Baaghi 3 movie review
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Baaghi 3 movie review, trailer, cast, story, release date & more

Hello friends how are you? hope everyone is good, well are you searching for any action movie, here in this post today I will tell you about a movie that is fully action-based. The name of the movie that I am talking about is Baaghi 3. Yes, you are heard right, the name of this movie is Baaghi 3. After realizing you can also see the Baaghi 3 movie review.

Before Baaghi 1 and Baaghi 2 I think you can’t see any action movies like this movie, all parts are too good and both of them are fully action-based. But I am dam sure that the Baaghi 3 will take you to the next level, and after seeing the trailer of this movie you will be waiting for its release from watching the trailer.

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Baaghi 3 movie story

Baaghi 3 movie review

Baaghi 3 is an upcoming Indian action thriller movie. This awesome action movie directed by Ahmed Khan. The producer of this movie is Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment and Fox Star Studios, it is a spiritual sequel to Baaghi (2016) and Baaghi 2 (2018). Baaghi 3 all-stars are Tiger Shroff, Riteish Deshmukh, and Shraddha Kapoor. It is an official remake of the 2012 Tamil film Vettai. Shraddha Kapoor is playing the role of an air hostess in the movie.

Principal photography of the film began on 12 September 2019 in Mumbai. It is scheduled to be theatrically released in cinemas on 6 March 2020.

Baaghi 3 movie cast 

Directed by

  • Ahmed Khan

Produced by

  • Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment
  • Fox Star Studios

Written by

  • Farhad Samji

Screenplay by

  • Farhad Samji
  • Sparsh Khetarpal
  • Tasha Bhambra
  • Madhur Sharma

Story by

  • Sajid Nadiadwala


  • Tiger Shroff
  • Ritesh Deshmukh
  • Shraddha Kapoor

Music by Songs:

  • Vishal–Shekhar
  • Bappi Lahiri
  • Tanishk Bagchi
  • Sachet–Parampara
  • Rochak Kohli


  • Julius Packiam


  • Santhana Krishnan Ravichandran

Edited by

    • Rameshwar S. Bhagat


Production company

  • Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment

  • Fox Star Studios

Distributed by

  • Fox Star Studios

Baaghi 3 movie review

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 a little story would have been different.

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 him to take up a police job in Agra to shape his future.

There he also helps Vikram in breaking the trap of human trafficking. Vikram, who rescues many people from this gang, becomes the department’s hero 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.

Comedy through Shraddha Kapoor’s character has been tempered with emotion 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 does not have any 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.

Baaghi 3 movie trailer

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