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The problem with this film, as opposed to its source material, is that most of these emotions - these subtle moments between the lines - feel planted.
Shashank is the successful maker of frothy romances. Here he steps out of his comfort zone but not enough to tackle head-on, the ugly truth of caste. The hurdles are more palatable and consequently, synthetic.
It's a valiant effort...but it feels sanitized...you know the story, you know how it's going to go.
Within the ambit of Bollywood, Dhadak is a watchable film that goes beyond the initial curiosity factor to stand on its own legs.
For all its flaws, Dhadak is the vehicle that will bring more audiences to this important story and for that alone, it's worth it.
With all its strengths and weaknesses, Dhadak attempts to highlight some shocking truths about our society and for that it makes a worthy watch.
There are good tunes thrown in between but they don't serve the purpose as Dhadak, overall, barely skims beyond the obvious. At 137-minute duration, it's not as powerful as the original...
It's not as raw and earthy as Sairat but Dhadak packs an emotional punch that is equal to the original's. Carry a box of tissues as it might come in handy.
There is nothing really extraordinary about the story...[it] fails to form that connect with the audience. All you are left feeling with is mild sadness.
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