Tiger Shroff was the Heropanti debutant. He has come a long distance from the Haryana by-lanes and is now a global celebrity with Heropanti 2.
Helmed by choreographer-turned-filmmaker Ahmed Khan, who has successfully took the movie to a whole new level from the previous one. AR Rahman composed the film’s international feel with its impressive sets, stunning locations, and star-quality music.
Tiger Shroff, a hacker as Babloo Ranawat is ambitious and doesn’t care about the consequences of his digital scams. He finds himself in love with Inaya Tara (Inaaya), a sister to Laila (Nawazuddin), an international digital fraudster.
Laila, a genius who has developed an app called Pulse that steals bank-details. He needs someone to help him pull off the biggest heist in history. Babloo is a great help, they quickly realize that Inaaya dating comes with a certain condition. They work together to make Laila’s financial year close by and pull off the heist with his application on 31 March.
Babloo was all going according to plan until he meets Amrita Singh, a victim of his own crime. Babloo quickly accepts her and they form a mother-son bond. Laila tries to kill Babloo, but he swears to recompense himself and finally puts everyone behind bars.
The film is a great example of digital fraud prevention. It features a stellar ensemble cast, a decent budget, and an amazing performance. Although the film is complex, the message is subtle. Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Tiger Shroff hold the film and deliver superbly.
Bollywood is well-known for making heist movies, but no one has ever attempted to create a digital heist drama of such great proportions. The film is a solid family entertainer, with a few exceptions. Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment financed the film. Rajat Arora wrote the film.