Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani starrer Baaghi 2 has been creating wonders at the box office. Surpassing everyone’s expectations, the film has already made it to the Rs 100 crore club and has so far earned Rs 104.9 cr. This is the third film of 2018 to have reached the Rs 100 crore mark in 2018 after Padmaavat and Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety. On its opening day, the film earned a massive Rs 25.10 crore which made it the biggest opener of Bollywood in 2018.
While many had their doubts on the film, the team of Baaghi 2 has proved that they knew what they were doing when they announced the third film of the franchise even before the release of Baaghi 2. Many Bollywood celebrities have been congratulating actors Tiger and Disha and director Ahmed Khan on this success.
The film earned Rs 95.80 crore in the first five days and crossed the Rs 100 crore mark on Day 6. Taran Adarsh wrote, “And #Baaghi2 hits a century… ₹ 💯 cr and counting… Third film to cross ₹ 100 cr mark in 2018, after #Padmaavat and #SKTKS… Fri 25.10 cr, Sat 20.40 cr, Sun 27.60 cr, Mon 12.10 cr, Tue 10.60 cr, Wed 9.10 cr. Total: ₹ 104.90 cr. India biz.”
And #Baaghi2 hits a century… ₹ 💯 cr and counting… Third film to cross ₹ 100 cr mark in 2018, after #Padmaavat and #SKTKS… Fri 25.10 cr, Sat 20.40 cr, Sun 27.60 cr, Mon 12.10 cr, Tue 10.60 cr, Wed 9.10 cr. Total: ₹ 104.90 cr. India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 5, 2018
After Baaghi 2, Tiger Shroff will be seen in Baaghi3, Student of the Year 2, the Hindi remake of Rambo and an untitled film where he stars alongside Hrithik Roshan.
Indian Express critic Shubhra Gupta gave the film 2.5/5 stars and wrote, “When Tiger is on the move, kicking, jumping, punching, wielding guns and knives and bombs, Baaghi 2 delivers. It falters when it dives into ‘emotion’, trying to get our Army jawan hero in touch with his softer side. The love story is saggy. The pretty Patani, who debuted with “sparkle in M S Dhoni, comes off insipid and out of her depth here. The trouble with a full-on masala film going in search of a plot is evident in the way the film unspools. The bare bones are borrowed from Telugu thriller Kshanam, but the fillings are all strictly Bollywood: the attempt to create difference gets diluted.”