Baaghi 3

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Baaghi 3 is an action thriller film, released on 6 March 2020. The film is directed by Ahmed Khan. We cover the Baaghi 3 movie review by India’s top critics in this post. Before we getting started here is the summary of the star cast of the film.

Star cast of Baaghi 3

  • Tiger Shroff … Ranveer “Ronnie” Pratap Singh
  • Riteish Deshmukh … Vikram Pratap Singh
  • Shraddha Kapoor … Siya
  • Ankita Lokhande … Ruchi
  • Jameel Khoury … Abu Jalal, the chief of ISIS
  • Jaideep Ahlawat … Abu’s Henchman
  • Vijay Varma … Akhtar Lahori


  • Ahmed Khan


  • Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment
  • Fox Star Studios

Baaghi 3 Review

Times of India

Rating: 2.5/5

There are ample of acrobatics, slo-mo shots, deafening explosions and lethal punches in ‘Baaghi 3’. But none of it can rise beyond a weak script that doesn’t go for the kill. Knock yourself out only if you’re a diehard Tiger Shroff fan.

Director Ahmed Khan throws in every trick in the book to make ‘Baaghi 3’ an action entertainer with elements that highlight his leading man’s brute force and deadly machismo. Tiger Shroff, who is clearly one of Bollywood’s most bankable action stars, delivers a knockout blow in the high-octane action scenes.

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Bollywood Hungama

Rating: 3/5

Ahmed Khan’s direction is average. He handles the scale and grandeur with panache. BAAGHI 2 focused more on nationalism but that isn’t the case here. There’s also a nice comment made on India-Pakistan brotherhood instead. Khan keeps the pace in control to ensure the film never drags. His direction is passable in the first half but in the second half, he slips. The biggest problem is that it doesn’t seem like Ronnie is against a country. Also, it wasn’t really a country that he is against. It is a township at best which the makers want audiences to believe is a ‘country’.

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Indian Express

Rating: 2/5

It’s not done with as much hung-ho-ness and dialogue baazi as it would have been in the masala era of the 70s and 80s, but I will take this pallid stab at it, in this day and age, and wave back at our Baaghi while doing so.

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Rating: 2/5

Director Ahmed Khan obviously has a talent for helming big actioners, but Baaghi 3 certainly does not qualify as his best. That being said, this is a film obviously aimed at the single screen audience and given Tiger Shroff’s loyal following, it may just work the box- office numbers.

It’s a pity that despite its gravity-defying stunts and impressive firepower, Baaghi 3, the third edition of a successful franchise ends not in a bang but a whimper.

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