Heroes (2008)

Sameer Karnik
Bharat Shah, Sameer Karnik, Vikas Kapoor
Sameer Karnik, Aseem Arora
Monty Sharma, Sajid-Wajid
Jalees Sherwani, Rahul Seth
Oct 24, 2008

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About Movie

Heroes is the film directed by Samir Karnik. The film has a very good starcast. Heroes is not a film like Border & LOC. This is neither a war film nor an anti-Pakistan film. It shows only the love for nation.

The film is about journey of two boys and the three letters they've to deliver to the families of the deceased. The film actually speaks when they begin their journey, with three, three-year-old letters. Through the letters, they learn of the personalities of the three jawans who lost their lives fighting for the country and the views of their families.

The film goes inclusive of three different chapters as young lads meet three families pitiably bounced with demise of their beloved ones in war. First, they meet a widow (Preity Zinta) in deep village of Punjab, who lost her husband Balkar Singh (Salman Khan) during war. The flashback reveals a beautiful love story between both of them and the pain possessed by her.

Next person they meet is a disenabled ex-air force officer Vikram Shergill (Sunny Deol) in Himachal who is boozed up all the time. He narrates the life of his brother Dhananjay (Bobby Deol) and his death in war. An attribute that gets you more adhered is about brotherly bonding between them. Well, that's not an end; you have lots and lots that'll get you enthralled with this chapter.

Finally, the letter is delivered to a despaired father (Mithun Chakraborty) who has lost his son Sahil Nagvi (Dino Morea) in the war. Over here, there's something a bit missing that lets us down. Nevertheless, the emotional quotients diminish those factors keeping the pace moderately gripped up.

Salman Khan is impressive in his Sardar get up. His performance is just awesome. Sunny Deol gives off a powerful performance. Well Bobby carries off the same credits and it would have been nice if his portion was elongated. Preity Zinta is too good. Dino Morea and Vatsal Seth don't exceed your expectations and their performance is simply mediocre. Amrita Arora and Ria Sen have nothing more to perform before the lens.

On the whole Heroes is a great emotional film with a good starcast and an impressive story. This is a film that'll get your senses brimmed up emotionally and sure to be liked by all.