Baaghi 3 full movie box office collection Day 2: The Tiger Shroff Baaghi 3

Baaghi 3

Baaghi 3 Box Office Collection Day 2: 

Bollywood actor Tiger Shroff, Riteish Deshmukh and actress Shraddha Kapoor's film Baaghi 3 has been released.  The film started with a tremendous opening on the first day.  This film, full of action and stunts, is the third film in the 'Baaghi' franchise.  There was a lot of excitement among the fans regarding 'Baghi 3' and the same excitement was seen at the box office too.  Tiger's film grossed in theaters on the first day.  At the same time, 'Baagi 3' continued to dominate the box office on the second day.  According to Box Office India.com, 'Baghi 3' earned 15.5 to 16 crores on the second day.

 Let me tell you, Tiger Shroff's 'Baghi 3' earned Rs 17 to 18 crores on the first day.  Accordingly, Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor's film has collected Rs 33 crore in two days.  At the same time, considering the film's earnings, it is being speculated that 'Baghi 3' will earn Rs 50 crore this week.  At the same time, speaking of the story of the film, the story of 'Baaghi 3' is of Ronnie i.e. Tiger Shroff and his brother Vikram i.e. Riteish Deshmukh.  Ronnie is undoubtedly young but he is Vikram's keeper.  Even if Vikram gets scratched, Ronnie sheds the blood of the person in front.  One day, such a storm comes in life that Ronnie has to go to Syria to save Vikram, and here he is facing not one enemy but one country.

Baaghi 3 Movie Review

It is true that Hindi films speak of action and usually entertain a lot of audience when villains or goons get beaten up by a hero hitting the film screen for a revenge or close relationship.  Director Ahmed Khan has also presented an eye of awe-inspiring action through the hero who rescued his brother and stood up against the horror, but if a little hard work was done on the story, it would have been something else.

 The dying Inspector Chaturvedi (Jackie Shroff), who has been martyred by his life in a bid to save the common people in the riots, assigns the responsibility of his second son Vikram (Ritesh Deshmukh) to his son Ronnie (Tiger Shroff).  Just then, the situation is such that whenever someone takes a sharp look at Vikram, Ronnie's blood boils and he dislocates the front bone.  Ronnie inspires her to take up a police job in Agra to help her brother's future.  There he also helps Vikram in breaking the trap of human trafficking.  Vikram, who frees many from this gang, becomes the hero of the department and is sent to Syria to capture the real leader of human trafficking.  In Syria, the dreaded terrorist Abu Jalal Gaza (Jamil Khoury) captures Vikram.  Then Ronnie arrives in Syria with his sweetheart Shraddha Kapoor.  He has to save his brother under any circumstances.

 Director Ahmed Khan has tried his best to make the action dose stronger than 'Baaghi 2' and for this, he left no stone unturned to strengthen the scenes of the fight.  Whether it is a typical fight scene in a mall or a street, or the action between a helicopter or an army tank, everything looks like Hollywood movies, but they are killed in terms of story and screenplay.  Through the character of Shraddha Kapoor, comedy has been instilled through Ritesh.  Many scenes are funny, which also make for a laugh, but the film has a feel for the revenge films of the 80-90s.  Climax's action sequences stop breathing, but he is quite stretched and there is no melodrama.  The length of the film could be reduced.  Santana Krishnan Ravichandran's cinematography is worth watching.  In the music of Vishal-Shekhar, 'ten excuses do Le Gayi Dil' is being well liked.  This song is at number five in Radio Mirchi's list of Top Twenty.  Other songs are just fine.  In the item song 'Do You Love Me', Disha Patni has shown amazing dance moves.

 Tiger is fit in Ronnie's role in every way.  The audience starts whistling when they hit the entry shirtless with muscles and toned bodies.  Going to Syria as a forest army, they have started convicting terrorists like Jaish-e-Lashkar.  Their dialogue delivery has also improved.  Shraddha is beautiful and glamorous, she has also done a comedy, but she did not get a chance to do much on screen.

 Ritesh has done well to play the role of innocent and timid boy, but his character is not woven properly in the story.  The role of Ankita Lokhande has also not been expanded.  Jameel Khori as the main villain Abu Jalal is as funny and dangerous, but the other villagers could not freeze.  Vijay Verma and Jaideep Ahlwat have played their characters well.


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