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Student of the year 2 movie review:
Welcome to Dehradun’s most upscale college Saint Teresa. Film’s main character (Tiger Shroff) suits right into the scheme of things when he gets admission with a sports quota. He comes from an underprivileged college, where students don’t have the luxury of costly cars and trendy clothes. But his many skills start becoming a cause of concern for the present poster boy of Saint Teresa, Manav Mehra (Aditya Seal). Moreover, Manav’s sister Shreya (Ananya), the college brat, who believes of herself as no less than a princess.
She always looking for an opportunity to take on Rohan and embarrass him. Most of the story revolves around the four principal characters, who fall in and out of love without much ado. There is no heartbreak too deep which can shatter them or a punch so solid which it can break them. The story stays sweet, simple and along predictable lines.
Tiger Shroff pretty much carries the movie on his well-toned shoulder muscles, and his charming boy charm works for the part. His talents are exhibited with skill and attention – where he is dancing like a dream, running on the tracks, participating in kabaddi or flipping in the air and landing with a blow.
While there was much more scope for comedy, some of the best laugh-out-loud moments come from Tiger’s gang of friends. Among them, Harsh Beniwal leaves a long-lasting impression with his wisecracks and comedy timing.
Movie director Punit Malhotra makes sure that a lot of drama and action remain out of the classroom, with a concentrate on sports, dance, and romance, not that the modern age campus kids will complain.
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