Jhanvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter, starer Hindi tragic romance movie “Dhadak” has made a strong impact on its first day of release in theaters. The movie has a strong opening in respect of earnings and bookings. The movie has been rated with 3 stars out of 5 stars by critics as well as the audience who went to watch the movie. The movie is said to be overall good but the second half of the movie is more engaging than its first half. Critics have also applauded characters portrayed by the lead of the movie. Check out for the Dhadak 1st Weekend Box Office Collection and reviews.
Comparisons with Marathi blockbuster #Sairat are inevitable… Viewed as a stand-alone film, #Dhadak has several dramatic highs, scintillating music and importantly, the young pair [Ishaan and Janhvi] is electrifying… pic.twitter.com/74IpxWxd9m
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 20, 2018
Dhadak 1st Weekend Box Office Collection
Movie Review: #Dhadak
Quick Take: “Carry a box of tissues as it might come in handy towards the end…”https://t.co/UrvQOfiPqk
— Filmfare (@filmfare) July 20, 2018
The newly released Hindi movie Dhadak is an official remake of superhit 2016 Marathi movie Sairat. The story of the movie revolves around Parthavi(Jhanvi Kapoor) who refuses to move according to his father Ratan Singh rules. The character portrayal by Jhanvi and Ishaan has connected with the audience. The movie has collected around 8.71 crores on its first day at box office. The movie is expected to make around 20 to 25 crore business on its first weekend at box office market.
#Dhadak takes a HEROIC START… Rarely does a film starring absolute newcomers open so well… Day 1 is higher than #StudentOfTheYear [₹ 8 cr]… Fri ₹ 8.71 cr. India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 21, 2018
Dhadak has released over 2235 screen counts in India and its overseas number goes to 556. The movie has also broke down the record of the Student of The Year as a movie of newcomers to the industry.
The music composition of Ajay-Atul is superb. The cinematographic work done by Vishnu Rao and editing by Monisha R. Baldawa is also appreciated.