Main Tera Hero

main-tera-hero-movie-reviewWell there is no real story or sense in the movie Main Tera Hero, but sincerely I loved the energy of Varun Dhawan and the guy literally takes the movie single handedly to a watchable level.  Main Tera Hero is just a bunch of witty dialogues and performances from the veterans and Varun. Beyond that it doesn’t create any positive vibe on you.

The story revolves around this macho menace Seenu. He is a nightmare for his neighbourhood and after facing so much criticism about his attitude, Seenu decides to go to Bangalore to complete his degree. There he falls in love with a girl who was in a forced up relationship with a police officer. How Seenu manages to win the heart of the girl despite this big obstruction and also how he handles the entry of the second girl which totally changes his life plan is what Main Tera Hero talking (or joking) about.

Bollywood has been under the influence of certain tamil telugu masala films for a while and Main Tera Hero also takes the influence from there but Dhawan hasn’t forgot to mix his usual style comedy into it. But sadly the mix of it becomes half boiled. The eccentric characterization, filmy logic, Priyadarshan style confusions, goofy characters everywhere are what awaits you in Main Tera Hero. There is this skit fun feel in every sequence where you have rhyming dialogues (similar to Golmaal series), character quirks and a pretty and acrobatic hero who is really charming. Songs are popping out without much sense and the characters are becoming goofier after each scene.

On screen Varun Dhawan did a really impressive show and the guy delivered the character with all the charisma he could. He was agile, acrobatic, witty and cool. Ileana D’Cruz was okay as Sunaina. Nargis Fakhri and Evelyn Sharma were in a competition to act miserably. Anupam Kher and Saurabh Shukla were impressive. Arunoday Singh was too versatile that his attempts to be versatile would make you laugh. Rajpal Yadhav did his part nicely.

David Dhawan follows his typical style in mixing heroism and humor. It’s the story that floats like a balloon makes the movie a non sense. The plot elements are silly and the twists in the tale are too much to accommodate. As I said earlier, the dialogues are funny. Cinematography is okay and there are a lot of aerial shots taken using low quality cam. Music is fine for the mood of the movie. Too much of brand endorsement through dialogues and visuals are sure to bore you.

So overall it’s a Varun Dhawan show without much sense and flesh. My rating is 2/5 for the Dhawan family’s Main Tera Hero. Varun Dhawan deserves applauds but the film doesn’t.


Final Thoughts


Green: Recommended Content

Orange: The In-Between Ones

Red: Not Recommended


By Aswin Bharadwaj

Founder and editor of Lensmen Reviews.

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