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Baaghi

Few years back, Salman Khan starrer "Baaghi" was released in 1990 which was a box-office bomb. Fortunately, "Baaghi: A Rebel For Love" has no relation with Salman Khan starrer. It is based on a Telgu film "Varsham" and has shades of Indonesian action film "The Raid Redemption. "Baaghi: A Rebel For Love" is also second biggest release of Tiger Shroff after his successful debut "Heropanti". Can he make another blockbuster out of his second film ? Let us check out.

"Baaghi: A Rebel For Love" is a typical routine good vs evil flick which tells the story of Ronny(played by Tiger Shroff) who joins a Martial Arts Academy to train in Kalaripayattu skills. During his course, he falls in love with Sia(played by Shraddha Kapoor) who is forcibly getting married to Raghav(Sudheer Babu). In order to rescue Sia from the clutches of evil, Ronny must battle the henchmen of Raghav to achieve his goal.

Directed by Sabir Khan, whose previous work includes disastrous "Kambakth Ishq" and average "Heropanti" has followed the same path of commercial entertainer which he has done before."Baaghi: A Rebel For Love" is a typical love story we have seen on Indian screen ample number of times. The screenplay is poor with immature romantic track causing hindrance to the movement of the film. The director had made sure to make a masala potboiler for front- bencher and creates a senseless caper. "Baaghi: A Rebel For Love" is devoid of story and direction. What works is commendable performances and well-choreographed action stunts. Cinematography is eye-catching. Editing could have been better. However , action sequences played by Tiger Shroff , dialogues with witty one-liners are good. Hats off to Tiger for executing the near- to-perfection action scenes without any cables and body double. The hard-work clearly pays off and it is pleasure to watch the deadly stunts. He definitely has matured since his last film. Shraddha Kapoor does well in her part shows ample promises.

Overall , "Baaghi: A Rebel For Love" is a treat for action film enthusiast and is strictly a one-time watch.