'Commando 3' review: Smooth moves, powerful kicks and backflips ensure adrenaline rush for action lovers
In a bid to offer something different, the plot gets into the subject of radicalisation of teenagers.
The plot is simple — London-based terror mastermind Buraq (Devaiah), is planning something sinister in India on Dussehra. Karanveer Singh Dogra and Bhavana Reddy (Sharma) are assigned to stop Buraq from executing his plans, with local support from a British counterpart Mallika Sood (Dhar). While the film pops few surprises and twists, Dogra succeeds in his mission without any intelligent plan of action, thanks to his karate chops.
Bollywood has already seen countless special-op agents, soldiers and police officers save the country from terrorists. In a bid to offer something different, the plot gets into the subject of radicalisation of teenagers. But it doesn’t add much value to the movie’s storyline. Neither do the token mentions of Babri Masjid and animal politics in India help.
Commando Dogra scores on the action scenes with his smooth moves, powerful kicks, punches and backflips. It is also fun to see the leading women Adah Sharma and Angira Dhar join the boys in action. For action lovers, it’s an adrenaline rush.