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Baaghi 2 Music Review

An adrenaline packed action movie of Rambo levels, Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 2 is a follow up from 2016’s Baaghi: A Rebel for Love, which propelled Tiger to stardom. Disha Patani has replaced Shraddha Kapoor as the leading lady to our action hero. The film is taken to new heights under the direction of Ahmed Khan. As a reflection of the characters, the songs must provide music to describe a variety of strong emotions. There will be power, there will be anger and loss but the audience must have fun too! Thus the producers have opted for a range of music directors namely Mithoon, Arko, Sandeep Shirodkar, Gourov-Roshin and Pranaay Rijay to each give their own take on the situation.

Coincidentally two remakes open the Ost for this film. Sandeep Shirodkar takes responsibility for Mundiyan, a remake of the famous collaboration between Punjabi Mc and Jay-z. Navraj Hans and Palak Muchhal
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Tiger Shroff: Baaghi (2016) Review

Two years after his debut film Heropanti, India’s rising star Tiger Shroff is back in his second feature film, Baaghi, also known as Baaghi: A Rebel for Love. While his debut film was an entertaining first performance of the young star, there was still a lot of room for improvement. With his second film, Shroff again teamed up with Heropanti‘s director Sabbir Khan to bring an action-filled flick.

Baaghi follows Ronny (Shroff), a young rebel who doesn’t listen to anyone and does his own thing. He joins a martial arts school to be disciplined, fulfilling his father’s dying wish. It would have done the film good to focus primarily on Ronny’s development as a human being as he transforms from a rebel without a cause, to a rebel with a cause. Unfortunately, this part of the story kind of lingers in the background, as the
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Heropanti (2014) Review

So you think Hollywood stars are big? Probably you haven`t been introduced to the world of Bollywood yet, the Indian film industry, where the term “Megastar” is often used and some stars have a large global following. The 70s had greats like Rajesh Khanna, the 80s included Amitabh Bachchan, the 90s saw the rise of the so-called three Khans (Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Amir Khan) and the 00s introduced us to Hrithik Roshan. Now in the 2010s, the Khans (all of them entering their 50s) still rule most of India`s filmindustry with releasing box office smash hits yearly, but in 2014 the world was introduced to Bollywood`s newest promising star: Tiger Shroff.

Heropanti is Shroff`s debute film for which he prepared three years. Because when in Bollywood, one is not expected to just act, but also to be able to sing and dance as well.
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