On Friday, October 20, 2023, three movies were released. One of which was Tiger Shroff, Kriti Sanon starrer Ganapath: A Hero is Born. The dystopian sports action thriller also features the legendary Amitabh Bachchan in a significant role and is helmed by director Vikas Bahl.
The trailer of the film was received well by the fans and critics, and is touted as the "greatest action movie of Bollywood."
Needless to say, Tiger Shroff's high-octane action scenes and his on-screen chemistry with Kriti Sanon were loved by movie-goers.
The ones who watched the film have taken to social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram and Reddit and shared their reviews. The film has garnered a mixed response from movie-goers.
Some liked Tiger's stunts and his action avatar, while others were left unimpressed with Tiger's same old expressionless acting and lacklustre storytelling.
#Ganpath story is going nowhere. Tiger is dancing again with some dystopian dudes. Stock footage of UFC arena comes randomly on screen.— Vishal (@vishalandcinema) October 20, 2023
Oh wait…….!!!! Here comes Tiger again with abs and slo-mo fight scenes.
My mental health is taking a toll. pic.twitter.com/0dMYqkFshE
Tiger Shroff should really change his appearance in different films. He looks completely the same in all films & is also presented in a boringly similar manner.— Navneet Mundhra (@navneet_mundhra) October 19, 2023
You don't need to change "action hero" image but please.. change looks & appearance at least.#TigerShroff #Ganpath
A netizen wrote, "#Ganapath Blockbuster Performance #TigerShroff #KritiSanon Action sequence, Tiger Comic Timing , specially Ladakh fight scene is blow your Mind."
Another mentioned, "#Ganapath rise of the Hero Bhai (firecracker emoji)."
The third one averred, "Tiger Shroff should do something new now. You will find the film very burdensome. As soon as you see Tiger Shroff on the film screen, you will feel that you are watching the 20th part of Baaghi/Heropanti. overall pathetic."
Talking about Kriti Sanon and Tiger Shroff's bond, the filmmaker told Hindustan Times, "Their bonding can't go away, right? They started their career together and look at where they are today. It's fab. It was wonderful to see them come together. I was amazed by the sincerity the two have towards their craft. They were so excited to come back together after so many years. There's a very beautiful sense of responsibility when two people enter the industry as kids and nine years later, they come back together to give something more. Because there's more at stake too. People are expecting something magical."
Bankrolled by Good Co along with Jackky Bhagnani, Deepshikha Deshmukh, and Vashu Bhagnani under Pooja Entertainment, Ganapath is said to be made on a whopping budget of Rs 200 crore.