Priyan
Music: Harris Jayaraj
Editors: V. T. Vijayan & T. S. Jay
Written by: Hari
Telugu Dialogues: Sashank Vennelakanti
Originally Producers: K. E. Gnanavel Raja & Dhaval Jayantilal Gada
Telugu Version Producer: Sivakumar
Production Companies: Studio Green & Pen Movies & Aadnah Arts
Telugu Production Company: Suraksh Entertainments
Directed by: Hari


Singham 3 Tag Line: Singham Is Back In Action
 
Singham 3 Plot:

Police officer Narasimham (Suriya) is transferred to Mangalore City to investigate the city commissioner's (Jaya Prakash) murder. Narasimham who secretly starts the investigation finds out that there is a significant motive behind the commissioner's murder and a businessman named Vittal (Thakur Anoop Singh) is involved in the killing. The rest of the plot is all about how Narasimham reveals the actual persons and intentions behind the murder.

Performances:

Suriya as Narasimham continued his energy and aggressive nature in the third part of the film as well. His mass elevations and dialogue delivery are phenomenal. It's completely Suriya's action show as Singham.

Shruti Haasan played a bubbly role in the film. She added charm to the screen. More or less, her role is similar to that of Hansika in the second part of the movie.

Anushka Shetty is good in her role, but she has a very limited appearance in the movie. She just comes and goes in the film.

Sharat Saxena and Thakur Anoop Singh played the negative lead roles in the film. Thakur is new to our audiences, and he failed to make a positive impression. The makers could have taken care regarding the dubbing for Thakur. Sharat Saxena is good in his role.

Radhika Sarath Kumar impresses in a limited role.

All the other actors impresses in their roles and make us feel their presence

Singham 3 Analysis:

On a funnier side, The film Singham 3 is finally in the theatres from today! Suriya as Narasimham is trying to take charge from December 9th, 2016 but him receiving the appointment letter is constantly getting delayed. When everyone was relieved that Singham is arriving today, the cancellation of the early shows due to the technical problems came as a surprise. After a couple of hours tension, the hurdles were cleared, and the shows began!

Carrying the energy and aggressiveness of 'Narasimham', the director Hari cooked another interesting plot in the third part. From the first scene itself, the film gives many high moments to the fans. The film has a predictable story like the two other parts. Like the other two parts, we see Narasimham chasing down the mystery of a particular case in this third part. Though the story turns predictable, the director keeps us engaged with the proceedings. The tit for tat formula between police and the criminal was presented in an engaging manner. The interesting aspect that the director added to the predictable plot is touching the "Environment Pollution."

Apparently, it looks like the director Hari intentionally added this point after getting inspired by the events happening around him. Few people from Tamilnadu have raised their voice on social media that the local Politicians are hand in hand with Foreign companies and are helping to dump medical waste at Pallikaranai dumping yard! Such a thing is creating a lot of environmental pollution. The director Hari sensibly added this point but he did not give an ending to it. Usually, when such real incidents are discussed in films, we expect that the filmmakers also come up with a possible solution/ending for that but it missed out in the film.

The fast-paced narration is an advantage for the film. But the songs and the constable comedy track were forced in the screenplay. The film is more of thrilling action episodes and police-criminal game and less on emotions. Had the film is high on emotions, the Singham 3 could have been to the next level. The One Day Action episode, Suriya's Sydney Airport scene and the scenes involving Suriya catching the containers are the major highlights of the film. There are too many goosebump moments in the movie, but the music poorly supported all of them. The action scenes were executed in a brilliant way.

Merits:

- Police-Criminal Strategies
- Suriya's Energy
- Dialogues
- BGM

De-Merits:

- Predicted Plot
- Comedy Track
- Poor Sound Designing

Music:

The music scored by Harris Jayraj is just okay. The songs have received appreciation for the Tamil version of the movie, but the songs did not work in Telugu. None of the songs is hummable. But Harris did a great job with the background score. The BGM elevated the mass and action sequences of the film. Harris contributed his level best to take the movie to the next level.

Others:

The special song performed by Neethu Chandra is okay. All the fights keep the audiences glued to the screen. The cinematography of the film is not so good. The editing is bad. At times, the scene transition is abrupt. The dances composition is excellent. The sound designing is a drawback for the film.

The writing is good. The dialogues penned by Sashank Vennelakanti are thumping and fallen perfectly for the situations. Suriya also delivered them impressively. Srinivas Murthy's dubbing also helped Suriya's character. But the dubbing for other actors is not up to the mark. Few scenes like kicking/beating women could have been avoided. Suriya delivering dialogues about the country are excellent.

For Tamil version, the film unit developed the plot with Vizag as a backdrop, and for the Telugu version, we have Mangalore as the backdrop. It could have been nice if Vizag is the backdrop for the Telugu version,

Singham 3 Verdict By iQlik:

The third part of Singham series is high on action mode. With few irking scenes, the film runs with good pace without losing the connectivity with the audiences. The emotional touch is missing in the movie, and except for that, this Narasimham is completely entertaining. A happily watchable film!

Sequel Meter: Singham 1 > Singham 3 > Singham 2

For Fans: Suriya's Mass Feast

For MovieGoers: Enjoyable Action Film