Bollywood film Dhadak is all set release tomorrow amid much expectations. The Janhvi Kapoor. Ishaan Khatter starrer has been making huge headlines since its very first announcement. Right from Janhvi being Sridevi’s daughter to Dhadak being compared to Sairat, the film has managed to stay in the limelight for several months now. The film is releasing tomorrow and, we give you 5 reasons why Dhadak is worth a watch.
Sridevi’s daughter Janhvi Kapoor makes Bollywood debut
Janhvi’s mother late actress Sridevi, an epitome of cinematic brilliance, ruled over our hearts with her enigma and powerful repertoire of films over the years. It's heart-breaking to see that she isn't around when her daughter's big Bollywood break is gearing up for release this week. But one thing is for sure, with acting running deep in her genes, the young kid looks promising and might just end up making an explosive debut!
Ishaan Khatter’s already proven acting prowess
Ishaan Khatter made his big debut with Majid Majidi’s Beyond the Clouds, and impressed audience and critics alike with his impressive acting skills. Ishaan as impetuous, ambitious and devious Amir left no chance to impress. With Dhadak, we will get to see Ishaan Khatter in a new avatar altogether.
Shashank Khaitan’s directorial mantra
Dhadak has been directed by Shashank Khaitan, who has directed hit films such as Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania and Badrinath Ki Dulhania, in which he had worked with Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt, which is why, this film is a first of sorts for Khaitan too as he will be working with fresh actors for the very first time.
Great mix of songs
Dhadak promises a dreamy collection of songs that have written chartbusters all over them. The official music album of Dhadak consists of four songs. The music is composed by Ajay-Atul. They also composed the music of Sairat. The songs are sung by Shreya Ghoshal, Ajay Gogavale and Atul Gogavale. You can listen to entire Dhadak album here
An adaptation of blockbuster Marathi movie Sairat
Blockbuster Marathi film Sairat - the love story of a Maratha girl from a powerful family and a boy from a fisherman’s family - had become a sensational hit because it took to the big screen India’s gods of small things, choosing to focus on people and issues. It will be interesting to see how director Shashank Khaitan will weave magic with Dhadak.