Friday 10th, 2019 Jackie Shroff’s son Tiger Shroff starter film ” Student Of the Year 2″ released in theaters. The film is way different than the first part.
Student Of The Year 2
Directed By– Punit Malhotra
Film Cast: Tiger Shroff, Tara Sutaria, Aditya Seal, Ananya Panday, Samir Soni, Gul Panag, Manoj Pahwa
The first original film Student of the Year, which was directed by Karan Johar in the year 2012, was pointless but inoffensive. Film Set was in a swanky Dehradun school, Saint Teresa, related to a competitive annual school event with a title so coveted, that turned best friends into rivals and broke up romances. The main fact story was an inherent sense of fun, some memorable music songs, and the curiosity around the potential of the three newcomers who were launched in the film.
Besides that new second part of Student of the Year 2, which is directed by Punit Malhotra, the competition has gone inter-schools sport kabaddi with the title as Dignity Cup reward. Like Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander film, the chief rivalry is between school’s students from a hip, fancy school, and kids from the modest other local schools. There’s the rich bully son of the school trustee (Aditya Seal), the earnest, middle-class kid on a sports scholarship (Tiger Shroff), the pretty girl confused over matters of the heart (Tara Sutaria), and the entitled campus brat (Ananya Panday). You have to pardon my liberal use of the words ‘kids’, especially in the case of Tiger and Aditya, neither of whom looks like they belong on campus, and both of whom look too old to be squeezed into student uniform.
Student Of The Year 2 Movie Review by Anupama Chopra
News18: Despite mixed reviews, Student of theYear2 has put up a decent show at the box office on its opening day.
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Review, Student of the Year 2 https://t.co/wnLPAZnuvf
Student Of TheYear2 (SOTY 2) review and rating by audience: Watch it at your own risk