Amidst all the buzz, the film Baaghi 3 released today. The film has Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead roles along with Ritiesh Deshmukh and Anikta Lokhande as well seen in the pivotal roles. The film is directed by Ahmed Khan, while it is produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under his banner called Nadiadwala & Grandsons along with others. It would be interesting to see check the crux of the film in the following paragraphs, starting with the plot and then the review.
The film is all about a man called Ronnie who is the younger brother of Riteish Deshmukh who is a police officer. He heads to Syria for a special mission but is lost somewhere kidnapped by a terrorist group. His brother who has a strong bonding often comes as his shield and this time Ronnie goes out of the way crossing the border to take upon the gangs of terrorists with the might to get rid of the Syria state from the map. So, what goes next is interesting to catch.
As far as the script of the film is concerned, it has all the potential to get a blockbuster but all thanks to its poor execution that has debased this plan to get a hit from the third installment of Baaghi. The dialogues seem interesting but made trivial in many ways particularly by using the cuss words from the leading lady, which was certainly not required to do so. What is the point of allowing Shraddha trying those Ma Behan abusing language when you claim that the film is a family watch. Nonetheless, the only reason to get stuck to the glue was the action that goes good most of the time but somewhere even went defying the principles of Physics making people from the Science fraternity yelling on the makers.
In terms of performance, Tiger has nailed it with his incredible action stunts although a bit remains unrealistic he played them all. In a sense, the actor has used this film to broaden his horizon being an actor. His action avatar speaks louder than words and he seemed too comfortable playing Ronnie for the third time. With every other film, he seems to be polishing his acting skills as well as being able to emot the best way on the silver screen. On the other side, Shraddha Kapoor has only remained the half-baked love interest of Tiger doing really not worthy as we have seen in the first part. All she has done is added the annoyance elements to the plot. The performance of Riteish Deshmukh as a cop on mission seemed hamfest. The others like Vijay Varma, Jaideep Ahlawat and Jameel Khoury did their decent jobs.
Now, talking about elements like Direction, and Music the former had scope for improvement as Khan failed on execution part. Some of the action scenes seemed repetitive and gullible. The songs seemed okay. while Disha seemed to have done her work by burning the sets with her hot avatar. The other elements like photography, editing, screenplay and technical stuff remained okay somewhere helping the film to boost up the entertainment value of the film.
With all said and done seems to be high on action but is low in other areas. It starts on a good note but ends with a bad one thus making it a one time watch.