The Commando is back with a new franchise that promised to entertain audiences to be an action-packed thriller. While it doesn’t falter on the former, a strong, logical storyline continues to be the Achilles heel for the franchise.
Like its predecessors, Commando 3 is again about a Karanveer Singh Dogra (Vidyut Jammwal), Indian Special Forces’ best Commando who is sent on a mission to London to avert a possible terror strike on India. He is accompanied by Bhavana Reddy (Adah Sharma) and a British counterpart, Mallika Sood (Angira Dhar) on this mission to nab the terrorist mastermind Buraq Ansari (Gulshan Devaiah). However, their only clues are his eyes and voice.
Vipul Amrutlal Shah has offered each film in the franchise to a new director, which comes with its sets of pros and cons. Undoubtedly, the film delivers on the action front. Producer Vipul and director Aditya Datt have found gold in Vidyut Jammwal. Since the first film, Vidyut has ensured to up the ante and effortlessly deliver action scenes without making them look choreographed. Adah Sharma makes a comeback in this film as a police officer. Adah and Angira Dhar get their time to do some stunts and actions scenes, and they have done it with finesse. However, their roles are relegated to a support function with nothing much to brag about.
Gulshan Devaiah has done a good job as the antagonist, but we have seen better performances from him. This film, of course, just takes him to the league of stylish antagonists with masala inducing dialogue and slow motions.