Tiger Shroff’s film Baaghi suffered from identity crisis as Tiger Shroff and Shraddha love story experienced a personality emergency, it needs to emphasize on interesting thing called Love.
The filmmakers of Baaghi- the writer as well as director has obviously like-minded entities as both believe that all right to be the Tiger Shroff a rebel, Drama action movie directs by Sabbir Khan and production take under the banner of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment by Sajid Nadiadwala.
However the movie starring with Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in leading role while Sudheer Babu played the supporting role.
Take dramatic Bollywood love story and crash the land by changing into adrenaline-pumping fight movie, the first film with Kriti Sanoon hit well on silver screen but the second release of Tiger Shroff is all about being fast and furious as the scenes shift at a frenetic pace from emotional scenes to gravity-defying fight moves instead of somewhere in movie, Shraddha seems to dance in rain.
The film waste a good part of first hour by building romance between two rebels Sia (Shraddha Kapoor) and Ronny (Tiger Shroff), film lack of passion as the film story considered the driving force of the film, the romance blooms quite late and then the patient of audience runs thin.
Anthem of Baaghi quoted, “Baaghi bano par ek maqsad ke liye,” said by Kalaripayattu guru to Ronny. The 23 years old wild-child trained by Guru in Kerala campus, as Ronny already fell in love with Sia trouble pop up when Raghav (Sudheer Babu) who is the Bangkok base gangster kidnap Sia and took her to Bangkok, Ronny spread blood everywhere to release Sia.
There is inevitable talk of genius successor and undeserving usurper as two men go to head to head confrontation in which fists, feet and arms freely employed to immobilize and main.
Whatever, the drawback are, head to head confrontation and bloody fight is enough to earn a lot of $16 million dollar while the production cast is just $5.2 million dollars.