An attempt to make a successful franchise is hereby ruined by an illogical script, aplenty with loopholes. Why on earth would a talented Tiger Shroff decide to sign up for this? Touted as the next big action superstar, Tiger Shroff does not disappoint in his role – flexing his muscles and showing off his agility in the fights are worth a mention. His acting skills are not tapped due to the poor script whereas Riteish Deshmukh, as his brother, is a joy to watch. His character, however, is not the most loveable as it borderlines childishness. Their bond is one of the highlights. Shraddha Kapoor’s role is reduced and can be sometimes seen as overdramatic. Disha Patani’s dance number adds another plus to this flick. Vijay Varma, Jaideep Ahlawa and Ankita Lokhande are up to the mark. Jackie Shroff is good. Director Ahmed Khan infuses too many unrequired action scenes and tries to polish this movie by concentrating more on camera angles, background music and Tiger’s body. A sequence of expensive action scenes with no correlation to the script is not defined as a movie. It is neither a thriller nor a patriotic movie. This has to be the weakest music given in this franchise. Fans of Tiger Shroff who are keen to see cars and helicopters being blown up may enjoy.