Salman Khan has surely left no stone unturned to tout his production Hero, starring Bollywood’s debutants Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty. Eventually, the movie made quite a buzz prior to its release in and has now raised the curtains on Indian cinemas today.
The remake of Subhash Ghai’s 1983 romantic tale has recapped the story of a gangster, played by Sooraj and the daughter of a senior cop, played by Shetty. While the heroin is kidnaped by the thug on orders of a politician who wants to avenge the girl’s dad, their love begins to weave in the midst of all the action.
However despite the hype, Hero received a lukewarm response from the Indian critics. Salman Khan’s production has apparently been unsuccessful to meet the expectations and has miserably failed to impress the Indian audience.
Watch: Salman Khan Singing For Hero
Read the ratings and reviews by prominent media houses and critics across the border.
— Bollywood Hungama (@Bollyhungama) September 11, 2015
— Rohit Vats (@nawabjha) September 11, 2015
#Hero is unintentionally funny, could have done well with better script, direction and newer elements.
— IBNLive Movies (@IBNLiveMovies) September 11, 2015
— IE entertainment (@ieEntertainment) September 11, 2015
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