Director- Ahmed Khan
Artists – Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor, Ritesh Deshmukh, Ankita Lokhande
If Rohit Shetty blows a car in his films, then director Ahmed Khan went four steps ahead and flown bikes, cars, trains, cannon, helicopters in Baaghi 3. Well, the story of the two brothers begins in India and reaches Syria, where Ronnie (Tiger), as a rebel to protect his brother (Ritesh), single-handedly confronts Jaish-e-Lashkar, the world’s largest terrorist group. Ronnie, who kept his brother safe from all the trouble since childhood, says- “If I come, I leave, but if my brother comes, I break” .. now whether he will be able to save his brother from Syria or not , The whole story revolves around this.
Honest police officer Pratap Singh (Jackie Shroff) takes a promise from his younger son Ronnie (Tiger) that he will protect his elder brother Vikram (Ritesh Deshmukh) throughout his life, always with him as a shadow. Therefore, since childhood, there has been a tremendous bond between the two brothers. When Vikram is caught in any trouble, as soon as he makes a sound, Ronnie is present to kill the goons. Ronnie can wipe out five, ten Kya thirty-forty goons simultaneously with 6 pack abs and a great Attitude. Instead of father, elder brother Vikram gets a police job in Agra. Everything is going well in the lives of the two brothers, when suddenly Vikram is kidnapped by the Jaish-e-Lashkar militants in Syria. After this incident, Ronnie sets out on a mission in a rebellious manner and vows to rescue his brother anyway. He is supported by girlfriend Sia (Shraddha Kapoor) in this mission and Akhtar Lahori (Vijay Verma), a Pakistani based in Syria.
Acting No doubt, Tiger Shroff is currently Bollywood’s most powerful action hero. After Baghi, Baghi 2, now in Baghi 3, he is very much frozen in the role of Ronnie. Director Ahmed Khan has also taken full advantage of being Tiger and has put all kinds of action-stunts in the film. Tiger has also done hard work in this film and it appears in every scene. Tiger appears weak in sensitive scenes, but the next moment he wins hearts with his action. Ritesh Deshmukh, who became elder brother Vikram, was given a very important character, but except for a few scenes, his gesture seems boring. The character of Shraddha Kapoor and Ankita Lokhande have not been given any specific outline, so they do not even remember after the film. Jamil Khauri has done a good job in the role of Abu Jalal, the leader of terrorist group Jaish-e-Lashkar. He has looked dangerous. As co-stars Vijay Verma, Jaideep Ahlwat, Jackie Shroff have done justice to their characters.
Ahmed Khan thought of creating an action spice and created the same. The film is effective in terms of action and stunts, designed by Ahmed Khan himself. But the screenplay is very weak. Some scenes in First Half seem extremely boring. The film moves forward between the family drama and the love story, but the second half is completely on Tiger’s shoulders. The director has used bikes, cars, trains, cannon to helicopters to make it as an action film on a large scale. But I wish some attention would have been given to writing as well. The dialogues written by Farhad Samji are mediocre.
Ahmed Khan has shot the film in locations other than India, Morocco, Egypt, Serbia and Turkey. Santhana Krishnan Ravichandran’s cinematography has done full justice to the film’s location and superb action-stunt sequence. However, the editing of Rameshwar S Bhagat has missed many scenes. Especially in the first half of the film, editing is very weak, there is a problem of continuity between some scenes. In one scene, four people are seen walking from the front, but in the next scene they become just two people. The cannons behind the hero also get entangled and blast themselves. If you pay attention to the characters and the story, Rebel 3 is full of such strange scenes. VFX is also not particularly effective.
The music of the film is average, but the good thing is that there are not many songs in the film. The film has only three songs and all three recreates. ‘Ek Aankh Maroon Toh’ and ‘Do You Love Me’ are part of the film’s story and attract attention due to the choreography.
See or not see
If you are a fan of Tiger Shroff and the rebel franchise, then this is a bang for you. Outside of weak story and acting. Ahmad Khan has introduced Bagi 3 by making it a fully action spice. Rebel 3 to 2.5 stars from Filmyroom.