Baaghi (2016 film)

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Baaghi (transl. Rebel) is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language action thriller film directed by Sabbir Khan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under his banner Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. It features Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in lead roles, with Sudheer Babu and Sunil Grover in supporting roles. The film is a remake of 2004 Telugu film Varsham,[2] and is also reported that it is based on 2011 Indonesian film The Raid: Redemption.[3][4]

Baaghi
Baaghi Hindi film poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed bySabbir Khan
Produced bySajid Nadiadwala
Written bySanjeev Datta
Based onVarsham (2004)
by Paruchuri Brothers
StarringTiger Shroff
Shraddha Kapoor
Music byScore:
Julius Packiam
Songs:
Meet Bros
Amaal Mallik
Ankit Tiwari
Manj Musik
Pranaay Rijia
CinematographyBinod Pradhan
Edited byManan Sagar
Production
company
Distributed byUTV Motion Pictures
Release date
  • 29 April 2016 (2016-04-29)
Running time
138 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi
Budget37crore[1]
Box officeest. 126crore[1]

The film was released worldwide on 29 April 2016. Made on a budget of 370 million (US$5.2 million), Baaghi has earned over 1.27 billion (US$18 million) worldwide. The film has grossed 1 billion in India and worldwide.[5] It is the first installment to the Baaghi film series adding by two spiritual sequels, Baaghi 2 (2018) and Baaghi 3 (2020).

PlotEdit

The film starts with martial arts champion Raghav Shetty kidnapping Sia Khurana from her film's set in Hyderabad and taking her to Bangkok. Sia's father, P.P. Khurana, goes to government offices and the police for help, but no one is ready to assist them since Raghav is an influential man. Khurana then turns to Sia's ex-boyfriend, Ranveer 'Ronnie' Pratap Singh. In a flashback, Ronnie and Sia meet on a train. Raghav sees Sia at the train station and starts to like her. He tells his men to get information about her. Ronny visits the martial arts school of a certain Guruswamy in Kerala. In a letter to Guruswamy, Ronnie's father explains that Ronnie is a Baaghi (rebel) and asks him to make Ronnie a good human being. Ronnie and Sia fall in love, and Sia gives him a ring she got from her father, asking him always to keep it. Raghav asks for Sia's hand from Khurana, and Khurana is so lost by greed when he sees how much money Raghav offers for Sia. He agrees to hand Sia over to Raghav, but when he sees that Ronnie has Sia's ring, he realizes she is in love with Ronny. He informs Raghav, who decides to kill Ronny. Ronnie beats up Raghav's men when they manhandle Subbu, a mute little boy Ronnie is close to, only for Raghav to get him arrested later on. Guruswamy tries to persuade Raghav, his son, to stop pursuing Sia, but Raghav poisons and kills him to get him out of the way. Ronnie is heartbroken to hear of Guruswamy's death since he had seen him as a father figure. Khurana then creates a misunderstanding between Sia and Ronnie to separate them, which works and the two part ways. In the present, Ronnie reaches Bangkok and visits Raghav's fight club, beating the most potent fighter there to get Raghav's attention. The next day, Ronnie breaks into the house of Raghav's right-hand man, Biju, and threatens Biju's wife at gunpoint, forcing him to reveal Sia's location. Finding out she was at the hospital, Ronnie saves Sia and escapes with her under both of them being disguised as a doctor and nurse. The two stop at an island on their way back to India, where Sia discovers her father's deceit when she sees that Ronny is still wearing her ring. The couple reconciles, but Raghav and his men attack them. Biju shoots Ronnie, who falls off a cliff. Raghav takes Sia back to his place. It is then revealed that Ronny is alive. It turns out that Biju had used blank bullets in his gun, sparing him as Ronnie had spared his wife's life earlier. Raghav kills Biju when Biju says that he believes Ronny to be right. Ronnie storms Raghav's building and single-handedly fights off all of the killers and swordsmen in Raghav's employ. He reaches Raghav, who initially overpowers him, but when Raghav reveals that he was the one who murdered Guruswamy, Ronny becomes enraged and uses Guruswamy's signature moves to kill Raghav. In the end, Ronnie, now happily together with Sia, becomes the new teacher in Guruswamy's school, where a statue of Guruswamy now stands.

CastEdit

ProductionEdit

Shroff trained and took up stunt classes for the film.[6][7] Sajid Nadiadwala hired a special team of 50 people to keep Shroff's look under wraps. The makers did not want his look to be revealed because of his role in the film being distinct from his role in Heropanti.[8] Telugu actor Sudheer Babu was signed to play a negative role, making his Bollywood debut. Shooting for Baaghi started on 27 May 2015.[9][10] The shooting of the film completed on 21 February 2016. The film was extensively shot in India and Thailand. Soma Kerala Palace, Kochi was shown in the movie as the KARMA Institute (school of Guruswamy). Song Sab Tera was shot in the exotic Poda Island.[11]

SoundtrackEdit

Baaghi
Soundtrack album by
Released29 March 2016 (2016-03-29)
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length25:42
LanguageHindi
LabelT-Series
ProducerSajid Nadiadwala
Singles from Baaghi
  1. "Sab Tera"
    Released: 18 March 2016
  2. "Let's Talk About Love"
    Released: 25 March 2016

The music of the film was composed by Meet Bros, Amaal Mallik, Ankit Tiwari, Manj Musik and Pranaay Rijia, while the score was composed by Julius Packiam. The song lyrics were written by Kumaar, Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay, Sanjeev Chaturvedi, Raftaar, Sabbir Khan and Rahul B. Seth. The first song of the film, "Sab Tera" was released on 18 March 2016, which was sung by Shraddha Kapoor and Armaan Malik. The second song of the film titled as "Let's Talk About Love", which was sung by Raftaar and Neha Kakkar was released on 25 March 2016.[12] The album was released on 29 March 2016, which includes 6 songs.[13]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicSinger(s)Length
1."Agar Tu Hota"Abhendra Kumar UpadhyayAnkit TiwariAnkit Tiwari5:28
2."Cham Cham"KumaarMeet BrosMeet Bros, Monali Thakur4:44
3."Girl I Need You"KumaarMeet BrosMeet Bros, Arijit Singh, Roach Killa, Khushboo Grewal4:57
4."Let's Talk About Love"Raftaar, Sabbir KhanManj MusikRaftaar, Neha Kakkar3:21
5."Sab Tera"Sanjeev ChaturvediAmaal MallikArmaan Malik, Shraddha Kapoor3:48
6."Get Ready To Fight"Rahul B. Seth, Sabbir KhanPranaay RijiaBenny Dayal, Siddharth Basrur3:24
Total length:25:42

Box officeEdit

Released on a Friday, the film netted 119.4 million, 11.13 crore, and 155.1 million respectively[14] on its first three days, bringing in a total of 38.58 crore net on its opening weekend and meeting its 37 crore production cost. By its seventh day, the film had netted 59.72 crore. Baaghi's daily collection peaked at 15.51 crore net on day three and began to decline thereafter, losing 79% of business by the end of the second week. The movie ultimately grossed 106.03 crore from India and 19.89 globally, for a total gross estimate of 125.92 crore, one of the highest-grossing films of Shroff's career.[15][14]

SequelEdit

On 1 May 2017, Tiger Shroff posted the first look poster of the sequel Baaghi 2 on his Twitter account.[16] The producer of the film, Sajid Nadiadwala, collaborated with Fox Star Studios and the film was released under Fox Star Studios and Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. The film is directed by Ahmed Khan. The film was released worldwide on 30 March 2018. A third installment was also announced under the title of Baaghi 3, with Nadiadwala the producer, Khan the director, and Shroff in the lead role.[17]

ReferencesEdit

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  7. ^ "Sajid Nadiadwala: The story of Tiger's Baaghi came from me". Roshmila Bhattacharya. 2 June 2015. Retrieved 11 June 2015.
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  11. ^ "Bollywood Movie Baaghi Shooting Locations". www.bollylocations.com. Retrieved 18 May 2017.
  12. ^ "Shraddha Kapoor lends voice to high-pitch Sab Tera song in 'Baaghi'". The Indian Express. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
  13. ^ "Baaghi (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – EP by Ankit Tiwari, Amaal Mallik, Manj Musik & Meet Bros on iTunes". iTunes Store. Retrieved 29 March 2016.
  14. ^ a b https://www.bollywoodhunga.com/movie/baaghi-3/box-office/
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  17. ^ "The third instalment in #Baaghi film series announced: #Baaghi3... Here's the official announcement". 19 February 2018. Retrieved 19 February 2018.

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