Baby is all about an Anti Terrorism Squad, an undercover unit, that is headed by Feroze Ali Khan (Danny Denzongpa). Ajay Singh Rajput (Akshay Kumar) is Feroze’s most trusted intelligence agent and the unit is expected to foil all terrorists and their plans in five years.
The mastermind of a terrorist group, Maulana Mohammed Rahman (Rasheed Naz), easily manages to brainwash the youth into spreading terror.
Ajay Singh Rajput is sent on a new, dangerous mission, to exterminate Bilal Khan (Kay Kay Menon) in Saudi Arabia. But there is a shocker waiting for him that would change the meaning of his entire life as an agent.
Baby now moves from Istanbul to Nepal to Saudi Arabia, following Ajay and his team go about ruthlessly and relentlessly tackling the dangerous terrorists with death-defying stunts.
Ajay’s helped in his mission by master planner Shukla Jee (Anupam Kher), super commando Jai (Rana Daggubati), honey-trap Priya (Taapsee Pannu) and the meticulous executioner Ashfaq (Mikkal Zulfiqar).
Baby has some breath taking stunts by stunt director Cyril Raffaelli and a screenplay that moves at a lightning speed thus keeping you hooked on to the movie from start till it’s very end.
Use of closed or claustrophobic spaces is limited to only those scenes that involve violence while the larger part of the narrative utilises open spaces.
All the actors are perfectly cast and they do justice to their roles. From Sushant Singh to Taapsee Pannu, Danny Denzongpa to Apupam Kher, Madhurima Tuli to Akshay Kumar everyone is memorable in their parts.
The climax of the film will for sure remind you of Argo but all said and done this Baby is worth watching.
It's fun, it's entertaining and it's thrilling; well we are talking about Neeraj Pandey's Baby that will leave you awestruck, not only visually, but a...4.0