CAST & CREW
Remember the film Hero of Subhai Ghai in 1983? This film, with the same name, tries to vibrate the similar charm. This, the director does with the help of young debutants. The problem with remaking is that the story turns out haywire; but Nikhil has taken some care in making the pace contemporary. Yes. The screenplay stumbles in between, but there are some other things that are advantageous to the film. The film is produced by
Salman Khan along with director
Nikhil Advani. This film is the debut of both Sooraj (Aditya Pancholi’s son) and
Athiya Shetty (daughter of Suniel Shetty).
Plot: A gangster (Sooraj) kidnaps the Mumbai Chief of Police’s daughter, Radha. He tries to convince her that he did this act as a gesture of protection, after receiving instructions from the police. Few days pass, and Sooraj sets free Radha, who is now trapped by his love. Do they overcome the hurdles that come in their way? Watch the movie to know that.. The film will not make you rest for a while. The male lead is indeed charming and the female lead is lovable. Added to this, there are all the commercial element interspersed in this film. The action scenes deserve applaud, specifically the climax one. You will surely get a feel of Salman Khan film after watching this movie. In order to lure the audience, the film is aptly set in beautiful locations. The onscreen chemistry of Sooraj and Athiya has some freshness in it. Sooraj, who is donning the title role, has performed with skill. As of Athiya, she is spontaneous. The acting prowess of Sooraj is just a cut above the other newcomers of the recent times. The music of the film is its plus point and Salman Khan has sung a song in the film. On the flip side, the screenplay could have been better. Also the story could have been narrated well.
Verdict: The plot of the Hero is very intense, though being a masala entertainer. There is quite some entertaining aspects in the movie. To put it in a nutshell, the film may be average, but the lead pair definitely make a mark.
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