Cast: Jhanvi Kapoor, Ishaan Khattar, Ashutosh Rana, Ankit Bisht, Aditya Kumar, Aishwarya Sarkar, Kharaj Mukherjee, etc..,
Cinematography: Vishnu Rao
Producers: Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta
Story, Screenplay, Direction: Shashank Khaitan.
Despite the region and language, all the movie lovers across the Nation are waiting for the flick Dhadak as the Evergreen actress Sridevi’s elder daughter Jhanvi is debuting through this movie. The demise of Sridevi left her fans in vain and they are going to watch their dream girl in her daughter Jhanvi Kapoor. As she has handpicked the subject of Dhadak, expectations soared to Sky. Adding more buzz, Dhadak is the official Hindi remake of blockbuster Marathi flick Sairat. Will Dhadak repeat the magic of Sairat in Hindi? Will Jhanvi appear on par to her mother Sridevi in acting and glamour? One has to read the review of this flick to know the answers.
Love stories in which hero and heroine belong to different castes and sometimes religions are pretty common in Indian Cinema. This genre became a success mantra over the years as flicks like Mumbai belongs to this genre. Dhadak falls into the same category.
Going into the story, Parthavi ( Jhanvi) is the daughter of local leader cum rich person in the Rajasthan. She always opposes her father’s pride and the rule he follows of not letting lower caste people into his come as she sees all people the same. In this regard, Madhukar ( Ishaan ) sees Pardhavi and falls in love with the very first sight without knowing her details.
However, he fails to propose his love as he is a coward whereas Jhanvi being a daring woman proposes her love to him. As usual, Pardhavi’s father comes to know about her love affair. The rest of the story revolves around how her father troubled the couple and did they finally became one or not.
As stated earlier, love between two people who belongs to two different caste levels is not a new story. For the movie lovers who watched Sairat would find nothing new in Dhadak other than the lead cast and crew. Maximum scenes were taken and remade from Sairat but only the dialogues differ from the original one. But the director Shashank’s narration and screenplay took the movie from boring level to entertaining level as he brilliantly interlaced sensitive love story with violent villains which eventually made the flick quite entertaining.
Hero Ishant showcased commendable performance and looks refreshing. The most celebrated debutant Jhanvi too stole some limelight by her subtle expressions and acting skills. Being her debuting flick, her innocence attracts many young fans. Her expressive eyes elevated her acting skills. Music and Production values are good. Overall, this flick would do only good to Jhanvi.
Telugu Bullet Punch Line: Dhadak…A memorable love story
Telugu Bullet Rating: 3/5