Salman Khan’s production film ‘Hero‘ starring Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty is nearing to its release in theaters on September 11, 2015. The entire Hero team has geared up with the final promotions of the film in Mumbai.
Everyone is quite excited to watch the film, which is the remake of Subash Ghai’s 1983 film ‘Hero’ of the same name. But before the release of the film, Salman Khan’s now very good friend and director Karan Johar has already watched the film, and surely has something to say about it.
Karan Johar who is currently in London for the shooting of his next film ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil‘ took to his twitter handle, insisting fans to go and watch Sooraj and Athiya’s Hero.
He tweeted, “#HERO is a super retro throwback to the quintessential Hindi film that all of us have loved and continue to love!!! Enjoyed it thoroughly!!”
Going ahead, Karan Johar also tweeted by requesting people to watch the film this weekend. He tweeted, “#HERO releases on the 11th of September!! Go make it your weekend blast!! @amarbutala @BeingSalmanKhan”
Recently, during the promotions of the film in Mumbai, Hero producer Salman Khan and director Nikhil Advani was asked about their thoughts on Karan Johar’s reaction for ‘Hero‘. To which Salman Khan first replied in his humorous way. He said, “Just tell Karan to make his tweets simple and in Hindi.”
The actor chose to speak on Karan Johar’s tweet writing and not on the director’s review for his production film Hero. Well, that’s not a strange thing coming from Salman!
Director Nikhil Advani also took the opportunity to reveal that ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan‘ actor is soon going to watch the film. He said, “Salman Khan has seen the cut of the film, he has not seen the copy which he will see day after tomorrow.”
Reacting on Karan Johar’s tweet he said, “I spoke to Karan Johar he had very good things to say about the film. He saw it last night and couldn’t believe the performance given by Sooraj and Athiya. The exact word he said was breezer and that both the actors have done a great job and doesn’t look like their first film.”