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A police office chases down a group of misled youngsters, which, in turn, leads to a bigger revelation. In a bid to avert the impending terrorist attack, the bureau ropes in Karanveer Singh Dogra who is accompanied by Bhavana Reddy, to get to the root of the plan and bring the culprit to justice. The duo receives able support from their British counterpart, Mallika Sood on this mission.

Storyline

The Mumbai Police officers arrest 3 young terror suspects and try to interrogate them but get no information. Karanveer Singh Dogra "Karan" is called to help the police but one of the suspects kills himself. Upon investigating further, Karan learns the suspects received money and VHS tapes containing a terrorist's message. Also, one of the suspects talks repeatedly about 9/11, which is decoded as an attack on India on the day of Diwali. Further learning the recordings were shot by a camera in London, Karan decides to go undercover along with Bhavana Reddy, who assisted him on his previous mission. Posing as a married couple, they arrive in London where Mallika Sood, a British Intelligence officer picks them up and takes them to their work station where another agent named Armaan Akhtar assists them. On the other hand, the British Muslim terrorist Buraq Ansari forces his son Abeer to watch him killing a man, due to which Abeer's mother and Buraq's ex wife Zahira wants to contact the police but is threatened by Buraq. Learning two Indian agent have arrived in London possibly to capture him, Buraq enlists the help of his agents to track them while Karan and his team go through the same process to track Buraq's agents. While pursuing a suspect, Karan meets Zahira and Abeer, and soon gets involved in a bike chase with the suspect, resulting in the latter's accidental death. Karan retrieves his phone and answers Buraq's call, further telling him he would soon visit the dead suspect's house. Karan and team arrive at the house, but outside it are stopped by Buraq's goons. A fight breaks out, resulting in Karan getting thrown out of the house by an explosion. The video goes viral, and so does Bhavana's tweet supporting Karan.

It is soon revealed to be a part of Karan's plan when he releases a video of himself challenging Buraq without disclosing his identity. When Buraq's DNA matches with that of a murder suspect, Karan and his team rush to Buraq's restaurant but find him gone. Realizing he would have gone to pick up his son from school, Karan arrives there and challenges him before the latter disappears. Back in Mumbai, the two suspects are reformed by a Muslim saint. Buraq is unwilling to let go of his son and soon finds himself exposed when Karan holds a press conference with Abeer and Zahira. While the mother and son are being escorted safely to the airport for India, Buraq's henchmen attack the vehicles. Bhavana is knocked out in the crash while Karan and Mallika fight off the henchmen. However, Zahira and Abeer are kidnapped and Mallika is informed about Buraq's surrender. Karan tries to interrogate him but ends up using force due to which he is ordered to leave London within 24 hours. Buraq is freed due to making a deal with the BI; he gives them evidence for a previous attack in exchange for his freedom. On his way to a safe house, Buraq asks the officers to stop at a mosque so that he can pray. He switches places with one of his henchmen and kills Zahira. Realizing the attack would be not on Diwali but before it, Karan decides to continue alone but is joined by his team. Through Abeer's tablet, the safe house is located and attacked by Karan and team. Following the fight that leaves all the henchmen dead, Karan injects Buraq and takes him away as he is unconscious. Bhavana and Mallika rescue Abeer, while Karan is safely picked up by his agency's helicopter and escorted to a cargo ship heading towards India. With minimal time remaining for the attacks, Karan and the police try to find the targeted cities. Decoding "ALLAH" spoken repeatedly by Buraq, Karan finds the targeted cities and releases a video requesting the Muslims of India to understand the value of religious unity. When Muslims gear up to face the terrorists, they are joined by the police officers and terrorists are arrested. Karan kills Buraq, and hands over Abeer to the dead suspect's father.

Critic Review

1 year ago | TIMES OF INDIA

2.5

Upon realising that a massive terror attack is underway, the Indian Special Forces send their best Commando, Karanveer Singh Dogra, to London to nab the mastermind.

'Commando 3' gets into the thick of things right at the beginning when a police office chases down a group of misled youngsters, which, in turn, leads to a bigger revelation. In a bid to avert the impending terrorist attack, the bureau ropes in Karanveer Singh Dogra (Vidyut Jammwal), who is accompanied by Bhavana Reddy (Adah Sharma), to get to the root of the plan and bring the culprit to justice. The duo receives able support from their British counterpart, Mallika Sood (Angira Dhar) in this mission.

The violence in 'Commando 3' is brutal, bloody and graphic in some scenes. It will take some nerve to sit through those. What works is that the third instalment of the series stays true to its core – it delivers heavy-duty action, with raw hand-to-hand combat and swift chases. Vidyut Jammwal as Commando Karanveer Singh Dogra scores on every action scene, taking it a notch higher -- with his smooth and slick kicks, punches and back flips – it’s undoubtedly a sure-shot adrenaline rush. The leading ladies, Adah Sharma and Angira Dhar, too, pack a punch, though sometimes it seems like they are trying too hard. But, it’s refreshing to see the women kick some butt, in tandem with the action boys in a hardcore action film. Gulshan Devaiah has impressed with his performances in the past, but here, he doesn’t quite stand up to the barbaric and menacing character (Buraq Ansari).

Aditya Datt’s ‘Commando 3’ uses cliché tropes that action thrillers with such subjects usually do, like the hero making a grand entry while a girl is being harassed by a man, scenes replete with loaded patriotic dialogues and many such. The first half of the story has ample action, but it takes time to gather momentum and draw you in. The second half offers some twists and turns; however, the story is so stretched by then, even the high-octane action doesn’t keep you as invested. The basic plotline of one brave commando saving the nation at all costs from a series of terror attacks, is trite, but that is not the bigger problem here. The narrative is far-fetched, defies logic and tries to pack in so much that it loses grip and pace at times. The background score attempts to elevate the drama, but is often overbearing.

However, for action buffs, there is enough and more in ‘Commando 3’. Vidyut steals the show as the daredevil who can stun you with every blow. Of course, patriotic fervour captures almost every key scene in the film, but what manages to hold your interest is the tension and tact Vidyut adds to every scene with his power-packed action moves.

Movie Details

A police office chases down a group of misled youngsters, which, in turn, leads to a bigger revelation. In a bid to avert the impending terrorist attack, the bureau ropes in Karanveer Singh Dogra who is accompanied by Bhavana Reddy, to get to the root of the plan and bring the culprit to justice. The duo receives able support from their British counterpart, Mallika Sood on this mission.

Genre : Action, Drama, Thriller
Language : Hindi
Director : Aditya Datt
Producer : Vipul Amrutlal Shah
Release Date(Theater) : 28th Nov, 2019
Runtime : 2h 14min
Production Co : Blockbuster Movie EntertainersMotion Picture CapitalReliance EntertainmentSunshine Pictures
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