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I suspect I will be reviewing Baaghi 8 in the near future. Perhaps by then, Hindi cinema will have moved on from believing that the Indian Army is composed of heartbroken college boys who decide to substitute women for country.
This balance between punches and plot derails in the second half. As the body count mounts, the film's hold loosens. As does the logic keeping the narrative together. When all is revealed, too many questions remain.
Nothing matters other than Tiger Shroff in a film that bores as well as amuses with its inanity.
Khan prefers to tell rather than show, and spends much of the film depriving Tiger Shroff from doing any kind of serious action - the only thing Shroff is really good at.
With better editing and a taut screenplay this one would have packed a stronger punch. Nonetheless, for fans of the action genre, Baaghi 2 can be a one-time watch.
Tiger Shroff is still waiting for the movie that shapes his limited emoting abilities and limitless action skills into a character who embodies the times. His action films have been based mostly on borrowed material.
Apart from a chase sequence of approximately 20 seconds and a couple of hand-to-hand combat scenes, Baaghi 2 fails to deliver. The background score which worked so well in Baaghi sounds like a noise this time.
The film is a must watch for action junkies.
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