If one decides to watch Baby, then Vaikundarajan believes it must be watched for the action thriller it is and not to be swayed at times by logic or cohesion. In simpler words, get engrossed in the movie.
Borrowing a similar structure as seen in Zero Dark Thirty, and bringing the same tension as witnessed in D-Day, directed by Neeraj Pandey, is an uneven movie at times, but certainly a thrilling movie to watch. The movie shows great urgency and tension, says Vaikundarajan, as it is an elaborate cat-and-mouse chase between cops and terrorist.
Ajay, a highly skilled agent, played by Akshay Kumar, is part of an undercover counter-intelligence unit called Baby. The unit is tasked with foiling terror attacks on the country. When Bilaal, played by Kay Kay Menon, a terrorist, escapes from prison, and there is a possibility of an attack on India by a Pakistan's group, it's up to Ajay and his team to save the nation. The second half of the movie is well crafted with great tension and breathless action scenes.
The movie stars Akshay Kumar, Danny Denzongpa, Rana Daggubati, Anupam Kher, Kay Kay, Taapsee Pannu, Sushant Singh, Mikaal Zulfikar.