Baaghi 3 Film Review: Tiger’s lethal blows let down



Rippling muscles, six-pack abs and a sculpted face. He return to minding his own business and will bash the bad men up to a pulp. But in a turn that was sudden, Vikram is kidnapped by a group named Jaish-e-Lashkar in Syria and Ronnie sets off on a rescue mission.

Could he bring his brother back living?

Baaghi 3 Cast

Tiger Shroff, who is one of Bollywood’s most bankable action stars, packs quite a punch in the high-octane action scenes (led by Ram-Laxman and Kecha Khampadkee). His body and attitude make all the action that is stylized look genuine.

However, he falls short in scenes and comedy. Shraddha Kapoor looks beautiful and brings in some comic relief in the first half Baaghi 3. But her character is imperative to the story and hence, she does not have a lot of scope.

Riteish Deshmukh has an important role, but his character suffers from a handicap, which is never explained. On one hand, he wants to be continuously protected by his younger brother despite being vulnerable, but he is also recruited as a police officer. Such inconsistency in his personality chart makes it difficult to relate with him. In actuality, there are a number of loose ends.

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While the Syrian setting brings in a terrifying feel, many villains are far too caricaturish to be taken seriously, barring the main villain Abu Jalal (Jameel Khoury). Among the actors, Jackie Shroff, Ankita Lokhande and Vijay Varma lend great support in Baaghi 3 movie .

The dialogues by Farhad Samji are fairly filmy in the second half and laced with humour, especially in the first half. The film’s music is average but there aren’t too many songs. While the action design (by Ahmed Khan) is remarkable, the same cannot be said for the shaky camerawork and feeble CGI.

There are acrobatics on screen shotsexplosions and punches in’Baaghi 3′. But none of it can grow beyond a script that doesn’t go for the kill. Knock yourself out if you are a diehard Tiger Shroff fan.

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