A battle-hardened army officer squares off against drug lords and Russian henchmen to save his ex-lover's kidnapped daughter in the underbelly of Goa, India.A battle-hardened army officer squares off against drug lords and Russian henchmen to save his ex-lover's kidnapped daughter in the underbelly of Goa, India.A battle-hardened army officer squares off against drug lords and Russian henchmen to save his ex-lover's kidnapped daughter in the underbelly of Goa, India.
Ronnie, an army officer who ties his enemies onto the front of his jeep and uses them as a human shield is approached by his ex-lover Neha. Neha tells Ronnie that her daughter has been kidnapped but no police station or school can recognise the kidnapping girl. Does this little girl exist or is it a hoax?
Ahmed Khan is a revolutionary (drumroll) choreographer, not a filmmaker. He manages to fit into the Director/Choreographer category which also has Farah Khan, Remo D Souza, and PrabhuDeva. First he directs Fool N Final and now this piece of trash
The screenplay was filled with excessive amount of cliches and no to forget that the cliches were abided within the casting body of the entire film.
Acting was total nonsense and it didn't do any justice to the film.
Six pack abs, kicking, punching, and other jaw dropping stunts are things we see within an actor like Tiger Shroff. Although that isn't a bad thing but seeing him with expressions and feelings made me realise how he needs acting classes desperately.
Disha Patani may be an attractive and fit woman for the acting career but just like Shroff, she needs to work on researching better roles just like how she managed to fit the part in M.S Dhoni - the untold story.
Prateik Babbar successfully plays such an unconvincing charcter as drug addict Sunny and Neha's "jeeja ji". Although he was buff for the role but his voice felt like a sheep suffering from a throat infection.
Manoj Bajpayee was quite decent in his part as a commissioner of police but he needs to stop portrying roles of government employed.
Even Randeep Hooda and Deepak Dobriyal gave average performances and none of them did any justice to their roles.
The direction was an absolute atrocity based on the angles that were shot in (dutch angles are awfully irritating). Although the action sequences will give you the Rambo feeling but the cringe worthiest thing about the action was the way it was edited like the slow motion and the flipping.
Music was a something hard to consume big time and seeing remakes has just increased the boredom of usic listeners. Your ears will screech to a point once you hear the recreation of Ek Do Teen and Mundiyan. The old versions are far better and more realitic than these 2 current remakes.
Overall, Baaghi 2 (**vomit sound**) could be promising once you enter the theater but after watching the film, It'll just put you through tons of regrets such as relying upon the writing, acting, and not to forget the regurgitated music.
But yeah, based on the action sequences, this movie should have an average fare at the box office.
2/5 - No Baaghi 3 please
- Mar 30, 2018