The Ahmed Khan directed Heropanti 2, which sees Tiger Shroff reprise his role as Babloo Ranawat with Tara Sutaria and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in crucial roles, has opened in theatres today. Tara Sutaria, a masala performer, previously revealed that she agreed to join the franchise because she liked the concept and felt she would like to be a part of it.
Sajid Nadiadwala’s Heropanti 2 was shot during the pandemic and had a large size, setting, and budget, as shown in the trailer. According to trade analysts, Heropanti 2 will have a somewhat larger opening than the other Eid movie, Runway 34, because it is aimed at a broad audience.
Story of the movie:
Tiger Shroff (Babloo Ranawat) is a highly ambitious hacker. He doesn’t care about the consequences when he deceives people online with his cyber crimes. He’s head over heels in love with Tara Sutaria (Inaaya), the sister of Nawazuddin Sutaria, a global digital fraudster (Laila). Nawazuddin Siddiqui (Laila) is a software genius who makes an app (Pulse) that steals bank information from users, but he needs help to carry out the world’s greatest theft. Working with Laila and assisting him in carrying out the robbery using his app on March 31st, when everyone’s bank accounts are brimming with cash, comes in very handy for Babloo.
Cast: Tiger Shroff, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Tara Sutaria, Zakir Hussain, Amrita Singh, Naresh Gosai and others.
Where to watch: Movie Theatres
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Babloo is back with his Heropanti, complete with ripped muscles, sharp six-pack abs, high-octane action, and double dhamaka. To really be honest, the idea is simple: Babloo is indeed an invincible one-man army on such a mission to track down the bad guys and beat their asses in order to safeguard the globe from cyber-crime. Besides this core narrative, Sajid Nadiadwala’s series Heropanti 2 offers much more to action movie fans.
To make it a Hollywood-style picture, Ahmed Khan as well as his stunt crew planned the movie’s stunts to re-create the thrills seen in films like Mission Impossible and Fast & Furious.
The music by AR Rahman adds to the drama’s atmosphere, yet each song appears at random. ‘Whistle Baja 2.0’ is by far the most lively of the rest of the songs, so you’ll have to wait until about the conclusion of the movie to hear it. Tiger making his singing debut with ‘Miss Hairan,’ which is pretty unexpected.
Heropanti 2, like most entertainers, has a little bit of everything: action, drama, music, romance, as well as exotic settings. The storyline allows for a mix of commercial movie themes, but the movie’s action section that’s where it shines, giving Tiger’s admirers something to chew on.
Watch the trailer below:
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