Hero Review – A love story seen before

Sooraj Pancholi & Athiya shetty’s ‘HERO’ is a remake of the 1983’s Hero starring Jackie Shroff & Meenakshi Sheshadri. The movie started of well, A young dynamic and most importantly good hearted boy(Sooraj Pancholi) with a mysterious criminal background met a good looking girl(Athiya shetty) in a dance bar.

As criminal Pasha (Aditya Pancholi) is detained by IG Shrikant Mathur (Tigmanshu Dhulia), Athiya shetty’s protection is a matter of concern for father IG Shrikant Mathur (Tigmanshu Dhulia), who appoints a police force but in turn Athiya meets Sooraj who acts a a safety personnel and promises to take her to a safe house. Both Sooraj & Athiya are attracted to each other and get some quality time to spend and know oneself. Things were going smooth, as long as Athiya get access to telephone booth and called her bhabhi where she came to know that she has been kidnapped. surprisingly Athiya step forward towards Sooraj, rather than going back home & convinced Sooraj to surrender & undoubtedly he agreed. But the question arises, will Athiya’s father woun’t oppose the relationship ?  Will Sooraj be convicted for Kidnapping ? Will Athiya & Sooraj spend their life together or will depart ?

Find out the answers in your nearest theater, released world wide on 11th of September, 2015.


Movie: Hero

Starring: Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty

Director: Nikhil Advani

Genre: Romantic-Action

Rating: 3/5


Watch Hero trailer