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Producer: K. E. Gnanavel Raja, Dhaval Jayantilal Gada
Music: Harris Jayaraj
Casting: Surya, Aushka, Shruti Haasan, Radhika, Thaukr Anop Singh, Neetu Chandra and others
Narasimham (Surya) after successful operations in Viskhapatnam and Kakinada this time goes on deputation to Mangalore, Karnataka to investigate the brutal murder of police commissioner.
DCP Narasimham carries out investigation in his own style and in the takes on hardcore criminals who carryout notorious acts with the help of political nexus with even central ministers.
Narasimham cracks the case of Police Commissioner murder but finds out even starling information linking to Australia and business man Vittal (Thakoor Anoop Singh), son of Union Minister for Civil Aviation. To find out about that information, why Narasimham divorced Kavya (Anushka) and what Divya (Shruti) got to do in the investigation, watch S3 on silver screen.
Surya showed his power as honest cop slipping into the role with ease. He enacted stunning stunts and his dialogue delivery and expressions are terrific. He created powerful impact with his performance acting as a live wire.
Thakur Anoop Singh who starred in the negative role did well on debut and showed his macho physique. Shruti Haasan is confined to glamour role and did not get much scope to perform. Same is the case with Anushka. Anushka in fact failed to attract fans with her overweight. Others performed according to their roles.
Harris Jayaraj failed to attract with his music. Songs failed to make impact and some songs acted as speed breakers. Background score is ok. Cinematography is good and elevated the film. Editing could have been far better as there are many drags in the film.
Director Hari could have included some interesting elements in the investigation to make the film create more impact. Production values are fine.
Too much violence
Director Hari continued from where he left in the first two parts and connected the story well to the first two parts. Right from the start to finish the film is fast paced with full of action scenes and powerful dialogues. However for all his efforts the film's story missed the soul. The story turned extremely routine and predictable and too much violence put off the viewers after sometime and ends up testing the patience .
Hari failed in his screenplay and direction. He concentrated only on showing Surya's power as a cop and only in some scenes using technology he showed him as intelligent cop. He should have included more such scenes to make it more interesting rather than concentrate on action scenes.
For all the hype, S3 fails to live up to the expectations and do not come nowhere near the first and second parts.
S3's roar has nothing special in it.
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