The much awaited theatrical trailer of the romantic drama, Dhadak, released on this Monday. The movie Dhadak is also marked the acting debut of the late actress Sridevi’s elder daughter Janhvi and Shaahid Kapoor’s half-brother Ishaan Khater.
In a star-studded event, filmmaker Karan Johar introduced the lead pair, Ishan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor for this upcoming Bollywood film, Dhadak, which is regarded as the Hindi remake of the Marathi film Sairat.
The Hindi version of the National Award winning movie has been helmed by Shashank Khaitan, who is famous for his other Hindi romantic movies, like, – Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania and Badrinath Ki Dulhania.
The movie Dhadak speak talks about two innocent people who fall in love without realizing that there is a massive gap persist between their social standard and this is the main highlights of the story, Dhadak, which displays the struggle for love 2 people are going through.
Karan Johar bought the rights of Sairat and created history by entering the coveted Rs 100-crore club. The original was directed by Nagraj Manjule which features, the newcomer, Rinku Rajguru, and Akash Thosar.
Check out all tweets here:
After watching this trailer my respect for sairat actors has reached its peak!!
I mean these starkids must have been through so many acting tutorials, guidance by some legendary actors yet the simplicity, rawness is missing! #DhadakTrailer
— $hrddha (@Shrddha8) June 11, 2018
Literally saw the SAIRAT trailer twice to get over the trailer of DHADAK. Another perfect example of how classics are ruined.
So far as the promo is concerned, the film may not land anywhere close to the original!
— Shivam (@_BeingShivam_) June 11, 2018
Yaar kya hai yeh. First they destroyed the Marathi movie and then demolished the Rajasthani accent #DhadakTrailer
— Harshvardhan Singh (@realharshvardan) June 11, 2018
Why @karanjohar why??!! Why did you spoil #Sairat for us. Thoroughly disappointed with #DhadakTrailer 👎 If you loved it so much, at least you could’ve done justice to the film. #Dhadak is nothing but a money-making venture for @DharmaMovies. The heart is lost 😩 #Ishaan #Janhvi
— Anwesh Panda (@anwesh_panda) June 11, 2018
This movie is going to be a disappointment. Its just another rich girl, poor boy Hindi movie. And add @karanjohar to the mix and its the blandest khichadi. All the reasons why Sairat worked is lost of Dhadak makers. #DhadakTrailer
— Samiksha (@samiksha_nate) June 11, 2018
#dhadaktrailer is why we need more of @beemji. #Sairat was a crushing story of caste in love. From first look, Dhadak is usual UC fluff. Taking our stories and strangling the life out of them https://t.co/odZZeBoIKI
— Dhrubo Jyoti (@dhrubo127) June 11, 2018
The #Dhadak trailer doesn't feature ONE reference to caste! Sairat was an inter-caste love story; it was the CENTRAL CONFLICT. What is the point of making a remake of the film if you're not looking at caste?!
Also, 'Zingaat' will always be a Marathi classic, thank you,
— Maanvi (@Maanvi2501) June 11, 2018
Regional cinema is soulful, it captures the dialect & earthen humor so well. A Bollywood remake is almost a parody by ham actors and a khichdi of local dialect and Hindi. #Sairat vs #Dhadak is #Reebok vs #Reebook
— Rofl Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) June 11, 2018
When you take story from Sairat, colors from Raanjhanna, set locations inspired from bhansali and still can't give viewers something to root on.#DhadakTrailer
— Anurag (@anurag__mishra) June 11, 2018
#DhadakTrailer is a guide book for all aspiring directors and producers on how to ruin a classic in a multiple ways.
— Ranjitsingh Gaonkar (@ImRanjitGaonkar) June 11, 2018
Pathetic work done by the director. The producers have ruined the career of two new comers due to copy paste of scene by scene. Fresh script and scene could have saved it. #DhadakTrailer begins with a Flop, congratulations to the producer, director and entire team.
— IRFAN 👨🏻💻 (@simplyirfan) June 11, 2018
#DhadakTrailer Sairat in little less spicy in chemistry of actors, but pretty full with drama and music!
— Shivram Latpate (@MyNameIsShivram) June 11, 2018
Check out some other tweets:
Ishaan is easily the best thing about #DhadakTrailer
🎵 How do i tell u
How much i love u
I will never be able to 😂 pic.twitter.com/TtfTvDjo4G
— Od (@odshek) June 11, 2018
— YASH SUHAGIYA (@yashsuhagiya) June 11, 2018
So Dhadak basically is an adaptation of Sairat remade in Hindi. The Hindi version of Zingaat has made me curious #DhadakTrailer
— Ashwin Shetty (@ashwinshetty9) June 11, 2018
— 𝘚𝘈𝘕𝘑𝘜 (@_RKEIGHT) June 11, 2018
Missing #Sridevi today. She would’ve been on cloud nine today when #DhadakTrailer is out. Wish u all the best #janhvikapoor. U hv those genes to conquer this industry. Hope the movie becomes ATBB. #SrideviLivesForever
— Ankur (@RrAnkur) June 11, 2018
— Pagal Bhootni 👻 (@ayushineex) June 11, 2018
It's too early to say but going by the trailer it seems to me that a star is born in #JhanviKapoor She looks confident, has got Sridevi's expressions & emoting through her eyes. The boy too looks good.
— PhantomDarkness (@PhantomRule) June 11, 2018
I saw a spark in Jhanvi eyes like Sridevi. I think sridevi is back in jhanvi face. I hope Jhanvi make her mother proud. Amazing trailer. Loved it. All the best Jhanvi. You rocked it. Good ishan khattar #DhadakTrailer #JhanviKapoor
— Shurjeel fiaz (@shurjeel_fiaz) June 11, 2018
But seems like, after the trailer comes out on the micro-blogging site, netizens are not much happy to see the Hindi remake of the Marathi film Sairat, Dhadak and they quoted their point for the movie and the trailer like this.
But then again as the trailer of the movie Dhadak released, it is literally, praised by some Bollywood buffs in frenzy and even some people couldn’t stop talking about the colorful images, the poignant cinematography and the lead couple’s hot and sizzling chemistry together.
While many lauded Khatter’s performance, though, some people are saying that Jahnvi Kapoor, in spite of that a newcomer received her deserving breakthrough on the silver screen, Bollywood, and some fans even missing Sridevi now.
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