Student of the Year 2: Ananya Panday, Tara Sutaria and Tiger Shroff are all smiles at the screening, see pics
Actors Ananya Panday, Tara Sutaria and Tiger Shroff, alongwith Jackie Shroff, Ayesha Shroff and Hiroo Johar attended the screening of the Student of the Year 2 in Mumbai. See pics.Updated: May 08, 2019 11:08 IST
Karan Johar’s new production venture Student of the Year 2, starring newcomers Ananya Panday and Tara Sutaria, and actor Tiger Shroff, is all set to release this week. Before that, the makers held a screening of the film, attended by film’s cast and their families. In the pictures, Ananya and Tara are seen happily posing for the cameras.
Tiger’s parents, actor Jackie Shroff and mother Ayesha, Karan’s mother Hiroo Johar and director Puneet Malhotra were also spotted. The film’s trailer and its various songs have already created quite a buzz around the film. Songs like The Jaawani Song, Mumbai Dilli Di Kudiyaan, Hook Up song (which features Alia Bhatt in a special appearance) and Fakira have been well received. The trailer, however, did get trolled for its larger-than-life portrayal of school life.
Ayesha Shroff at SOTY 2 screening in Mumbai.
Tiger Shroff arrives for the screening.
Ananya shows off her T-shirt to Tiger.
Ananya and Tiger pose with actor Jackie Shroff at the screening.
Ananya Panday strikes a pose at the screening.
Tiger Shroff with dad Jackie.
Ananya Panday poses with a friend.
Tara Sutaria with a friend.
Karan Johar’s mother Hiroo at the screening.
Director Puneet Malhotra at the screening.
Tara poses for the camera at the screening.
As a run-up to their big screen debut, actors Ananya and Tara have been appearing on the covers of a number of glossy magazines, including Hello, Elle and Brides Today. The last one also featured Tiger.
Tiger plays a character called Rohan, a regular college boy who is also a kabaddi player in Student of the Year 2. He has said that the film has “humanised” him. “This is the most different film I’ve ever done till date. It’s a different world, it’s a different me. Working on this one was like being stripped off of my powers. So, if someone will punch me, I’ll bleed. “I like the fact that the film has humanised me. He’s a normal college going boy, he is not a one-man army. He’s not someone who is fighting for the nation or saving someone. He is sort of saving himself. It was refreshing,” Tiger told PTI in an interview.
(All pictures by Varinder Chawla)
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