Sanjay Dutt: As Kabir, he is rather not the gangster but a refined outlaw more. He has a temper & a heart that always calls trouble. He’s apt for the character, even though he seems a bit tired & less royal.
Jimmy Shergill: As Aditya Pratap Singh, his highness, he performs the role of balancing his dream to capture his lost glory & love, very well.
Mahie Gill: As Queen Madhavi Devi, she pulls off the complex role with much congeniality & ease, leaving you asking for more.
Story: It’s the 3rd edition of Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster series which portrays the wittiest & the wealthiest’s survival. It is a tale of insistent plotting, tricking & backstabbing lived by the royal couple, Madhavi Devi & Aditya Pratap Singh.
Direction: Tigmanshu Dhulia, the Director does not waste any time in preparing the arena for a confrontational drama of men & women who are power-hungry & who’ll not end at anything to get what they yearn for.
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster: The movie has usual pitfalls including a to be forgotten item number & a love song which is totally avoidable, but what buybacks the director is the crispy punch-packed lines, which are more effective & less dramatic. SBG3 successfully carries forward the legacy with fewer bumps on the way.
Review by Shreya Ghosh