Dhadak Full Movie is a Story of Parthavi (Janhvi Kapoor), daughter of hotelier and political strongman Ratan Singh (Ashutosh Rana), who refuses to abide by these rules. She is strong-willed, evocatively boisterous, and not subtle. In true ‘90s style, she challenges Madhukar’s (Ishaan Khatter) masculinity, and the lower caste boy decides to tread a difficult path.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director: Shashank Khaitan
Actors: Aditya Kumar, Aishwarya Narkar, Ashutosh Rana, Ishaan Khattar, Jhanvi Kapoor, Kharaj Mukherjee,
Duration: 138 min
Madhukar and Parthavi fall in love with each other, but they belong to different classes of society, which becomes an obstacle to romance. Lovers dare to go against societal norms and fight against all odds for love.
Udaipur in Rajasthan serves as a battlefield in Dadak, the new version of The Marathi that hit Sayrat (2016). Under its glittering legacy, hotels exude a free population in love, at least not beyond the boundaries established generations ago.
The high domes of ancient palaces and deep lakes are only a façade to hide the true identity of their class-defined people.
Praise should be given to Ishaan, who seems to be enjoying the situation. He displays a wide range of emotions, but the lack of depth in the narrative holds him back.
Janhvi’s character, on the other hand, is not entirely feminist, but there is still a vision of tingling of rebellion. They are best in scenes with typical Bollywood arcs such as song sequence building or hero dialogues.
However, it fails whenever it comes to carrying out the pain caused by personal experiences.
What hampers Dhadak the most is the pressure to look striking. It becomes funny when Ishaan and Janhvi are expect to lead a tough, middle-class life in Kolkata.
There are good melodies between them, but they do not serve the purpose because Dhadak, in general, barely travels the obvious. With a duration of 137 minutes, it’s not as strong as the original, but it can be a good hour for the audience looking for decent new faces.
DHADAK is the level of two young souls who tumble in love against the restrictions of caste hierarchy. Madhukar Bagla (Ishaan Khatter) belongs to a lower caste in Udaipur, Rajasthan. He’s smitten by Parthiv Singh (Janhvi Kapoor), the daughter of the high-caste politician Ratan Singh (Ashutosh Rana). Parthiv has an intimidating personality, but that doesn’t stop Madhukar from making her known that he has feelings for her. Parthiv gets impress by Madhukar’s bravado and love blossoms between the two. Trouble arises when Parthvi’s brother Godaan Kumar (Roop Kumar), Ratan Singh, catches Parthvi and Madhukar together. Madhukar and his friends Shridhar Watsar (Purshottam) and Gokul (Ankit Bisht) are taken into police