Story: It’s the third version of Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster collection the place it’s survival of the wittiest and the wealthiest. Will the royal couple Madhavi Devi and Aditya Pratap Singh survive of relentless plotting, scheming and backstabbing?
Review: An incarcerated saheb. A politically highly effective biwi and a London based mostly gangster, who makes a killing enjoying the harmful sport of Russian roulette. Director and co-author Tigmanshu Dhulia wastes no time in setting the stage for a confrontational drama of energy-hungry women and men who will cease at nothing to get what they need. The narrative of this version begins on a recent be aware, and takes an unpredictable path to unravelling newer aspects of its multi-layered characters.
Main all of them is Queen Madhavi Devi (Mahie Gill), who pulls off a posh character with such ease and congeniality, leaving you wanting for extra, regardless of her having the lion’s share of the script. Coming in a detailed second is his highness Aditya Pratap Singh (Jimmy Sheirgill) who does a high-quality job of balancing the dream of capturing his misplaced love and glory. As Kabir aka Baba, Sanjay Dutt isn’t fairly the gangster however extra of a complicated outlaw, who has a coronary heart and a mood that at all times spells hassle. He’s apt for the function, though he seems to be a tad bit drained and fewer royal. However whereas these three have their duties lower out, the identical can’t be stated for the opposite two women within the movie. Chitrangada Singh as Suhani appears breathtakingly stunning however barring her introduction scene, does little greater than slowing down the tempo. Soha Ali Khan as Saheb’s biwi no.2 Ranjana is wasted, actually and figuratively. Remainder of the supporting solid – Kabir Bedi, Nafisa Ali and Deepak Tijori are adequately solid because the royal household of Boondigarh.
- Sanjay Dutt as Raam Baba
- Jimmy Shergill as Ghanta Singh
- Mahi Gill as SiriDevi
- Deepak Tijori Kabir’s Step Brother
- Chitrangada Singh as Mona
- Soha Ali Khan as Ranjana
- Kabir Bedi as Kabir’s Father
- Deepraj Rana as Kanhaiya
- Nafisa Ali as Kabir’s Mother
- Imran Hasnee as Bashir Ali
- Rishina Kandhari as Aditya’s Sister