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Baaghi : A Rebel For Love

Sanjukta Sen | April, 30 2016

Baaghi : A Rebel For Love Cast & Crew:


Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment Utv Motion Pictures

Release Date

29 Apr 2016




Sajid Nadiadwala, Siddharth Roy Kapur


Sabbir Khan

Star Cast

Tiger Shroff.... Ronny
Shraddha Kapoor.... Sia
Sudheer Babu
Paras Arora

Executive Producer


Ganesh Acharya, Ahmed Khan, Bosco Martis, Caesar Gonsalves,

Media Relations

Publicity Designs

Marching Ants



Music Director

Meet Bros, Amaal Mallik, Ankit Tiwari, Manj Musik





Binod Pradhan


Manan Sagar


Kecha Kammpakdee, Javed Eijaz




Parikshit Lalwani, Kunal Mehta

Music Company



Sonaakshi Raaj


Kumaar Sanjeev Chaturvedi Raftaar

Production Designers

Rajat Poddar

Movie Review

Rating :

Verdict : One Time Watch

Sabbir Khan’s third directorial could have been termed as Tiger Shroff show reel. Every  scene of “Baaghi” is a chance for Shroff to show off his rippling muscles and an incredibly flexible body that he manages to twist into all sorts of positions while fighting with baddies. 
So whats the story!  We have a dying father and his last wish (Bollywood’s favourite plot point): To see Rony (Tiger), his 23-year-old wild-child, tamed at a Kalaripayuttu training camp in Kerala. Trouble is, Rony ends up being wilder. He falls in love with Sia (Shraddha). Raghav (Sudheer Babu), a Bangkok-based gangster, kidnaps Sia, and there is blood everywhere.
Whats hot: The film is tailor-made for Shroff and he doesn’t disappoint when  he executes a kick with the same fluidity and grace as a dancer and makes the toughest of sequences looks scarily easy. Tiger Shroff as Ronnie gets the bulk of the film’s fights and has clearly worked hard to learn Kalari. Many points to him for that and what he has achieved with his body. Apart from fight sequences, the only other thing worth watching in Baaghi are the exotic locales: From the backwaters in Kerala to the breathtaking beaches of Thailand’s Krabi.
What’s not : Screenplay is Baaghi’s weak point. A typical Bollywood masala potboiler, what we have seen many times.
Performances: Two years down the line from Heropanti, Tiger still remains a cub when it comes to acting. For half of the film, he sports an impassive face. For the other half, he emotes with over-the-top affectations — sighs, pouts, dreamy look, wet eyes. The young star does pull it off splendidly but finds it difficult to shoulder the entire prolonged, exhausting film on his own.
Shraddha Kapoor as Sia is well turned out and gets a couple of fight scenes of her own. It is nice to see the actress throwing punches and kicks with such elan. Her acting in the early scenes  is over-cutesified.
Overall, If you forget about the lack of logic and acting ,  “Baaghi” is merely one time watch kind of movie.

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