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Rising from present India in the conflicting era of shining modernity and deep-rooted archaic traditions in the era of big city versus small towns, comes a love story sealed with an impossible fate. The story of the bold Bablu and the bratty Dimpy. Will Bablu and Dimpys love blossom under the terror of a brutal clan and the violent landscape it is set against. Heropanti is the story of today's youth, and the coming of age of its conflicting protagonists.Written by
UTV Motion Pictures
Heropanti is a one-time watch for the action movie lovers.. otherwise skip it any cost..
Heropanti is a routine good vs evil flick devoid of story and direction. What works is commendable performances and well-choreographed action stunts.
As Babloo ( Tiger Shroff) support his friend who escapes with daughter of local mafia Prakash Raj, he falls in love with the younger daughter Dimpy ( Kirti Sannon) Babloo must fight to protect his friend and at the same time love of his life,Dimpy.
Directed by Sabir Khan, whose previous work includes disastrous Kambakth Isqh, Heropanti is a typical love story we have seen on Indian screen ample number of times. The screenplay is poor with immature romantic track causing hindrance to the movement of the film. The director had made sure to make a masala potboiler for front- benchers and creates a senseless caper. The whistle tone ( originated from the HERO starring Jackie Shroff) irritates as it is repeated innumerable times the moment Tiger Shroff comes on-screen. Cinematography is eye-catching. Editing could have been better. However , action sequences played by Tiger Shroff , dialogues with witty one-liners are good. Hats off to Tiger for executing the near- to-perfection action scenes without any cables and body double. The hard-work clearly pays off and it is pleasure to watch the deadly stunts. The actor gives good one-liners with serious tone of his voice. He should probably work on his looks to have conventional hero attitude. Kirti Sanon shows ample promises and should go a long way.
Overall , if you are longing for some great action moves, Heropanti is a one-time watch. Otherwise , you might want to skip it. Average 2.5/5
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