Student of the Year 2 Movie Review: If you like to be in a class with bunch of pretty faces, then you will like these students.
Last Modified On: 10 May 2019 | Reviewed By: Saurabh S Nair
The film is like any other Karan Johar film, which takes to you in an altogether different world where everything is perfect from looks to location but it little adds anything new.
Did you watch this movie? How much do you feel it was worth?
Cast: Tiger Shroff, Ananya Pandey, Tara Sutaria and Aditya Seal.
Director: Punit Malhotra
After 7 years of Student of the Year, a new bunch of students arrived on the silver screen with a set of new faces led by Tiger Shroff.
This is a complete Dharma production film, people with good looks, as the character Poo (Kareena Kapoor) says in K3G, ‘Good looks, Good looks and Good looks’ adding to that a romance with a triangular love story.
The story is about Rohan, a so-called small-town guy studies in a school who wears branded clothes and shows off his built body who only dreams about his girlfriend and wants her to achieve her dreams.
But soon their relationship goes upside down when Rohan joins her college St.Teresa.
A rivalry between Rohan and Manav, the stud of Teresa happens which leads to his thrive to win the Dignity cup through a Kabbadi Match.
This leads to his struggle to win the Student of the year title and getting along with Ananya Pandey’s character (which is a slightly lighter version of Poo) is the plot of the story.
The trait of these Karan Johar film is the main issue of the film, it is hard to gulp the fact that these colleges and students don’t exist in real life.
There are sequences which has no logic such as the dance competition where Manav (Aditya Seal) is pairing up with his sister inspite of being the heartthrob of college.
Newbies Tara and Ananya just appear in the screen to look good and fall for the lead men though Ananya looks confident and has a character arc. Tiger Shroff is same as usual with all the acrobats and dance skills.
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There is no emotional connection between the audience and the character of film which leads to the conclusion that it is just a fun-time pass film which cop ups with popcorn which the audience will mutter while watching the film.