Recently released Bollywood film Heropanti is in talks due to various reasons. It created a certain hype over itself as being the debut film for Jai Hemant Shroff, who is better known as is screen (and nick) name – Tiger Shroff; the son of Hindi film actor Jackie Shroff.
|Produced by||:||Sajid Nadiadwala|
|Written By||:||Sanjeev Dutta|
|Studio||:||Nadiawala Grandson Entertainment|
|Released On||:||23 May 2014|
|Starring||:||Tiger Shroff (Bablu), Kriti Sanon (Dimpy), Prakash Raj (Chowdhary), Sandeepa Dhar (Renu), Vikram Singh (Rajjo Fauji), Shireesh Sharma (Police Commissioner), Samar Jai Singh (Bhuppi), K. C. Shankar (Pappi), and others…|
In most of the promotional events for the film, Tiger presented his dancing and aerobic skills. In addition he didn’t mind showing off his chiseled body as well. Some people argued against his unconventional looks, especially the face, and claimed that it is not suited to the definition of a typical Bollywood hero. On the other hand some people also see him as a combination of various skils (apart from acting) like Hrithik Roshan. Let us put both these extreme level remarks at side, and look genuinely at the film content.
The film explores a love story. Love story of two youth which are at first glance seem totally different. They come from different backgrounds and it seems highly unlikely that they fall in love. But they do. We saw that in a lot of films, but one more thing this film contains which can touch the emotions of Indian audience is the protagonist’s approach to father-daughter relations. He rather than going the typical way to go on run with his lady love, decide to let her father chose her fate. The respect he show towards the genuine love of a father for the daughter, will prove the USP of the film. Of course there are dances and actions which are executed nicely and liked by a certain group of audience as well. But, it is the emotional quotient which takes over for mature audience who believe in morals, values and ethics.
The fight scenes look nicely choreographed at various places (rather than looking action scenes). Tiger has a very elastic body and he definitely have worked hard on his body and dancing skills for sure. He still have a long path to go on in terms of acting and expressions, but it seems a promising career to him. Kriti plays well in some scenes, she also can perform better with some hard work. But they are promising newcomers for sure. Prakash Raj got a chance to show some emotional expressions also. His character is not a pure villain here. Samar Jai Singh is perfect for the role he is playing here.
A couple of good songs in the film, are the positive part of music album. With the newcomers playing the main roles the basic cost of the movie can be recovered from the same. The flute tune is good at ears. Cinematography is appealing. The script could have been tighter to make the movie experience a lot better. A few scenes will make you remember some other films and you can draw parallels with them.
It is a typical masala film, so don’t try to apply much logic to each scene or compare it with realities. There are places where you obviously feel that, how it can be possible? So, just watch it for time pass and pure entertainment purpose and you will not regret the time you spent. And if you miss it watching then also you are missing anything.
Poster Curtsey: Wikipedia
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