BAAGHI 2: Neha (Disha Patani) calls her ex-boyfriend Ranveer (Tiger Shroff) to find her daughter Rhea, who's been abducted 2 months ago. Ranveer alias Ronny has to solve the mystery of the missing child.
REVIEW OF BAAGHI 2: Baaghi 2 is an all-out action film with suspense and thriller elements. The first half is spent entirely in the setup. A distressed mother asks for help to her ex-boyfriend Ronny. But once Ronny starts investigating the case, he doesn’t find any clue about Neha’s daughter. Too much time is spent in establishing the story, the suspense and its characters.
The second half though is entirely different story. The slow pace of suspense and the romantic track give way to twists and turn that climax in a finale that lacks any reasoning or rationale. Ronny is a crazy army man. It is here, that director Ahmed Khan’s movie trade’s style for substance. The action sequences look slick, but they feel completely needless and little bit too excessive.
There are quite a few plots divulged and character twists during the latter part of Baaghi 2, but they’re not done effectively. The screenplay takes random liberties. The honest cop suddenly becomes the boss of the jungle and such forced changes in the narrative seem j. Even though the screenplay tries to offer explanations for the irrational plots later on, they seem hard to digest. Right at the end, Tiger’s character just drops into the jungle from out of nowhere. These cinematic liberties and continuity errors frustrate the film’s impact.
Disha’s acting is on average. The film also casts supporting performances by Manoj Bajpayee, Randeep Hooda and Deepak Dobriyal. Prateik Babbar plays Neha's brother-in-law, leaves no impact. Remixes of Ek Do Teen, that features a special appearance by Jacqueline Fernandez and Mundiyan Toh Bach Ke, only add to the length of the film.