CAST & CREW
There is absolutely no doubt that Heropanti is a complete entertainer film with a lot of cliche dialogues, masaledaar romance, and pointless impulse dancing. Well, read more to know about the movie.
Chowdhary( Prakash Raj), is a respected man in his village. His daughter runs out on her wedding day to elope with her boyfriend, Rakesh. Later ruckus ensues, and Rakesh’s friends are held captive. One of his friends is Bablu ( Tiger Shroff) who is the show stealer. Will Chowdhary be able to find the whereabouts of his daughter and will Bablu and his gang be able to keep their two friends, who are madly in love, away from the clutches of the girl’s father?
The music in this movie is pretty impressive and catchy. The background score is amazing. There are really good improvisations of old songs like Whistle Baja, which is a remix version of the original Hero tune. The movie revolves around Bablu and his friends getting beaten up, and doing heroic moves. A lot of romance ensues when Bablu also finds his elusive love interest. Heropanti is quite an advertising of a new product called Tiger Shroff rather than a normal movie. The entire focus is on that guy! We have a very light and entertaining storyline that goes on to become serious and again light in the end.
Tiger Shroff is the show stealer in this flick. He, with his sculpted body, has a lot of confidence (note that he is a newbie). He dances spectacularly and with much elan. Needless to say, he’s the star of the show. Kriti, who was in a hit Telugu film(Nenokkadine), also steals the show with her amazing looks and confidence. Prakash Raj plays his part very well, as he always does, improvising his looks and character as an evil villain.
1. Uncompromising entertainment
2. A storyline that is written and executed quite well.
3. Amazing music.
4. Well performed stunts.
What's not there?
The plot is quite unrealistic.
This is an outright entertainer movie, where there are unrealistic stunts, villians flying in all directions after getting hit by the hero, and everything else. If this turns your entertainment side on, this one is for you.
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