“When two worlds collide; they become one.” Set in the picturesque city of Udaipur, Dhadak is the story of Madhukar and Parthavi. From the moment they set eyes on each other; Madhukar and Parthavi felt something familiar, something pure, but as their love blossomed, so did their problems. Torn between society and their families, their fate became uncertain. Dhadak is a simple, passionate story about first love.
What’s Good –
The cinematography of Udaipur Kolkatta and lil part of Mumbai is done with sheer talent.
Actor Ishan Khatter is a star in the making and needs no grooming or improvement in his acting skills he is just simply fantastic. The music by Ajay Atul is fantastic and Humm worthy.
What’s Bad –
The movie was always touted as a remake of Marathi blockbuster ‘Sairaat’ thus the comparisons are inevitable Inspite of the film makers giving this movie a different setting and some differences in the storyline too. Seen independently Dhadak is a good movie but it can’t hold a candle to ‘Sairaat’ if compared. Jhanvi Kapoor has inherited her mother’s drop dead gorgeous looks and is very beautiful, yet she hasn’t inherited any acting prowess and is completely stone faced throughout and needs a lot of hardwork in acting skills.
My Verdict –
A pure and simple youth romance with a social message.
My Rating – 3.5 of 5 stars