Hero (2015)

Hero (2015)

Sooraj PancholiAthiya ShettyTigmanshu DhuliaAditya Pancholi
Nikkhil Advani


Hero (2015) is a Hindi movie. Nikkhil Advani has directed this movie. Sooraj Pancholi,Athiya Shetty,Tigmanshu Dhulia,Aditya Pancholi are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Hero (2015) is considered one of the best Action,Drama,Musical,Romance movie in India and around the world.

Sooraj (Sooraj Pancholi) is a gangster of Mumbai who meets Radha (Athiya Shetty). Radha is the daughter of the Chief of Police. One day, Sooraj runs with Radha, telling her that he got instructions from the police to take her away from city for some time. But later Radha gets to know that she is kidnapped by Sooraj. After a series of events, Sooraj leaves Radha. But by that time, they are already in love. Thereafter, comes the part where they have to face a lot of problems and overcome all hurdles to prove their love for each other.


Hero (2015) Reviews

  • Dear Star-Kids: Its Not Compulsory To Become An Actor!


    Why do every star-kid believes that it is his/her fundamental, God- given right to become an actor? Both Sooraj Pancholi & Athiya Shetty fizzle out, deliver a sub-standard performance which should never have occurred. The only saving grave of the movie is the intense confrontation between Aditya Pancholi and Tigmanshu Dhulia.. except that, the movie sucks. Completely illogical concept and logic of the screenplay. Even if I assume that the targeted audience of this movie is a 17-year old kid, there is no way you can show Mumbai to Kashmir journey completed in 2 hours or a bullet wounded guy, slipping into a fast flowing river, emerging with nothing but 2 cuts on his arms! The cliché:' Ek gunda kabhi IG ki ladki se pyaar nahi kar sakta' was repeated so many times, that it was cringe worthy actually. Dialogues are the worst part of this movie. And Salman bhai's hangover on the whole movie was actually way too much.. his song is played after every 10 minutes, and his style of action, dialogue delivery and antics is visible all the way to the end. As if Nikhil Advani had only been appointed as an obligation. Disappointing movie.. If you want to retain the magic of the original 'Hero', then don't watch it. 1.5/5

  • Total waste of time


    This movie is complete waste, stinking garbage. Bad acting, bad script, boring, predictable, illogical. Songs are untimely. Dialogues make you dizzy. I wonder, why they made this movie in the first place. It doesn't make any sense! How can one expect such a movie to work? It's a Salman Khan production. Do big stars also can't imagine which is a good script or who is a good actor before making a movie? This movie is an example that Bollywood is not mature enough to make meaningful yet commercially successful movies in regular basis. If you have two hours to spend go watch kids playing or watch cloud move, just don't waste your time in this. It's awful.

  • Pathetic movie


    Really don't know what is wrong with Salman ? movies do not ride safe just on his name or a song that he sung. Movie cannot run if he just says lies after lies, few are as below. 1) Sooraj will replace me ? come on Salman, he has to live may be million years more to come close to you 2) I have involved in frame by frame making of this movie - top most lie, and if it's not lie then this should be his last attempt to get involved into film making This film is so lousy along with it's hero that that lady man Heropanti's hero look legend against Sooraj. Tigmashu Dhulia - please stop acting, if you have not noticed your facial expression remained same all along the movie. You should stick to making Saheb Bivi & Gangster movie where you direct good actors unlike you.

  • A bore fest, stale and bad acting by the leads, this should stop now.


    "Khota hai, par mera hai" Aditya Pancholi correctly said for Sooraj. 'Hero' starts with a heavily tattooed Sooraj (Sooraj Pancholi) flexing his muscles and thrashing the goons, one by one or all of them at once. The villain also says "Hero ki tarah entry maarta hai, khud ko Hero samajhta hai kya". Now you can have an idea, what are you going to watch for next 125 minutes? It is the remake of "Hero" which made Jackie Shroff and Meenakshi Sheshadri stars overnight, it was Subhash Ghai and it was also 1983. Then the love story, dialogs, action scenes, melodrama and villains were not clichéd, but now these are truly are, but it has a soulful music. It has been three decades and we are watching same thing with different star cast, high voltage action sequences, a muscular protagonist and Athiya Shetty. Screenplay does not offer anything but clichés, cheesy dialogs, every frame is predictable, forced comedy and but it has some unpredictability too, that is the songs, because songs can come at whatever time. Nikhil Advani thought- "We don't have anything to show, let us insert a song" this way he has inserted six songs. Writing is poor and it does not give a scope for any character to behold the story. Sooraj could have done better if he had concentrated on his acting than musculature, he used all the screen time arching his muscles and doing death defying action scenes, at one point he escapes a bullet as a bicycle comes in front from nowhere. Athiya Shetty screen presence is bad and her acting too. Sooraj and Athiya speak Hindi doing a weird accent which does not exist, when we speak Hindi. Tuigmanshu Dulia has been wasted and looks indifferent, other casts have nothing good to do. I think Nikhil Advani was in haste as he has to release another movie too because his direction was really bad. Ctrl+Alt+Delete should be the name of the movie. Not recommended.

  • Shift+Delete. ♦ Grade F


    Newcomers have a tough time staying afloat in the volatile entertainment industry. In 2020, when there will be no trace of either of the lead actors of this film, we can finally corroborate that the previous statement is, in fact, true. After he's done with his theatrics, heroics, and groovy dance moves, Sooraj (Pancholi Jr.) is assigned the task of kidnapping the daughter (Shetty) of the city's Inspector General (Dhulia) by his gangster-turned-politician father (Pancholi Sr.) on grounds of political vendetta. Soon idiotic dialogs encapsulate the drama that has the power to put off its viewers, because in here arguments turn into long-winded sessions of romance, and kidnappers fool around with their captive. Just because the original villain is the real life father of the so-called hero of the film, he's not sent to the gallows at the end. But worry not, because we have some random villains kicking the bucket. It is basically a love story where the characters use words like "calculate" & "alt+shift+delete" to describe the situations. You now know what you're looking at. Pancholi Jr. has a long way to go if he wants to stick to acting that is not solely driven by his toned body, and Shetty may want to check her options. Taking a French bath and screaming your lungs out is not considered acting. Dhulia is the only good man in the film which eventually drags the hell out to reach a point of stagnancy. BOTTOM LINE: Hero has a tried and tested story, but the actors playing the characters are like a bunch of toddlers who are yet to grow milk teeth. GRADE: F Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES


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