Poster of the new project of Dharma Productions ‘Dhadak’, which is a remake of Marathi superhit movie Sairat has been released today. Though the selection of actors, as well as first look of Dhadak movie, are so much in distinction to Sairat that establishing a difference appear to have been significant if the unwilling focus of its maker.
Sairat is the love story of a Maratha girl belongs to a compelling family and fisherman’s family boy. This movie was an astounding hit as it brings to a big screen India’s gods of small thongs selects to spotlight on people and matters that get mislaid on Bollywood big scale and stage. USP of the film was in what way the debutant performers Akash Thosar along with Rinku Rajguru cover up the characters like their own, and along with that they genuinely believe to be Prashya and Archie.
On the other side Sairat remake Dhadak is as visualise as it gets the Sridevi’s daughter Janvi Kapoor along with Shahid Kapoor’s brother Ishaan Khatter. Shashank Khaitan, who made Badrinath Ki Dulhania will helm the movie along with Producer Karan Johar.
Bollywood like all other has never been honest regarding the facing of caste. The film industry is faithful to the promise that will show good entertainment and sow of institutionalised inequality on the big screen is not just right. Conversing regarding flesh trade, poverty, begging are all acceptable as these are problems positioned firmly but it is concerned as bad about talking of caste.
In case of Sairat remake Dhadak in an interview Shashank Khaitan supposed ‘ the basic idea so of diversity in caste, honour killing and in addition to that what it earns to survive in the world and I feel that it is a conflict that is alive all over India. So the main foundation of Sairat, as well as Dhadak, are alike’.
Certainly, source very close to the movie supposed that Khaitan needs a lighter handling to this movie and Karan Johar wants to shuffle the plot too much more upmarket surroundings and make it a Romeo and Juliet in comparison to play on caste.’ Creating a story on Romeo and Juliet and not on caste rub out the one single sidedness of caste repression and depicts the families as enemies however equals. It also offers the excuse to make together families very rich which Karan Johar understands in the best way.