Heropanti 2 review
What makes a Tiger Shroff movie? Aerial kicks, a touch of romance, and a touch of misfit tale are the perfect combination, and Heropanti 2 is precisely that. Heropanti 2 is the highly anticipated follow up to the movie of the same name, which also starred Kriti Sanon. It stars Tiger Shroff, Tara Sutaria, and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
The movie opens with the introduction of Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who portrays Laila, a magician, a cyber fraudster, and a kind brother all rolled into one. Laila (Nwazuddin) and Babloo Rawat are the central characters in the plot (Tiger Shroff). Babloo is continuously avoiding Laila’s attacks while simultaneously courting Laila’s sister, Inaaya (Tara Sutaria). Following that is a battle between the heart and the mind, as well as between Babloo and Laila. Who will emerge victorious? Is Babloo going to lose this time, and will the famous franchise get a third instalment? Well, I guess you’ll have to wait and see!
Babloo Ranawat is RJ in the sequel, and he is a transformed man. Amrita Singh, who plays his mother, is presented to us. The sequences between the two seem a little rushed and pointless. The plot progresses to depict Babloo’s decision to leave India and embark on a new phase in his life.
Nawazuddin is like butter on toast, whether he’s stepping into the role of Laila or tackling action scenes. His acting talent are on full display, and he is a joy to see. Tiger is his normal great self as a performer. He rules every scene, kills action moments, and even tries his hand at romance scenes. The entertainer shines brightly in one scene, when Tara and Tiger are left with no choice but to battle for their lives.
Tara Sutaria, also known as Inaaya, plays Tiger Shroff’s leading lady. The actress, on the other hand, has minimal time on screen and an even smaller role in the plot. The plot progresses to reveal Laila’s scheme to steal money from every Indian resident through his software called Pulse.
The film, directed by choreographer-turned-filmmaker Ahmed Khan, was shot in exotic locations and has music by master AR Rahman. However, this isn’t your typical Rahman composition. The tunes, whether it’s Dafa Kar or Whistle Baja 2.0, are memorable and stick with you long after the credits have rolled. They’re sassy and all we’d anticipate from a dynamite entertainment. With his debut song, Miss Hairan, Tiger Shroff also became a vocalist, and we can fairly claim that it is the new party tune in town.
Heropanti 2 was all you could have hoped for. That’s all there is to it.