Baaghi 3 narrates the story of strong brotherhood Ronnie and Vikram share since childhood. The dynamic duo is like chalk and cheese who fight for the liberation of the latter and turns the tides against ISIS-like baddies.
The trend of making Bollywood franchises have officially gone too far now.
Earlier, Tiger was the juxtapose of Rambo, now he is the Ethan Hunt of Bollywood. The constant act of showcasing his lean muscles by tearing off his shirt, Baaghi 3 is nothing but a ramp for Tiger to show-off his athletic body and Ahmed Khan’s idea of machoism.
Let’s agree to disagree, Tiger is best at what he does; apart from acting. He definitely has the talent to jump and knock out someone in an instant but after a certain point of time, it makes you restless to watch the same sequences again.
Stretching over 2 hours and 27 minutes Baaghi 3 deflects itself from pretentious issues like kidnapping and assault towards the obsession of fighting for a brother who is captured by a terrorist group in Syria. Ahmed Khan tried his best to surface all the emotions and absurd action sequences in the history of Bollywood. The film features critically botched characters followed by poor detailing with costumes as well. It’s amusing how the production team even forgot to change the name of their characters on the uniform while he tries to identify himself as someone else.
The film suddenly knocks the doors of the past, and Ronnie is defined as nothing different from a goon. Since childhood, all he does is break the bones of baddies. The writer seems to be in constant confusion deciding the origins of his characters. A terrorist who seems to hold his origins in Punjabi and settled in Mumbai. Farhad Samji did not stop there he also introduces a Pakistani character who speaks in a Deccani accent imported from Hyderabad via Mumbai.
Filmmaker Ahmed Khan has tried his best to throw all the on-screen tricks to make Baaghi 3 an action entertainer by highlighting Tiger Shroff machoism. Although, Tiger definitely cannot scale himself to portray his expressions effectively.
Shraddha Kapoor’s lack of character material has sidelined her from being a part of the plot but the makers still tried to utilize her presence who is later seen giving CPR to a person who has been stabbed. How hilarious could it get?
Frankly, the action entertainer is comprehensively disappointing due to its writing. Tiger and Riteish have done a good job in consideration of the action choreography.
In conclusion, Baaghi 3 is nothing but a desperate attempt to drag the franchise as long as Tiger Shroff does not get bored with being cast in the films with the same plot and logic.