Baaghi 2 Review
Like Baaghi, Baaghi 2 again sees Tiger Shroff in lead role with lots of fighting and action. Storyline of the movie shows Army man Ranveer Pratap Singh aka Ronnie (Tiger Shroff) who goes all out to help his ex-sweetheart Neha (Disha Patani) trace her kidnapped 3-year-old daughter Rhea.
Baaghi 2 Movie Review:
Baaghi 2 is an all-out action film with suspense and thriller elements. Although the first half is spent around a distraught mother who reaches out to her ex-boyfriend Ronny for help, the second half though is a completely different tale. The movie continues with Ronny investigating the case, he finds out that no one has a clue about Neha’s daughter. This forms the main basis of Baaghi 2 but the build-up is slow but steady and by interval time the film does manages to pick some interest. First half of the movie slightly bears a few action sequences leaving action lovers to wait for the second half and the main focus remains on Neha’s and Ronny’s relationship and the way their past affects their present.
Baaghi 2 movie review: powerful action
The second half of Baaghi 2 implicates Ronny as slightly confused soldier to an absolute blood-thirsty nutter with nothing but revenge on his mind. The film also features supporting performances by Deepak Dobriyal, Manoj Bajpayee and Randeep Hooda but these powerhouse performers also come to be weak and didn’t add much flavour to movie’s recipe. Prateik Babbar plays Neha’s brother-in-law, but he snorts and sneers through the role, leaving no impact.
The dialogues of the film are definitely not its strength either. Remixes of Jacqueline Fernandez just only add to the length of the film. 144 minutes of Baaghi 2 seems to be a little tiring and sometimes fussy too.
Baaghi 2 nonetheless, comes out to be the movie for a common man who enjoys mindless and impossible action could watch this film to kill time.