TRUE REVIEW -SAIRAT
It is adapted from Sairat in Hindi but still holds its fort throughout, it’s so similar it’s different! Ishaan Khatter will do nothing but rise from hereon, Janhvi packs a delightful surprise.
The disadvantage of comparison with Sairat! If you can just forget that movie for couple of hours then you’re in for a treat OR if you haven’t seen Sairat yet then don’t even wait till the Watch or Not section.
Only if the restroom in your theater has a screen so you wouldn’t have to miss any scene, so technically – no.
If you’ve watched Sairat, go and watch for some additional comical moments, heart-touching drama and honest performances; if you haven’t, I told you don’t even wait for this section.
Dhadak, remake of 2016’s Marathi blockbuster Sairat, is a love story of Parthavi (Janhvi Kapoor) and Madhukar (Ishaan Khatter). They belong to Udaipur where Parthavi is daughter of the influential politician Ratan Singh and Madhukar is the son of an ordinary man running a small hotel in the city. The bold, beautiful & all-heart Parthavi falls for the simple, sweet and innocent Madhukar.
After romancing on Dhadak, Pehli Baar & dancing on Zingaat, the first kiss between them finally happens. It doesn’t reach its climax though because Parthavi’s family comes in between as soon as they finish their kiss. Now arrives the moment where they’ve to decide whether to choose the path of a coward or do what their predecessors did in Sairat. We all (Sairat lovers) know how it’ll turn out obviously, those who don’t – you’re still here?