Baaghi 2 makes a passage for itself to be counted in the league of good action films
The opening for the passage is small but the film successfully has managed to make one.
Count it among the lot of good action films, and we mean internationally.
We went expecting nothing at all, especially because we have seen Baaghi, but we came out quite contended with Baaghi 2.
Serving entertainment only, you don’t rebel against the film when you see Tiger Shroff’s handsome stance and fierce act.
Watch it If you like -
Tiger Shroff’s dapper act, Good supporting cast, Stylish action and cinematography
But Beware of -
Dragged plot, Average and unnecessary songs, Too filmy and unconvincing in parts
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Direction by Ahmed Khan is spot one, and so are the stunt sequences.
Remake of 2016 Telugu movie Kshanam, Ahmed Khan knows his audience and makes sure masses find enough entertainment.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
The story in this remake has been changed, not much thought has been given to the screenplay as such, the makers framed a plot and went with it, it seems.
But what was inevitable in the movie was, action. And why not, when you have most stunning action hero besides you, the main focus has to be action.
The story is better than the first Baaghi, there are fractions of emotion and connect, element of thrill that makes the first half interesting. The second half is pretty ok. Editing the dragged scenes and Deleting the songs, these two things would have made the film a lot better. Plus, the army angles seem forced and unconvincing.
Oodles of stylish action and cinematography adds a lot of energy in the film, but we just wish the action scenes were believable. Even if you want to show a one-man army (Which is unbelievable anywhichways), it needs a lot of planned script.
But the entertainment dose created by utilizing Tiger to his full potential doesn’t let you rebel against the story.
Tiger Shroff impresses a lot, so far, his most dashing act. Hot bod, amazing looks, crazy stunts, Tiger is showing a lot of growth. These have always been in his package, he tries and brings more to it this time.
Disha Patani looks beautiful and acted quite good.
Randeep Hooda is a surprise and kindles our interest in the film. Prateik Babbar, it was good to see the actor try something new. Manoj Bajpayee was impressive. His and Deepak Dobriyal’s role needed more penmanship.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
The score is as smart as the action.
Songs weren’t required. Atif Aslam’s track is nice. The classic Ek Do Teen is badly twisted and remixed, is forced upon and is a wound on anybody who is a 90’s kid.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Non-action lovers, you can relax at home.
Action lovers, go for it.
Tiger fans, just don’t wait anymore.