Review : Dhadak - Highlight Hard-Hitting Social reality But Fails to Over Shadow Sairat

Name of Movie Dhadak
Critics Rating ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Director Shashank Khaitan
Star cast Janhvi Kapoor, Ishaan Khattar, Ashutosh Rana, Aditya Kumar
Genre Drama/Romance
Duration 2 hours 18 Minutes
Date Released 20 July 2018

PLOT- Madhukar (Ishaan) and Parthavi (Janhvi) fall insanely in love with each other, just like every normative story. the major fact of caste indifference and orthodox society plays the role of hinderance in their romance. The young blood dares to go against social norms and battle all odds for the sake of love. thus an ultimately win of love over evils.

REVIEW-  Dhadak, the remake of Marathi Hit Sairat(2016) is set on the land of astonishing lakes and rich royal heritage of Udaipur in Rajasthan. Dhadak showcases the story of a young teen couple who choose to fall head over heels to each other.

Parthavi, a daughter of rich hotelier lessor and ruling party politician Ratan Singh (Ashutosh Rana), debris to consent by social bonds. She is a tenacious passionate girl definitely reminiscent of riotous and not subtle. Out of Family continues family pressure she gibe and challenges Madhukar’s masculinity vigour and thus the lower caste boy decides to take a dreadful path with ends them in a problematic path. You May Also Read- Dhadak Box Office Prediction Hit Or Flop The story is not something can be addressed refreshing based on the same set-up of typical Bollywood caste indifference. We have been watching such movies since the foundation of love based themes evoke in Hindi Cinema. The big difference there behind the Sairat linked complementary and Dhadak didn't because the movie lacks original theme and becomes a just not Karan Johar like any other glamours movie instant. Director Shashank needs to know the real difference between what you see and how it should feel. Sairat is a beautiful film and focuses on the main vital symbolism and unfaced never mind the pretentious tone. Dhadak unmasked the so-called religious libraries whose real identity  is defined by caste and the fictitious status in the society Dhadak is a misguided takeover of a successful storyline which left the filmmakers in the stake of outright mauling. A chaotic screenplay, bland storyline and bumpy lead performances leave the glamorous Dharma Production without a proper credible heartbeat. Coming to the performances of Debutants, Ishaan ’s power pack personality has the right energy and zest of a newcomer. He manages to keep the confidence intact for his second release. He stands perfectly when it comes to dramatic scenes and his charming puppy eyes kept the innocence of this love story alive. Janhvi looks radiant and appealing, her untouched innocence makes you believe in the love story she wants to tells you. Well, goes over the board a little in comparison to her co-star, especially in dramatic scenes that demand a strong headed performance. Need to fill the rough gaps but indeed a great start. Reason to Watch- If you love the teen movies which makes go over the board. There's also a hard-hitting climax and the build-up to it has conscious tension. With all its strengths and weaknesses, Dhadak attempts to highlight some shocking truths about our society and a worthy watch. Music of the film is soothing to hear and the Debutants shines out in there designed roles. You may also like:- Bollywood Movies 2019 Upcoming Movies List Box office collection Superhit Movies List Top 10 Highest Grossing Movies 100 Crore Club