Helmed by choreographer-turned-filmmaker Ahmed Khan, who has successfully took the movie to a whole new level from the previous one. The film has an international vibe with massive sets, impressive locations and stellar music, which is composed by AR Rahman.
An ambitious hacker, Tiger Shroff as Babloo Ranawat, doesn’t really care much about consequences when he tricks people online with his digital scams and finds himself romancing the Tara (Inaaya), who happens to be sister of international digital fraudster Laila (Nawazuddin).
Laila is a genius, who develops an app (Pulse), which steals users bank-details but he needs someone who can help him pull-off biggest heist in the history. Babloo comes in handy, the duo quickly comes to an understanding that dating Inaaya comes with certain condition, work for Laila and help him pull-off the heist with his app on 31st March, financial year closing, when everyone has bank accounts loaded with cash.
Everything was going as planned, until Babloo finds himself developing a conscious as he encounter a helpless victim of his own crime, Amrita Singh. She quickly takes to Babloo and the duo develop this mother-son bond, which leads to Laila trying to kill Babloo and he swears to redeem himself and eventually puts everyone behind bars.
With an impressive ensemble cast, decent budget and amazing performance, the film holds your attention and subtly address the issue of digital fraud. Though the whole thing is elaborately set but the addressing of the issue subtle.
Tiger Shroff and Nawazuddin Siddiqui holds the film on their shoulder and delivers superbly.
Bollywood is known for making heist movies but never before anyone has attempted to make a smart digital heist action drama of this mammoth proportion. Apart from certain loopholes, the film is rock-solid family entertainer!
Bankrolled by Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, the film is written by Rajat Arora.
Rating: 4 of 5 Star