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Ishaan Khatter, Janhvi Kapoor look promising in Hindi remake of Marathi film Sairat: Watch the trailer below
The Dhadak trailer features the audacious Janhvi Kapoor romancing with licit Ishan Khatter. Finally, the much-awaited trailer of the movie ‘Dhadak’ is out and has crossed 1 million views on YouTube. When the makers decided to remake the Marathi movie ‘Sairat’ for the Hindi audiences the actors in the lead role were curious whether it would match the perfection of the original movie.
To the astonishment of the masses, the trailer is narrative and sturdy. On Monday the Dhadak trailer was out, which definitely ticks towards the right direction. However, you need to hold up for the release of the full movie.
The story of the film must be familiar to the lovers who have a distinct background and find a connection with each other. For them, love is equivalent to pulling a nerve breaking rack. Thus getting together puts an enormous question mark!
While taking an insight into the chemistry of the actors, Jhanvi and Ishan sound like being comfortable with each other on screen. The Marathi movie Sairat was a huge success and tacked a wide range of unconventional narratives.
Bollywood celebrities wrote tweets in respond of the movie trailer. “A few hours to go for the trailer launch of #Dhadak … feeling excited and nervous … am sure my bachchas #janvikapoor #IshaanKhattar must be feeling the butterflies in their tummy … @karanjohar thank you for giving us this opportunity and love you … you are simply the best.” – tweeted Shashank Khaitan who is the director of the movie.
“We are honoured and excited to collaborate with Zee Studios on the official adaptation of the immensely celebrated and loved Sairat. Dhadak is Shashank’s third post his Dulhania series and is a true labour of love. We present Janhvi and Ishaan and can’t wait for the viewers to experience their innocence and magic on celluloid.” – reported Karan Johar.