Heropanti 2 Review

Heropanti 2 Review: ‘No Magic, No Masala?’ Tiger Shroff’s Action Breaks in Pieces Against Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s ‘Laila’

Heropanti 2 Review: Tiger Shroff, Tara Sutaria & Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer film doesn’t achieves much according to expectations.

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We have seen many heist dramas in Bollywood till date, very few of them actually succeed only because of the uniqueness and something like a X-factor which was never seen before. This time in the sequel of 2014 film Heropanti, story writer & producer opts for a smart digital heist which never looks real and way beyond real life.

Advance Booking: Heropanti 2 takes a start at national chains lukewarm in  single screens and elsewhere | PINKVILLA

The process of this digital heist of ‘Money from the banks’ off course works like the Cyber Security Branch does not exists in the world. The villains let’s say the hackers have been shown beyond superior that they can nil all the banks all over nation in a day or two.

Heropanti 2 Trailer: Tiger Shroff's Flying Kicks VS A Manic Nawazuddin  Siddiqui

Shroff’s Babloo, first introduced in Heropanti in 2014, is back, in a manner of speaking. This new Babloo has the same name but a different girlfriend, played by Tara Sutaria with stamping feet and tossed hair. Babloo is a genius hacker who has gone underground to prevent the nefarious crook Laila (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) from breaking into every single Indian bank account.

Director Ahmed Khan & Writer Rajat Arora forced the movie to fit in Action/Comedy which was supposed to be the Action/Romance. The way they have portrayed the leads, three solely different characters which are no-way similar to each other. But the only thing that connects them is their efforts to bring out the humor from anything they have assigned.

Tara Sutaria in Heropanti 2. : r/IndianActressesHot

The cheesy dialogue that leavens Tiger Shroff’s films in between watching him scissor through the air in slow motion is in woefully low supply. Nobody in the production has been paying attention to Inaaya, who declares that her life moves at the speed of 1,000 mbps and that she has no time to buffer and waste. But Heropanti 2 does – 142 minutes, no less.

It’s a completely mass entertainment content but if viewers or even fans would like this one will be an interesting sight to watch for. Tiger Shroff made his debut with the first part of this movie and he has dedicated himself for the second part as well but the only savior of the film could be Laila’s (Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s) magic.

Rating: 2/5


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