Planning to watch Baaghi 2? BollywoodMDB.com brings you its detailed review right here right now before you book your tickets.
By Mohnish Singh - March 30, 2018
Cast: Tiger Shroff,Disha Patani,Manoj Bajpai,Randeep Hooda,Deepak Dobriyal,Prateik Babbar,Darshan Kumaar,Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya Bharadwaj,Jacqueline Fernandez
Director: Ahmed Khan
Positive Points: Action, Performances, Background Score
Negative Points: Story and Screenplay
Ranveer Pratap Singh aka Ronny (Tiger Shroff) is an army officer with a past. He is posted in Kashmir when, on a tumultuous day, he receives a message from ex-girlfriend Neha (Disha Patani) who is now married to a business (Darshan Kumar). Ronny packs his bags and lands in Goa to meet her, where she tells him about the kidnapping of her 3-year-old daughter. Neha implores Ronny to help her find her daughter. Will Ronnie comply? Has Neha really told him the exact and whole truth? Why is she not involving her husband in finding their daughter? To know answers to these questions and many more, watch the film in cinemas near you.
To some extent, Baaghi 2 might seem to be an exercise in style over substance, but it is damn good if you watch this as an action entertainer and control your urge to find faults and too many logics in it. You will love the film for what Tiger Does in it. He is violent. He is intense. And he impresses thoroughly with a standout performance. As promised, the young star does take the action to another level and ensures that Baaghi 2 finds its rightful place in the list of best action films made in Bollywood. Talking about Disha Patani, who comes to grace the screen after MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, the actress plays her part with earnest sincerity. Her chemistry with Tiger is terrific. They look good together and you want more to see them in a frame. The director has translated their off-screen chemistry well onscreen. Seasoned actor Manoj Bajpayee, who plays DIG in the movie, is good and pulls off his character convincingly. Despite playing short roles actors such as Prateik Babbar and Randeep Hooda leave their mark. Prateik seems to have worked really hard on his character and his hard-work is visible in every scene he is a part of. Actor Deepak Dobriyal also does a good job in his role.
Baaghi 2 is a sequel to the 2016 film Baaghi, which starred Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in lead roles. The first film in the series was helmed by Sabbir Khan, while the sequel has been directed by choreographer-turned-actor Ahmed Khan. Making a sequel in a way that it turns out to be a step ahead than its prequel, is not an easy job, especially when it isn’t being directed by the director who helmed the previous part. However, director Ahmed Khan tries his best. He puts his heart and soul into the film and ensures that if not ahead, Baaghi 2 at least stands close to its predecessor. Had the story of the film been a little stronger and screenplay a tad tauter, Khan would have done a far better job as a director. Having said that, the director has visualized his picture really well.
The production value of Baaghi 2 is great. The film has been shot on a lavish scale which you can see in every frame on the celluloid. The cinematography is good and background score terrific. Editing is also very crisp, especially in the second half. Overall, Baaghi 2 scores well in all technical departments.
Apart from action, the music of Baaghi 2 is another highlight of the movie. Though not every song is placed perfectly in the narrative, some of them turn out to be good as standalone songs. The much-publicised recreated track “Ek Do Teen” is, by all means, an average number. Another remixed song “Mundiyaan” is quite energetic. Disha and Tiger’s presence makes this number even more beautiful. “Oo Saathi” and “Safar” are average at best.
You can watch Baaghi 2 if you loved its prequel Baaghi and are a big sucker for action entertainers. Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani's crackling chemistry is another highlight of the film which might entice you to watch the action flick.
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