Movie Review: Baaghi
In 1990, Salman Khan Starring Baaghi was released and after 26 Years another Baaghi was released. These is second release for Tiger Shroff after Heropanti, which has marked a great Success on Box Office and given safe Platform to Tiger Shroff. Will he Continue his race of Success with Baaghi or not. Let's analyze...
Story Starts with the Introduction of Ronny (Tiger Shroff) and Kidnapping of Sia (Shraddha Kappor). Ronny undertakes the task to get back Sia from Raghav (Sudheer Babu). Suddenly Movie goes in to the flashback of Ronny and Sia's Love Story. Ronny unwillingly becomes the student in the Kerala based Academy Of Kalaripayattu, that's run by Guruji (Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya Bharadwaj). Ronny and Sia loves each other, but Sia's father (Sunil Grover) deals with Raghav that Sia will marry him only. Sia's father creates misunderstanding between Sia and Ronny and Ronny leaves Kerela with broken heart. Flashback completes and Ronny arrived in Bangkok to take Sia back.
Baaghi has several plus points to get success on Box office. Action Scenes and Martial Arts which you have never seen before in Bollywood Movies. It was an Excellent Cinematography. Beautiful locations of Kerala and Bangkok are really looks awesome and gives stunning experience to viewers. Climax fight will definitely gives you Thrilling experience, the last 30 Mins of fight will give you seat edge Thriller.
If we talk about Performances, Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor carries full movie on their Shoulders. effortless Action Scenes by Tiger Shroff are delight to Watch. Shraddha Kapoor performed really well and these was one of the best performance of her Career. Action Scenes performed by her are awesome. Love Chemistry works between Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor. Both looks good together. Here I want to add. It was an superb performance by Sudheer Babu in Villain role.
Overall, Baaghi was one of the Best Romantic Action Thriller released till now in Bollywood. Action Scenes, Martial Arts and Excellent Cinematography makes it a real treat to watch. Must go for It...