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(13714) 2.4 146 min 2019

Student of the Year 2 is a movie starring Tiger Shroff, Ananya Panday, and Tara Sutaria. A student must face off against bullies and overcome hurdles, both academic and romantic, to win his college's coveted Student of the Year...

Starring
Tara Sutaria, Aditya Seal, Tiger Shroff, Ananya Panday
Genres
Drama, Sport, Romance
Director
Punit Malhotra

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Sport, Romance
Director Punit Malhotra
Writer Paulomi Dutta, Karan Johar, Arshad Sayed
Stars Tara Sutaria, Aditya Seal, Tiger Shroff, Ananya Panday
Country India
Also Known As SOTY 2
Runtime 2H 26M
Description A student must face off against bullies and overcome hurdles, both academic and romantic, to win his college's coveted Student of the Year trophy.

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Wednesday, 13 May 2020 22:39

I will be the first to admit that I was not really sure what to expect from the second installment of the "Award Winning" A-Team, "Award Winning Athletes." This was my second viewing of the movie after seeing the first one, and I have to say that I was quite surprised by the final product. The film is not just a drama, but a biography of the life of the leading sports figure, Chuck Hamer (Tom Hanks), and the events that shaped his life and career. The movie is told from the point of view of Hamer's wife, Susan (Kate Hudson), and the people closest to him, his mother (Alicia Witt), and his sister, Judy (Laurie Metcalf). Susan is the first to come to mind when I think of Hamer, but I think Judy is the more important character. Judy, who was not born in the United States, was an international star who had to adjust to American society at a time when it was not so much the norm. Judy and Hamer's relationship was the glue that held together this film. Judy's story is told from a very personal point of view. She was the first to tell her story, and she was not at all comfortable with the situation. I also liked the fact that the story was told from the perspective of the athletes, which makes the story more meaningful. The actors do a great job with their characters. Tom Hanks is believable in his role of Chuck Hamer, and Alicia Witt is as strong as ever. I think the performances of Alicia Witt and Tom Hanks are the best of the year, and it's no wonder that Hanks won the Oscar for Best Actor. The screenplay was also a strong point of the film. The story moves along at a great pace, and the screenplay kept the viewer engaged with the twists and turns of the story. The cinematography was great, with a great use of color, and a great use of camera movement. The editing was excellent, and the final edit was very well done. Overall, I think this is a great film, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good, emotional drama.


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