This Friday, Let’s Bhaago to Watch Tiger -Shraddha’s ‘Baaghi’

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Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor are all set to ‘fight’ their way into your heart with their big Friday release Baaghi.

Baaghi is not only about being a rebel, but also about Tiger Shroff’s ‘Heropanti’, ’cuz kya kare yaar, sabko aati nahi... aur iski jaati nahi!

Let us tell you why the film is a must watch. Don’t worry, the post does not include great dance moves, well-toned bodies and cool daredevil stunts. Somethings are better left for the big screen.

A Debut Film For...

This Friday, Let’s Bhaago to Watch Tiger -Shraddha’s ‘Baaghi’

This is Shroff Junior’s second film and Shraddha Kapoor’s seventh. Yet Baaghi is a debut – and the debudant is Tiger’s new-grown beard. Yes, his facial hair has finally made a special appearance in this film. And let us warn you, it’s going to be a hair-raising experience!

Shraddha, Till the End

This Friday, Let’s Bhaago to Watch Tiger -Shraddha’s ‘Baaghi’

After Aashiqui 2, we’ve barely seen Shraddha Kapoor acting till the end of any films. In Ek Villain, Haider, the poor girl gets killed. In ABCD 2 post-interval, she fracture’s her leg and becomes a pretty, petite furniture. And in Gori Tere Pyaar Mein and Ungli, she does a cameo appearance.

But Baaghi is different, it has given Shraddha an opportunity to act till the end and without any tragedy befalling her.

We Love Rebels

This Friday, Let’s Bhaago to Watch Tiger -Shraddha’s ‘Baaghi’

Lately, Indians love rebels thanks to Kanhaiya Kumar and his Baaghi attitude. Kanhaiya has rebelled against universities, against the state and netas, clearly, this rebellious avatar works. And if it worked for Kanhaiya then it’ll work as a charm for Tiger and Shraddha, who let’s admit, are better looking Baaghis than Kanhaiya.

It’s Friday

This Friday, Let’s Bhaago to Watch Tiger -Shraddha’s ‘Baaghi’

Here’s the deal guys, IPL ain’t no fun without Chris Gayle. MS Dhoni’s Rising Pune Supergiants failed to climb up the charts. Virat Kohli cannot do the ‘Champion’ dance alone. So watching IPL is bowled out.

To make matters worse, Kejriwal’s Odd-Even run is driving all NCR-wallas crazy. So the best thing to do is to book your tickets for the film and have an ‘action-packed’ night (if lucky, you might just bump into Kejriwal too).

Come on guys, it’s Shraddha’s second full-length film and Tiger’s second. This is the least we could do. So, let’s bhaago for Baaghi!

Baaghi will hit the theatres on 29 April.

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