Baaghi, the rebel is being taken in to the hearts of the people with great response and enthusiasm. Tiger Shroff, with his immense flexibility in Indian martial arts has actually sparked the feminine sector of the society.
The movie takes on a bright hope ahead and keeps up the momentum for the first half, but as the second half loses its strength and the story becomes entirely predictable.
The highlight of the movie is the actor(Tiger Shroff) and villain(Sudheer Babu) trying to compete in terms of the muscled body stunt performance.
Shraddha Kapoor has managed to do a few stunts for the first time in the movie and it has come out well for an amateur.
The movie title hasn’t been justified to its complete, because Tiger Shroff, is forced to act a rebel throughout the movie, in order to gain his fighting skill as well as the love of his life, Shraddha Kapoor.
The second half of the movie transforms from the traditional green beauty of Kerala to the glam world of Bangkok.
The storyline starts to rot as the two packed guys fight over the cheeky girl. The comic element is just enough to make the people smile and not laugh hysterically throughout.
But luckily for the Director, Sabbir Khan, the physicality of the chosen cast would turn out to be the worth of what he spend on the making of the rebel.
The movie raked in Rs.11.87 crore on its opening day in India. It minted close to $232,000 at the Gulf box office across 66 screens on Thursday, read a statement.