The much-awaited second part of the 2016’s Baaghi franchise released today, and it has left us all amazed! Well, in a good way or bad; read on to find out.
The story begins with the kidnapping scene of Neha Salgaonkar’s (Disha Patani) daughter Rhea when she was dropping her off at school on her first day. After 2 months of asking constant help from different people and police, she finally decides to call up her ex-boyfriend Ronnie a.k.a Ranveer Pratap Singh (Tiger Shroff) for help who was a hot-headed army officer posted in Siachen border. Despite 4 years of being apart, he decides to help the love of his life to find her daughter but comes across some murky secrets about her and her family. A time comes where Neha is proven wrong by her husband somehow, and Ronnie almost gives up.
Whether Ronnie believes the lies or not and what other secrets he comes across during the quest of finding Rhea, is worth a watch. The plot of the film in the first-half creates is the ultimate build-up of the movie.
Director and action choreographer Ahmed Khan has done a fantastic job in portraying the story on-screen and putting the action scenes together perfectly. The film has a 45-minute long fight sequence in the second half, even there you wouldn’t feel bored for a second.
Tiger Shroff did what he does the best; ACTION! His ripped body and fight scenes are drool-inducing. Disha Patani has also done a pretty good job by portraying the role of a chirpy girlfriend, as well as a mother in distress. Randeep Hooda is the show-stealer of the film. His character was so well-written that we have to give credits to the all the writers of the film. The rogue cop will make you laugh every time he comes on-screen. Manoj Bajpayee was the masala which this film badly needed. With whistle-worthy dialogues like “Jo bhi kahunga sach kahunga… wo to purana ho gaya… Ab to ye sab filmo me dikhate hain bas…” he once again proves that his comic timing is impeccable. The rest of the cast has also done a decent job in their individual roles.
Technically speaking, Parvez K. did a good job in capturing Goa through his lens beautifully. Editing by the national award-winning editor, Rameshwar S. Bhagat just can’t go wrong.
All in all, watch Baaghi 2 for the good plotline, suspense, and of course action sequences. There couldn’t have been a better second part of this uber-cool action franchise. So, book your tickets now and grab your popcorn because we give this caper 3 stars with a kink!
The much-awaited second part of the 2016’s Baaghi franchise released today, and it has left us all amazed! Well, in a good way or bad; read on to ...3.0