Honest, Unbiased Review Of Tiger-Kriti Starrer Film ‘Ganapath’
Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon’s new movie Ganapath is hitting the theatres today. Before the big release, a special screening was held. A-list celebs like Jackie Shroff, Suniel Shetty, and Hema Malini were there. Even Madhuri Dixit and Anupam Kher joined in.
Not just them, Anil Kapoor, Sanjay Kapoor, and many more stars also came to watch. Tiger and Kriti are back on screen together 9 years after their first film Heropanti.
The movie Ganapath is in five languages: Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu. Don’t miss it!
The new movie Ganapath starring Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon, is Directed by Vikas Bahl, the guy who gave us hits like Queen and Super 30, the film had a lot of buzz.
The movie is set in a dark future. A big bad group controls the world. People are not happy. There’s a hero, Ganapath, who everyone thinks will save the day. The story is about how Guddu, played by Tiger Shroff, becomes the hero of Ganapath.
No doubt, Tiger Shroff’s dance and action scenes are top-notch. But his acting and dialogue? Needs work. It felt like he is still in his old movie Munna Michael.
On the other hand, Kriti Sanon is really good. She plays a tough warrior and steals the show many times. Amitabh Bachchan and Pramod Kadam are also in the film but didn’t get much to do.
The movie shows Indian culture and religion in a cool way. That will attract a lot of people for sure. The first half may feel slow, but hang in there. The second half picks up and you’ll be more into it.
The biggest let-down of the film is bad VFX. Really bad. Even the short films show better graphics. Also, the plot is kind of predictable. So no big surprises there.
Let me also tell you this is just part one. They’ve teased a sequel at the end. Let’s hope the makers listen to the feedback and up their game in the next one.
This film is a mixed bag. If you’re a Tiger Shroff fan, you might still like it for the action and dance. Kriti also does a fine job.
The movie tries to do something different, a sort of experiment. So some may like it for that. But if you’re looking for a great VFX and a gripping plot, this may not be the film for you.