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Mostly "Baaghi" is a fight movie, and a slightly dull one at that, overstuffed with boom-boom set pieces.
Baaghi will best serve people who are interested in moves rather than movies.
[Tiger Shroff is] choosing his films wisely, making sure he plays to his strengths.
Shraddha and Tiger are earnest and director Sabbir Khan's efforts show, but the focus is not on making a good film. Just winsome action suffices for the makers.
The film is tailor-made for Shroff and he doesn't disappoint -- he executes a kick with the same fluidity and grace as a dancer and makes the toughest of sequences looks scarily easy.
Baaghi: A Rebel for Love is a mostly ridiculous film powered by the poetry of Tiger Shroff.
If you are looking for an all brawn and no brains feature, then watch Baaghi. Otherwise, it is wise to duck this missile of a movie.
Baaghi is a derivative mishmash of several popular romances and martial arts classics, including Tezaab, Enter the Dragon, The Karate Kid, and The Raid: Redemption, but director Sabbir Khan at least gets the spirit of the action sequences right.
Baaghi borrows heavily from The Karate Kid and Bloodsport. The focus is on action, but occasional songs and melodrama spoil the fun.
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