'Student Of The Year 2' Trailer Out: With A Similar Storyline And Over-dramatic Scenes, Will Principal Karan Johar's Latest Graduating Batch Pass The Test? Watch Here

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The trailer of  Karan Johar's much-anticipated film, 'Student of the Year 2', introducing two debutantes Tara Sutaria and Ananya Panday is finally out!

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

The trailer of  Karan Johar's much-anticipated film, 'Student of the Year 2', introducing two debutantes Tara Sutaria and Ananya Panday is finally out! Looking at the trailer, one can say that the competition to become 'Student of The Year' is much fiercer, but in a nutshell, the film comes with the same storyline, over-dramatic scenes, which also make us feel that the film lacks a certain punch. 

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The trailer shows the debutantes fighting for their love towards Tiger Shroff, while he is really motivated towards earning the trophy for 'Student of the Year',  In between, there is heartbreak, fights and expulsion to deal with so will Principal Karan Johar's latest graduating batch pass the test? Watch below- 

'Student Of The Year 2' helmed by Punit Malhotra is expected to rake in great numbers at the box office. The film has created enough hype before its release. However, after the trailer dropped seems like it failed to strike a chord with the audience and many felt that the same story was 'repeated' with a 'bunch of star kids'. 

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One user thought that the film was an exact replica of Ekta Kapoor's 'Punchhbeat'. 

Read some of the reactions below: 

 

 

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