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Heropanti 2 – Movie Review

heropanti 2 Movie Review

Heropanti 2 – Movie Review & Rating

  • Released Date – 29 April 2022
  • Released Language – Hindi
  • Watch Time - 2 Hr 22 mins
  • Movie Type – Action, Thriller, Romance
  • Average User Rating – 2.5/5

Heropanti 2 Movie – Star Cast

Tiger Shroff, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Tara Sutaria, Amrita Singh, Zakir Hussain

Director: Ahmed Khan

Heropanti 2 Movie Story

'The real Heropanti is not in winning with the people, it is in winning the people' This dialogue of Heropanti 2 became famous after the second trailer launch of the film. 

In fact, after Tiger's debut film Heropanti, the way two trailers were released with its Part 2's banging, high octane action and Tiger-Nawaz's jugalbandi, fans had high hopes, but regrettably have to say that Tiger Shroff's Heropanti fails to win over the audience in this Ahmed Khan-directed film due to the short story.

Heropanti 2 Movie Review:

However, the story begins in a very interesting way, where the magician Laila (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) is a vicious fraudulent hacker who is trying to hack all the tax money of India at the closing of the financial year. 

On the other hand, Bablu (Tiger Shroff) is an aspiring hacker who wants to make money by making money. Bablu is appointed to uncover Laila's cover on a government mission, but there Bablu not only falls in love with Laila's sister Inaya (Tara Sutaria) but also becomes Laila's accomplice in the wrong business of hacking. 

Bablu's conscience wakes up when he meets Amrita Singh, who is a victim of this fraud. When Laila comes to know about this, he tries to kill Amrita, after that Bablu vows to save his mother and send the criminals to jail.

According to the action and macho image of Tiger in this film, director Ahmed Khan stuffed all the elements like amazing action, romance, songs, mother's emotion, villain se Panga, social message, foreign location, but Heropanti 2 did not become a delicious biryani. Pai and its biggest reason was the headless story and weak screenplay. 

In order to show Tiger's heroism, Ahmed Khan has kept many over-the-top scenes in the film, but there are some which seem ridiculous. Like Tiger Shroff getting up from the rags of a bomb blast victim train and receiving his mother's phone. Hollywood-style action, dance, romance, Tiger and Nawaz's laughter along with Tiger's whistler dialogues like 'Meri Jaati Nahi Aur Sabko Aati Nahi' can attract fans, but then the problem is that every two-three scenes After that a song comes and the fight starts. 

AR Rahman's music doesn't tie the knot and it's because he doesn't take the story forward. One has to wait till the end to even watch a song like Whistle Baja. Yes, if you look at the songs away from the film, then its choreography is visible. The climax of the film is interesting.

Tiger Shroff has proved to be twenty in every way in terms of action. He has played the explosive action well with his swag and style. On the other hand, Tara Sutaria disappoints in the role of Inaaya. Tiger-Tara's chemistry fails to create the umpteenth factor on screen. 

As far as Nawazuddin Siddiqui's acting is concerned, he is the plus point of the film. Her character of Laila entertains the audience immensely. A capable actress like Amrita Singh has been turned into a mouth-watering mother.

As far as dialogues are concerned, this film invents new ways of talking. When Bablu's mother comes back to India from England, she goes by calling Bablu MCBC. There is no need to explain what this means. 

But we still tell - MCBC full form is - Main Chali, Bye QT. There is good news for Tiger fans that in this film too, you get to hear dialogues like 'Choti bachchi ho kya' and 'Sabko aati nahi aur meri jaati nahi' from Tiger Shroff's mouth. But its callback value is not enough for you to enjoy it. 

The film turns into cringe content with each passing sequence and sequence. You just keep seeing how much worse things can get! Surprisingly, things get worse than you think.

Overall, the Hindi-speaking filmmakers have taken the audience for granted. They feel that whatever they make, the public will see. Public will stop watching, such films will automatically stop being made. Films like 'Heropanti 2' are called mass entertainers. 

But it should be a legally made film. There is nothing in 'Heropanti 2' which you have not seen before. Or want to look further. This film ridicules the cinema medium. 'Heropanti 2' cannot create any third emotion in you except regret and despair.

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