Winning the label of Student of the Year even before the release of the film, Tiger Shroff as Rohan has captivated the interests of the audience with his underdog character. The highly-anticipated follow-up to the 2012 film stars Tiger Shroff alongside newcomers Tara Sutaria and Ananya Panday. It was so much fun. Have you checked out SOTY 2 trailer? "I love competition", she said. It is very motivating to have new people.
"Whether he will be a part of the film or not, that's a question I will leave unanswered till you see the film", added Karan. A story remains the same at the core of it, as Tiger fights on to become the student of the year, while he also deals with two girls falling for him at the same time. "Let's talk about work".
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While Johar's new batch of "students" looks more than flawless with their six-pack abs, exquisite dance sequences, mind-boggling stunts and a swanky millennial wardrobe, a section of social media are accusing Student Of The Year 2 of making fun of the Indian education system.
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"Fortunately, I know Will Smith for a few years now, and when his team got in touch with us, we were shooting for 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani'. Karan said that just like the prequel featured a recreated version of 'Disco Deewane', he wanted to "repeat the retro feeling" in Student of the Year 2".