Shehzada movie review.
Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan demonstrated his prowess in the action genre with his most recent film, “Shehzada,” after dabbling in comedy and romance. This movie is the Hindi adaptation of Allu Arjun’s supersuccessful 2020 Telugu action drama “Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo.” Since Aaryan became a producer with Shehzada, the Hindi adaptation has been in the headlines often. It was also one of the actor’s most eagerly awaited movies. While he handles his cards right in a movie packed with exciting action, hilarious one-liners, and a hint of humour in the dialogue, the tale falls flat. The tale falls behind in the first part of the film but picks up in the second.
Shehzada features a lot of action, drama, and romance, as the trailer previously indicated. This is definitely a family-friendly entertainer. It is clear that the movie leans between humour and drama because it was directed by David Dhawan’s son, Rohit Dhawan. It exactly fits the mould of a “Dhawan” movie. As a leading pair, Kartik Aryan as well as Kriti Sanon are once again seen together. Their relationship and on-screen connection are nicely captured. Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala, Sunny Ahuja, Ankur Rathi, Ronit Roy, and Sachin Khedekar are also featured in the movie. Also, making special appearances are Rajpal Yadav and Rakesh Bedi.
The day Karthik Aryan, aka Bantu, entered this world, his destiny was upended. Despite the fact that he was born a Shehzada, he was raised in a modest home and had his Shehzada status taken away from him. All of this was a ruse by Valmiki, the pretend father of Bantu (Paresh Rawal). What else does Bantu do after discovering that the Jindals are his real family? How does he first meet Ronit Roy and also Manisha Koirala, his parents? Why is Bantu separated from his family by Valmiki? This is the central conflict of the Bollywood film Shehzada.
From the opening to the closing scenes, Kartik Aryan excels. With each new movie, the actor gives a better performance. He didn’t deliver a lengthy monologue in Shehzada, which is his USP, yet he still had the audience’s attention throughout every scene. Kriti Sanon, though, defended her position as a lawyer despite having little to do. Paresh Rawal, however, performed admirably in his role as predicted. It’s worth watching him repeatedly for his natural acting and hilarious timing. Manisha Koirala and Ronit Roy performed admirably. As the patriarch of the Jindal family, Sachin Khedekar is lovable, and Sunny Hinduja occasionally plays the role of Batman. Rajpal Yadav as well as Rakesh both make special appearances.