Starring: Tiger Shroff, Disha Patni, Manoj Bajpayee, Randeep Hooda, Prateik Babbar, Deepak Dobriyal, Darshan Kumar.

Runtime: 144 minutes

One-Liner: Army man Ronny(Tiger Shroff) goes all out to help his lady love Neha(Disha Patani) trace her kidnapped daughter Rhea.

Plot: In the year of 2001, a sweet, beautiful girl brought up by single father and handsome hunk who is aiming for joining Armed forces falls in love with each other. Due to the sudden illness of her father and his final wish, she has to defy her love and marry another man. Meanwhile, Ronny joins the Indian Special Para Military Forces. Fours years after since they talked to each other, Ronny gets a phone call from his lady love. She tells him about the incident of her little daughter Rhea being kidnapped. Ronny convinces his Unit Head and goes for helping her in a permitted 7 days time period. As he reaches there to help here, he finds himself in a plot conspired by many characters reflecting a fact that states Neha has lost a good part of her memory and her story of her kidnapped daughter is merely the figment of her imagination. As Ronny tries to tell her about the fact that she has been suffering from her memory loss and her story is just an imagination, she commits suicide jumping from the balcony of her flat. Ronny could not help but finds a clue that she has been right all the time of her daughter has been kidnapped. He gets a lead to Rhea’s location in a jungle terrain and goes off to rescue her. As he single-handedly fights the goons and finally faces the DIG (Manoj Bajpai) who conspired for his underworld consignments all these things with Neha’s husband who wants to kill Rhea as he finds Rhea not being her real daughter. Before DIG could kill Ronny, LSD and Army Unit Head reach there and save bullet-hit Ronny. In the final scene where he figures out Rhea as his own daughter shows Ronny taking care of her and his smile depicting he being a happy Dad.

Review: Some Bollywood movies are meant for a certain category of people who likes Masala Dialogues, Actress’s Thumke and indigestible action sequence. If you like typical Bollywood melodrama, Gym hit bodies of actress & actor to be wowed over and unrelatable action sequences, then it’s a “Super Friday” for you. Else, wait for your TV channel to telecast it one day in future. A big appreciation for Tiger Shroff’s chiseled physique. This man looks like a Greek god, another Bollywood actor after Hrithik Roshan. This factor gets accentuated for people like us who can’t think of attaining such an extraordinary stature until next life. However, his portrayal as modern-day Dhai Kilo Ka Haath in Rambo like Avatar trying to take over an army of goons single-handedly is totally typical Desi Masala Movie type. Remaining star cast cannot be complemented either, be it Disha Patani, Manoj Bajpayee, Prateek Babbar or Randeep Hooda(LSD in the movie). Equally disappointing is choreography by Saroj Khan with such poor reproduction of iconic Madhuri Dixit OST “Ek do teen…”.

Direction: ★★ out of 5★s

Dialogue: ★★★ out of 5★s

Choreography: ★ out of 5★s

Action: ★★ out of 5★s

Music: ★★★★ out of 5★s


Movie Star: ★★★ out of 5★s