Story:Army man Ranveer (Tiger Shroff) is called by her ex-girlfriend Neha (Disha Patani) to find her 3-year-old daughter Rhea, who's been kidnapped 2 months ago. Ranveer aka (Tiger shroff) Ronny has to solve the mystery of the missing child.
REVIEW:Baaghi 2 is an full action film with suspense and thriller elements. A distressed mother reaches out to her ex-boyfriend Ronny for help. The basic plot are borrowed from Telugu thriller Kshanam, but the stuffing are all strictly Bollywood: the attempt to create difference gets diluted. But when Ronny starts investigating the case,he finds out that no one has a clue about Neha's daughter. The build up is slow but steady and by interval the film manages to catch the viewer's interest. Too much time is spent in the story, the suspense and it is characters,few action sequences in the first half, but the main focus remains on Neha's and Ronny's relationship.
The second half is a different tale. The slow pace of suspense and the romantic track give way to twists, turns and an action-packed finale. Ronny goes from the slightly confused soldier to an absolute blood -thirsty crank with nothing but revenge. It gives Tiger Shroff the chance to exhibit his martial arts skills in full glory. He turns into a desi-version of Rambo as he annihilates an entire army with blazing guns and high flying kicks. The focus is all on exhilaration action sequences that look cool. Story suffers in this attempt to impress with the action choreography and stunts. There are a few plot reveals and character twists duringthe latter part of Baaghi 2, but they're not done convincingly. First half is slow which doesn't fit in with the high on action and adrenaline second half. The dialogues of the film are definitely not its strength either.
Things To Watch Out For:Tiger warfare, Manoj Bajpayee as a sardonic cop; Randeep Hooda as the reefer-smoking hippie undercover agent; and Deepak Dobriyal as a shady-but-good-hearted car dealer with a side business in powder. Prateik Babbar who returns to the screen after a long gap, and tries too hard for menace as a drug-addled and a crazy remix of Madhuri Dixit's iconic Ek Do Teen Jacqueline Fernandez,an efficient bumper-and-grinder left to herself, comes on, and our eyes glaze over.
Final Verdict: 2 hours and 25 minutes Baaghi 2 seems a little too long. This one could have packed a stronger punch. Nonetheless, folks who enjoy mindless, stupid and impossible action could watch this film to kill time.