Main Tera Hero Cast & Crew:
BannerBalaji Motion Pictures
Release Date04 Apr 2014
GenreRomantic - Comedy
Star CastVarun Dhawan, Ileana DCruz, Nargis Fakhri, Abhimanyu Shekhar Singh, Evelyn Sharma
ChoreographerRemo DSouza, Bosco Martis, Ceasar Gonsalves
Publicity DesignsHimanshu Nanda, Rahul Nanda
Music DirectorSajid, Wajid
CinematographySanjay F Gupta
SoundParikshit Lalwani, Kunal Mehta
Production DesignersSukant Panigrahy
Main Tera Hero is an upcoming Hindi romantic action-comedy film, directed by David Dhawan. The film stars Varun Dhawan, Ileana D'Cruz and Nargis Fakhri in the lead roles. The film is expected to release on 4 April 2014. It is the remake of Telugu movie Kandireega. The Official trailer of the film was released online on 23 January 2014 with presence of the cast
Verdict : Main Tera Hero is a true David Dhawan style Masala Film. it is a must watch for cinegoers who want just entertainment, entertainment and entertainment ! ______________________________________________________________
The king of comedy, David Dhawan is back after after a log gap with Main Tera Hero. Starring his son, and new age sensation Varun Dhawan, this film also stars Nargis Fakhri and Ileana D’Cruz in other lead roles. In Main Tera Hero, David uses a tried and tested formula but has given a new dimension to it, which is lot more energetic and has many such comic punches which will be pretty popular among the masses. He has been ably supported by a good screenplay and some terrific one-liners. This movie will not be an extraordinary cult classic comedy, but will give you wholesome entertainment. After a huge round of promotions, this film has finally hit the screens today.
The story revolves around Sreenath Prasad aka Seenu (Vaun Dhawan) the most notorious boy in Ooty. He drops out from his college in Ooty in order to pursue education in a Bangalore college. Here he falls in love with Sunaina (Ileana D’ Cruz). But Sunaina is forced to marry Angad(Arunoday Singh), a local police officer, who is more of a terrorising gangster.
Seenu also has another die-hard lover in the form of Ayesha (Nargis Fakhri), of whom he is unaware till the first half. He had once saved her friends from some goons by bashing the pulp out of them and Ayesha instantly knew that he was the perfect man for her. Ayesha’s father (Anupam Kher) is a big gangster and kidnaps Sunaina to get hold of Seenu and compel him to marry his daughter. Now how Seenu gets screwed up in this love triangle, and how he uses his mind and muscle to strike back and come out victorious, is the basis of the film.
Give your brain some rest, and do not try to find logic in this one, as there is none. But then again that is the best part about the film. David Dhawan makes sure that the viewers have helluva time by making a movie which is a laugh riot right from the word go.
Speaking of performances, an amalgamation of Govinda and Salman Khan is here and he’s called Varun Dhawan. The actor is at his best and steals the show every time he walks on screen. He even manages to sideline the hotness, Nargis Fakhri.
Ileana D’Cruz gives a decent performance while Nargis Fakhri does the task she had been allotted to do, adding glamour quotient to the film.
Arunoday Singh has proven his acting worth in his earlier movies, and this one is a feature in his cap. Saurabh Shukla shows off his hilarious side. After a very long time, Rajpal Yadav is seen doing what he does best, tickling people’s funny bones.
Rest of the cast is equally good. Another good part about the film is the usage of Salman Khan’s voice, which Varun communicates with, in the form of God.
Forget finding something fresh and new in the movie, as its all a typical David Dhawan style film. Most of the scenes and even dance steps are taken from Dhawan’s old Govinda and Salman flicks.
Some of the scenes are not connected, while a few doesn’t make sense at all. Ileana looks OK, but Nargis’ entry makes her take the side-track. She is a misfit as she neither looks good with Varun nor Arunoday.
Another negative point of the movie is its end part, which becomes a little tedious.
Being a David Dhawan movie, Main Tera Hero is high on technicality. David clearly knows how to keep his viewers glued to their seats and he does just that.
All the songs of the movie remain in their minds for a long time even after the film gets over. Each song is excellent, and is placed aptly in the screenplay.
The movie is fast-paced, which is the best part about it. The viewers don’t get time to be bored and they easily stay involved in every scene. Cinematography is top-class and editing is extremely sharp. The production value is high and the locations are amazing.