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Baaghi Movie Review

Baaghi Movie Review

Average Ratings:2.23/5
Reviews Counted:13
Score:30% positive
Negative :7

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN
It’s the plot of the film – cobbled together from various sources including The Karate Kid and The Raid: Redemption – that could’ve done with more work. Ronnie, who is packed off by his dying father to a kalaripayattu academy in Kerala, meets Sia (Shraddha Kapoor) on the train heading there, and pretty soon they are in love.I’m going with two-and-a-half out of five for Baaghi. It’s certainly an improvement on Tiger’s debut film Heropanti, but script problems persist.
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Ratings:-- Review By:Taran Adarsh Site:Twitter
Watched Baaghi. With focus on entertainment, this one is, without doubt, the best action film to come out of Bollywood in recent times...Director Sabbir Khan taps Tiger Shroff's biggest strength: Action. Penultimate 30-minute drama/action of Baaghi leaves you spellbound...Shraddha Kapoor looks gorgeous & compliments Tiger. She springs a big surprise in the extremely well choreographed action sequences.The fab locales of Kerala and Thailand make  Baaghi a visually stunning experience. Baaghi has all the merits to hit the jackpot!
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 Ratings:-- Review By:Komal Nahta  Site:Zee ETC Bollywood Business
On the whole, Baaghi has extraordinary action and good music as its plus points but a weak script as a minus point. It will score with the masses and will, therefore, do very well in single-screen cinemas, masses-frequented multiplexes and smaller towns but its business in the better multiplexes will be limited.
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 Ratings:2/5 Review By:Anupama Chopra Site:Filmcompanion
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 Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Mohar Basu Site:TimesOfIndia
This is by no means a terrible film but the actioner, that attempts to find support in a threadbare story, is far from riveting. The screenplay fails validate the cause of their rebellion. Baaghi blooms only during the fights but by the time the clock ticks towards the climax, you are exhausted. How much can you hoot for broken necks and crushed bones? You could try finding thrill in Tiger's kicks but the film has nothing more to offer.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Suknaya Verma Site:Rediff
You know how some video games play out an origins story before the player gets into a console-pounding, level-unlocking mode? Now imagine a movie, a foolish, exhausting one, if you will, that does the same but the action only lasts for about 20 minutes while the preceding two hours are taken up in what led to it.
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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Saibal Chaterjee Site:NDTV
Low on genuine emotion, Baaghi is only as engaging as a badly designed video game. The love story is interspersed with flashy martial arts action scenes, but given a male lead who is hard pressed to convince us that he has a genuine grouse against the world, the crass concoction simply does not get off the ground. The insipid acting all around does not help the cause of this wayward rebel one bit. Baaghi is eminently avoidable. Keep out of its path.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Rohit Vats Site:Hindustan Times
Take a dramatic Bollywood love story and crash land it into an adrenaline-pumping fight movie, and you have Baaghi. With soft emotions and hard knock outs interrupting each other, the Tiger Shroff-Shraddha Kapoor movie is jarring.Ultimately, instead of a well-etched strong yet compassionate character, Shroff comes off as someone with split personalities. He laughs, smirks, cries and fights on repeat.In short, The Karate Kid enters Bloodsport and appears in a hurry to become Ong-Bak without losing the essential Bollywood qualities. Baaghi shines only in patches.
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 Ratings:2/5 Review By:Shubhra Gupta Site:Indian Express
Why does a film with a new hero, who can reveal a beautifully muscled chest, and do such jaw-dropping stunts, not go for broke and create freshness all around? I enjoyed the first half, and yawned through the much-too-long-drawn second. it is a pleasure to see this young actor move, no jerk, all flow. When he is in action, that is. When he is ‘acting’, he is still clearly a novice.
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 Ratings:3/5 Review By:Sarita Tanwar Site:DNA
In the age of sensible, realistic and unconventional cinema, here comes a massy, masala entertainer. Sabbir Khan's Baaghi is a commercial cinema to the core. There is nothing new in the story; and the makers aren't apologetic about it.Director Sabbir Khan sticks to the old-school formula of filmmaking when it comes to his storytelling - emotions and dialoguebaazi galore. He takes a new-age stance only where his action is concerned. Baaghi is a high-octane masala feast. Watch it for Tiger Shroff - India's best young action hero by far.
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 Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama
On the whole, BAAGHI is a typical masala entertainer which scores high on action and performances from the lead cast. With focus on entertainment, the film is, without a doubt, the best action film to come out of Bollywood in recent times. It has all the merits to hit the jackpot. At the box office, it will be lapped up by the masses on the account of its masala quotient. Highly recommended.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Surabhi Redkar Site:Koimoi
Action is the only good element in this film. From hand to hand combat to Kalaripayattu, the action is well-captured. With Baaghi, the director gets a little over ambitious and makes a film that is inspired from The Raid : Redemption. While he manage to make Baaghi watchable with its slick action, as a storyteller he fails to execute the right balance of romance and action. Baaghi is an out and out action flick, which is ruined by romance and a tepid plot. I am going with a 2/5 for this film!
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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Manjusha Radhakrishnan Site:GulfNews
Tiger Shroff can break bones with his bare hands, but he doesn’t have the power to emotionally sway viewers. In the violent romance Baaghi, his acting is as rigid and stiff as his washboard abs. While it is inspiring to watch him demolish his enemies using Kalaripayattu (traditional martial art form from Kerala), the motive behind him going on a rampage is poorly established. If you are looking for an all brawn and no brains feature, then watch Baaghi. Otherwise, it is wise to duck this missile of a movie.
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Baaghi Story:  

Baaghi is  reported to be based on 2004 Telugu movie Varsham and 2011 Indonesian film The Raid: Redemption. Shortly after arriving at a martial arts academy, a troubled young man falls for the girl being wooed by his rival.

Baaghi Release Date:

April 29, 2016

 Director: Sabbir Khan

 Producer: Sajid Nadiadwala

Tiger Shroff as Ronny
Shraddha Kapoor as Sia
Sudheer Babu as Raghav
Paras Arora
Sunil Grover as P. P. Khurrana

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  1. It's a Movie(Baaghi) based on Lesbian Relationship of 2 Girls Namely-Shraddha & Tiger

  2. worst movie of 2016... terrible acting from both heroines...

  3. Bakwas movie. Waste of time and money.

  4. Faint hearted should be stopped from reviewing this movie.

  5. Action is not realistic but good but the same old story.......
    Overall this is tymepass movie.......
    If you loves. Action like #South_Movie go n watch it.

  6. Superb movie...dont miss it

  7. must watch blockbuster action movie ****

  8. There is nothing in the movie to watch except some actions. One of the worst movie of this year so far. My rating 1/5. Stay away from it and save your time and money.

  9. Tiger is no doubt very good in action and dance moves but he is terrible in acting department. He has to improve his expression and dialogue delivery. Very very dissapointing from baaghi. Same repated old story. Dissapointed!!!

  10. BAAGHI:
    Rebel with a Cause to irritate you! [1.5/5]

    Change is constant but not for Indian Railways. In 1955, Sunil Dutt starrer RAILWAY PLATEFORM became an eyewitness to passengers of every kind being stranded at a deserted railway station for 24 hours when their train gets delayed due to some natural calamity. Decades later, it strikes again. This time, in Sabbir Khan’s BAAGHI! The train stops at a local station and declines to move ahead before the girl meets the boy, both show off their moves in a rain-dance, the villain gets introduced and even the lovebirds gets separated then and there to wrap up the chapter. All I can say is that things if not moving really hurt; be it the Indian railways or an emotionless story. BAAGHI is a romantic action-entertainer that irritates you more with regular romance, repetitive action and regrettable comedy track.

    A vague mash-up of Telugu movie VARSHAM and the Indonesian path-breaking action thriller THE RAID: REDEMPTION; BAAGHI solely rests upon the all muscular, flexible and flashy shoulders of Tiger Shroff. Though limited in his talents on/for screen, Tiger is the only best thing happened to the film, apart from some of the magical visuals from southern India captured by ace-cinematographer Binod Pradhan.

    BAAGHI has its own share of futility in romance and action both. Ronny [Tiger Shroff] falls in love with Siya [Shraddha Kapoor] instantly after watching her in a one-sided conversation with clouds. She loves rain, you know. And apparently whenever they meet, it starts raining. Who would not fall for such a phenomenal guy at such times when people in nation are dying while waiting for the rain? God must be really romantic, and carelessly crazy. Meanwhile, the villain also seems to have an eye for the girl loving rain. Raghav [Sudheer Babu] does everything in the villain’s textbook to get the girl, from killing his own father to kidnapping the girl and making various attempts to eliminate the boy.

    Sabbir Khan makes an interesting and quite effective addition to the film in form of Kalaripayattu- a traditional martial art from Kerala. Till the time the film revolves around the institution Ronny has been placed in to learn the art, it never actually sees a dull moment but soon, Sabbir runs out of ideas and starts focusing on the tiring traditional concept of romance with all the dialoguebaazi and action. You can imagine the maker’s vision behind making this film when the opening credit roll reads ‘Chartered Accountant’ & ‘Financial Advisor’ slides way before the creative minds could get a mention.

    Tiger gives it all when it comes to using his muscular strength, balance and will-power much-needed for some brilliantly choreographed action sequences but his trouble in moving facial muscles takes out all the empathy the boy earns for himself. Shraddha Kapoor too gets a few ass-kicking action-scenes on her part to impress. Sudheer Babu despite his effortless martial art moves, looks more like a slightly better version of Sachiin Joshi [Who?? Exactly]. Sunil Grover and Sanjai Mishra are a complete waste of talents. Sunil though gives you some quick chills as a scheming father to Shraddha’s character. Kalaripayattu Guru Grandmaster Shifu Shaurya Bhardwaj makes a fiery appearance on screen.

    To sum up, BAAGHI comes out as a stale reproduction of 80’s/90’s idea of romance. A leech and lewd father ready to exploit his own daughter for financial profits, a powerful villain who stops at nothing and an obviously emotional hero who manages to rise up from the dust and hits back when the villain pushes him hard emotionally by disclosing the last hidden secret, “I killed him, you fool”! Good luck to you, if it suits your idea of entertainment! [1.5/5]

  11. Faltu movie... It's better to watch raid redemption instead of this shit

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  13. BAAGHI MOVIE REVIEW - (2.5/5) - The same old wine served with much more punch!

    Baaghi - a rebel, who is stubborn for what he demands and fights for it. Sabbir Khan through this film though manages to deliver the desired punch, is never able to make the film memorable any way.
    Tiger Shroff plays Ronnie, the typical small town guy who roams around with torn tees and a bag with him. But being a rebel, his father wants him to transform into a normal man and thus forces him into martial arts. Ronnie starts off poor never getting the purpose of learning the art. But soon he develops a deep bond with his Master as he begins to discover himself. This track goes well but then Shraddha Kapoor playing Siya steps in and the film moves to exotic locations of Thailand, you have interruptive songs and an unwanted villain.
    The romantic track between Ronnie and Siya seems superficial as our leads are never able to emote enough to make you feel for them. Moreover there are stupidly written logics like , "Jab bhi Phir se baarish hogi hum apne aap mil jaayenge" and Siya's always looking for drops of rain to fall on her awaiting them to meet. Bloody you people have phones, why wait for the rains!! Amidst all this you have those beautifully shot melodious songs which though soothe you, seem completely out of place and are just there to make the film a slogging 2 and a half hour one.
    But not all goes bad, as you have our hero constantly punching people, killing people with the magical flick of his hands. Tiger Shroff takes full command and delivers punches which are damn interesting and thrilling to watch. The action scenes are perfectly executed and they never seem worn out as Sabbir keeps away guns and barrels but largely depends on Kung Fu and Martial arts. Shraddha looks beautiful and packs in a few action scenes too but her presence is never affecting and you are left least bothered about her.
    From the 1st shot its clear, both our leads don't even know the A of acting but still it is the commendable action and a part of the supporting cast like Sanjay Mishra and Sunil Grover that help you sail through this otherwise stupid film. You can't help but cringe at a few scenes, like the one towards the climax where in an intense fight Tiger suddenly utters, "Chinese maal zyaada der nahi Tikta" and smashes a Chinese man hard in his face.
    So all in all it is a watchable film largely because of the hardwork Tiger puts in and the inspired action scenes you see on screen. I am going with two and a half out of five for Baaghi. If you demand a few thrills and a good timepass this week, this one might be a good choice.


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