146 Min | Action – Romance | May 2014
IMDB Rating: 6.9
Director: Sabir Khan
Starring: Tiger Shroff, Kriti Sanon, Sandeepa Dhar
Heropanti Review: For direction I just want to reframe the tag line of Heropanti as “Direction – Kisi Ko Aati Nahi, Kisi Ko Milti Nahi”. Director just fails to add anything extra from his side to enhance the film. Even lots of places, for the sake of surprise he gives shock to audience. Story is very routine, screenplay is stale and dialogues are just OK. They show capital of India, Delhi just like a remote village. I mean to say no law and order, goons moving in open jeep! Why they prefer to choose Delhi when it could have been any place. Main male lead behaves like he does not have mind at all, when ever he wants to fight, he fights otherwise he surrenders or even plans to run away!
Love scenes between the lead pair do not touch at all. This is the biggest setback of this action romantic film. Prakash Raj is an amazing actor but due to inappropriate visual support and routine dialogues his emotional scenes fall flat even after his mind blowing performance. Sunil Grover, famous as Gutthi comes in a scene and pushes you to laugh but this scene was intended to be emotional rather than funny.
Performance wise Tiger Shroff as Bablu fights and dances impressively but he is just fine in other scenes. Kirti Sanon as Dimpy is OK. Samar Jay singh as Bhuppi makes his presence felt. Music by Sajid–Wajis is good.In Heropanti, Choreography of song Whistle Baja is out standing.