Baaghi 3 movie review: Weak writing kills Tiger’s deadly effects

Cast: Tiger Shroff, Riteish Deshmukh, Shraddha Kapoor, Jaideep Ahlawat, Vijay Varma, Jackie Shroff

Director: Ahmed Khan

Rating: 2 stars out of 5


The movie Baaghi 3 is all about two brothers: Vikram (Riteish Deshmukh) and Ronnie (Tiger Shroff). Vikram got his father’s job after his death.

There is some danger for Vikram from the Syrian terrorist group. So, Ronnie decided to save him from terrorists, and he has gone to Syria for that. Now, the question and exciting things that arise in watching the movie is can he bring his brother back to India living?


The only reason for Baaghi 3’s presence is this showcasing Tiger Shroff’s surprisingly ripped bod, which is poetic when in motion and stumbles when there is emotion.

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Tiger/Ronnie has wavy muscles, six-pack abs, and a chiseled face. He is the handsome hunk whose only work magically appears from thin air whenever his elder brother Vikram is in trouble.

You would think that both of them would be fine for a film that takes its plot pointless regarding the plot points. He would cut the bad guys to a pulp and go back to minding his own business. In a twist, Vikram is kidnapped in Syria by a terrorist group called Jaish-e-Lashkar while Ronnie sets out on a rescue operation.

The last time Tiger came in action, he was to play another role in a very sexy way with Hrithik Roshan of equal physics. No such risk has been taken this time.

Riteish Deshmukh, who plays Tiger’s elder brother’s role, is made into a creepy cat. He is shown as the good guy who can’t cope with violence, the one who cries in movies too.
Here, there is a bond between Vikram and Ronnie in the movie.

However, Ronnie is ready to do everything to save his elder brother, whether from any situation. The situation might save him from the movie hall’s bully or save him from Syria’s terrorist gang. Just because we do not doubt any intention or execution, a certain Abu Jamal.

Abu Jamal is the leader of a smuggling organization, is prepared to qualify to wander after his wicked plans to blow humans: whether it is America, or Rosia, or Mossad?

No such query; this is Ronnie, a one-person army. He has dropped from Syria to save his brother and the other vengeful from a grim end.

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We told you that logic is not the strongest suit of this jerk; No one is trying to make them understand how easily a flock of Indians can slide into one of the most dangerous places on earth to create more havoc as if more were needed.

When you are fighting with it and see all the thunder on the screen, we have to tell you that these brother-mans make a place for women, almost as a place.

They are in stock like the rest of the characters: a daisy girl-friend who suddenly transforms into a tanned action heroine (Kapoor) into an obedient wife. She is duly pregnant (Lokhande) and something else on the perimeter.

Director Ahmed Khan throws every trick in the book to make Baaghi 3 an action entertainer that exposes his leading man’s brutal power and toxic masculinity.

Tiger looks weak in emotional as well as comic scenes. At the same time, Shradha Kapoor looked stunning in her role. She performed comedy well in the first half of the movie too. But her role in the movie doesn’t have much importance and the performance’s scope.

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Even Riteish Deshmukh’s character is the important one, but he doesn’t look strong in the movie. He is so innocent that his younger brother protects him while he is recruited as the police officer too. There are many inconsistencies in her role that sometimes it doesn’t look easy to represent.

Multiple scenes in the movie are nice, but they can’t raise the bar for the movie. As the movie has a weak script and can’t be overpowered by any other actions. You can somehow enjoy the visualization, but it’s not a paisa vasool movie.