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Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor starrer “Baaghi” is out. The film, which is an out-n-out action thriller with a pinch of romance, has received mixed reviews from critics.
Baaghi(A Rebel For Love): ‪‪‬Review (Tiger Shroff‬, ‪Shraddha Kapoor)

Baaghi(A Rebel For Love) Moview Review: 

“Baaghi,” which is inspired from Indonesian film “The Raid: Redemption” and Telugu film “Varsham,” is an action drama starring Tiger, Shraddha and Sudheer Babu in the lead roles. The film is directed by Sabbir Khan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala.”Baaghi” is a love story with hardcore action drama, but the storyline has not impressed the critics. The reviewers have said that the actors have performed excellently.

Baaghi(A Rebel For Love) Moview Review: 

Directed by  
Sabbir Khan
Produced by
Sajid Nadiadwala
 Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor, Sudheer Babu and Paras Arora
Music by  
Meet Bros, Amaal Malik, Ankit Tiwari, Manj Musik
Binod Pradhan
Production company
Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainments and UTV Motion Pictures
Censor Rating
Run Time
150 minutes
Release date
April 29th 2016

Baagi Script Script Analysis

After Heropanti, Tiger Shroff waited two years for his second film and I wonder what he found in this script.Baaghi cannot be called a romantic action drama. It is merely action without reason drama. It comes with a cliched script of a one-sided love becoming the thorn in a rosy affair. What is weird is, the inclusion of the whole Karate kid style training angle in it.To start off, the script fails to establish its characters properly. Ronny does not have any background, he is just a rebel. Sia seems to smoking some substances which may cause her character to have a ‘happy-go-lucky’ nature all through the day. She is irritably chirpy!Sia’s character keeps repeating a line ‘Tu bohot aage jayega’ but unfortunately we cannot say the same about our lead or even the story in this case.Comic elements are inserted via Sunil Grover and Sanjay Mishra’s characters. They are cringeworthy in most cases and give you only a few chuckles.The first half is extremely quick in the first fifteen minutes itself. That may be the case because by the second half, there is no story to tell, only action to showcase. The writers even forget to give dialogues for the second half as Ronny has to fight it out with Raghav’s men for 10 floors! Who needs dialogues for that? Besides, we already know the end, so the makers put in zero efforts to change that!

Performance of Stars :

Tiger Shroff de-grades with his second film. He was much better in his debut Heropanti. His weakness as an actor mainly reflects in the emotional scenes, as far as the action goes, he completely kills it.Shraddha Kapoor does a la Ek Villain. She over-acts even when she is just batting her eyelid. In spite of that, she is one of the key selling points of the film and for that she should have been utilized more. Her limited action sequences are certainly worth a mention!Sudheer Babu plays the lead antagonist. Apart from his drool worthy abs, the South sensation puts up an average act.Sunil Grover does a good job as Sia’s father who is funny yet sly. Sadly his character is forgotten in the second half by the writers.Sanjay Mishra does a cameo as a blind cabbie in Thailand. He is funny only till a certain point.

Baaghi Review on Direction, Music :

Sabbir Khan came up with Heropanti two years back. The film marked Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon’s debut and was even received well by the audiences thanks to its commercial quotient. With Baaghi, the director gets a little over ambitious and makes a film that is inspired from The Raid : Redemption. While he manage to make Baaghiwatchable with its slick action, as a storyteller he fails to execute the right balance of romance and action.Shot across Kerala and Bangkok, the film’s cinematography is fresh yet below-potential. Repeated shots of the antagonist’s ten floored building are a nuisance.From the action point of view, the film excels and an agile camera-work compliments it.

Baagi Rating :

We are told Ronny (Tiger Shroff) is a rebel. Don’t ask why! His father, in order to get him disciplined sends him off to Kerala at his friend’s martial arts academy. Naturally, he is much of a rule-breaker there.On his journey to the academy, Ronny meets the over-chirpy, talking to the clouds kind of girl Sia (Shraddha Kapoor). She is an upcoming actress in her father’s (Sunil Grover) film.  Boy-meets-girl, exchange a few words and are in love!Wait a second, there is also a villain. Raghav (Sudheer Babu) too is in love with Sia or more like obssesed with her.Will Ronny and Sia’s love survive amidst Raghav’s nasty plans is what the story is all about.

Rating: 2/3

Review by IndiaNewsToday