Student of The Year 2, co-starring Ananya Panday, Tara Sutaria and Tiger Shroff in lead roles, is finally hitting the screens today. The film, which marks a sequel to the 2012-release Student of The Year has been directed by Punit Malhotra. While the prequel was directed by Karan Johar and marked as a launchpad for Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra, SOTY 2 marks the big screen debut of both Ananya and Tara.
Whether its the glamorous outfits or scenic locales or its peppy tracks, the film has garnered attention for more reasons than one.
Tiger Shroff is working with Dharma Productions for the first time.
While Ananya is actor Chunkey Panday’s daughter, we have seen Tara as a child artist in Disney India’s Big Bada Boom and sitcoms The Suite Life of Karan & Kabir and Oye Jassie. And giving company to these two girls is Tiger, who is working in a Dharma Productions’ film for the first time.Sharing his experience of working in Student of the Year 2, Tiger had said, “I am very glad that I got a chance to work on Student of Year 2. It has been a different world for me altogether. It is a very different character too. I am not Superman. You punch me and I bleed. It is not like I am indestructible. It was a great film to work on and I would like to thank Karan (Johar) sir and Punit (Malhotra) sir for holding my hand through every scene. I would say it was a breather. A light and fun experience.”
Ananya Panday, daughter of Bhavana and Chunky Panday, defended her casting in the film saying that she hopes people will watch the film and then make judgement. “I am 20 and this was my dream all my life. So, it’s not fair for people to say that I am not allowed to have a dream because I belong from a certain family. I hope people watch the film and then make judgement”
The film’s second debutante, Tara Sutaria, said she never thought she will work into Bollywood ever. “I always knew that I will be a singer, a performer. I never thought that I will be in Bollywood for sure”
Here are the trailer link and the songs link.