Student of the Year 2 which has Tiger Shroff and debutant Tara Sutaria and Ananya Pandey in lead roles, goes through a tough time and fails to do good in Box office collection. The second week of the film release was suffered a lot as it witnessed a huge drop in the box office collection. The college drama had a pretty good start with Rs. 12.06 crore but presently it is losing at the cinema halls. The film had failed miserably in impressing the critics or the audiences. Most of the criticisms were placed on Tiger Shroff’s acting, plot clichés and the treatment of female characters.
Despite receiving mixed reviews from all around, the film finally geared up a little and managed to cross over Rs 50 crore. But De De Pyaar De had already crossed the 50 crore mark from the box office collection. The total amount stands at about 64.52. The debut for the girls, Ananya Pandey and Tara Sutaria were reasonably successful but as compared to Tiger’s stardom the film underperformed.
The film Student of The Year 2 is a sequel to Student of The Year. It gives us a story of a college student who tries to overcome her own personal challenges. Tiger Shroff plays the role Rohan Sachdeva who enters the prestigious St, Teresa’s college leaving behind the ‘middle-class Pishorimal College just to find in search of his high school sweetheart, Mridula Chawla. The highlight points in the film are the good music, Ananya Pandey’s acting, and the breezy vibe.
Ananya Pandey had literally stolen the show as Shrey in the film with her impeccable acting skills. After Student of the Year in 2012, the sequel Student of The Year 2 had come out 7 years later. The film had already turned out to be a summer hit. The Student of The Year 2 had turned out to be more popular in metros than in small towns. According to BollywoodLife’s review “The actors power the film, which is extremely frothy and superficial. Tiger Shroff is earnest and his comic scene with Gul Panag is a laugh riot. You will see a new side of Tiger that is quite refreshing. Tara Sutaria is gorgeous and expressive. Coming to Ananya Panday, she has some of the best punchlines in the film and displays a comic flair that would make dad Chunky Panday proud. Aditya Seal pulls off his role as the egoistic, condescending and aggressive Manav effortlessly. He is a sheer joy to watch.”