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Hero Movie Review: First Half Sizzles, Sets Stage for Hit Film of the Week

Backed by Salman Khan who turned producer for the film ‘Hero’ and stood by Sooraj Pancholi throughout his ordeal last year over Jiah Khan’s death, the film is holding its first day-first show today.

Since it was a safe bet with re-make of 1983 film ‘Hero’, which had introduced Jackie Shroff picked up from Mumbai beach to play for the first time a villain-cum-hero role, setting a new trend.

Jackie Shroff’s ‘Hero’ was a big hit and also changed the mindset of audience that the hero of a film should always be good. Many films followed suit in similar spirit and Shahrukh Khan too portrayed in negative roles to become what he is known today.

For Sooraj Pancholi, it was a fight with reality and reel character. In reality, he was known to as Jian Khan’s boyfriend and her suicide had put him in negative perception in the public eye. With his film, he may get a chance to change that perception but gong by his humility and knack, he may score better, if not superb at changing the public perception.

Since the story is alrady well-known as a police officer’s daughter was kidnapped by hero and his gang and she falls in love with him over period, which was called ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ in psychology.

Stockholm syndrome, or capture-bonding, is a psychological situation in which hostages express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings toward their captors, sometimes to the point of defending and identifying with the captors. Though irrational, these feelings are expression of gratitude to their captors for not killing them or abusing them. The US investigative agency FBI records show that roughly 8 percent of victims show evidence of Stockholm syndrome.

There were numerous such films in the past, but new film “Hero” shows for the first time how a heroine changes her attitude and in turn, it is hoped that public perception of Sooraj Pancholi may also change.
Moreover, son of Zarina Wahab and Aditya Pancholi cannot be expected to bow down to mere public perception but to fight back and here is what Hero-2 will showcase today.

Early tweets about the film as of its interval time, had been quite good with selfie-loving heroine walking into the trap of business-like gang leader who looks tough but ordinary without viallainy-cut on his face.

Early part portrayal of Ladakh with Buddhist monks keeps the film trendy and Athiya Shetty’s role seems to have clinched the mood for the film’s climax.

Backed by Salman Khan who turned producer for the film ‘Hero’ and stood by Sooraj Pancholi throughout his ordeal last year over Jiah Khan’s death.

Since it was a safe bet with re-make of 1983 film ‘Hero’, which had introduced Jackie Shroff picked up from Mumbai beach to play for the first time a villain-cum-hero role, setting a new trend.

Jackie Shroff’s ‘Hero’ was a big hit and also changed the mindset of audience that the hero of a film should always be good. Many films followed suit in similar spirit and Shahrukh Khan too portrayed in negative roles to become what he is known today.

For Sooraj Pancholi, it was a fight with reality and reel character. In reality, he was known to as Jian Khan’s boyfriend and her suicide had put him in negative perception in the public eye. With his film, he may get a chance to change that perception but gong by his humility and knack, he may score better, if not superb at changing the public perception.

Since the story is alrady well-known as a police officer’s daughter was kidnapped by hero and his gang and she falls in love with him over period, which was called ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ in psychology.

Stockholm syndrome, or capture-bonding, is a psychological situation in which hostages express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings toward their captors, sometimes to the point of defending and identifying with the captors. Though irrational, these feelings are expression of gratitude to their captors for not killing them or abusing them. The US investigative agency FBI records show that roughly 8 percent of victims show evidence of Stockholm syndrome.

There were numerous such films in the past, but new film “Hero” shows for the first time how a heroine changes her attitude and in turn, it is hoped that public perception of Sooraj Pancholi may also change.
Moreover, son of Zarina Wahab and Aditya Pancholi cannot be expected to bow down to mere public perception but to fight back and here is what Hero-2 will showcase today.

Early tweets about the film as of its interval time, had been quite good with selfie-loving heroine walking into the trap of business-like gang leader who looks tough but ordinary without viallainy-cut on his face.

Early part portrayal of Ladakh with Buddhist monks keeps the film trendy and Athiya Shetty’s role seems to have clinched the mood for the film’s climax.

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