Tadap Movie Review: Iss Dil Se ‘Aah’ Nikalti Rahi!

Tadap Movie Review Rating: 1.5 out of 5.0 stars

Star Cast: Unforgettable cameo of soul of Ahan Shetty, Tara Sutaria, Saurabh Shukla, Kumud Mishra, Sumit Gulati and Ahan Shetty

Director: Milan Luthria

Tadap Movie Review (Photo Credits: YouTube/Empire Movies)

What’s good: It was not difficult to decide that there is nothing good in the first half other than the presence of Saurabh Shukla

What’s worse: Now it’s tough and that’s why I decided to expand this section into a complete review below

Lou Break: Might prove more refreshing!

See or not?: Even if you have nothing else to do over the weekend, I’d suggest sleeping in!

Available at: theatrical release

Runtime: 126 minutes

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We have a hero whose name sounds like a hashtag that couples use when getting married, her name is Ishaana (a perfect # for ‘Khaali Peeli’ duo Ishaan Khatter and Ananya Panday), played by Ahan Shetty And he is always in his ‘uncontrollable lover’ mode. Found out later for a reason. He looks like someone who can yell at you at any time for no reason at all. Like, if you serve him coffee instead of tea, he’ll yell at you (though I’m with him on that thing).

In a flashback we are introduced to her love interest, whose name also sounds like another ‘hashtag for couples’, enters Ramisa (if for some reason Rami Malik and Sara Shahi decide to see each other). If so, they can use this name as #) played by Tara Sutaria. Ishana’s daddy, also known as Daddy (Saurabh Shukla), is a close associate of Ramisa’s politician father Damodar (Kumud Mishra). Ishana falls in love with Ramisa and there’s a twist too because how can you twist an age-old story to a level where everything falls apart?

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Tadap Movie Review: Script Analysis

Rajat Arora has adapted Ajay Bhupathi’s story from RX100 and I will not comment on that film as I have not seen it yet. So, all my criticism is only and purely for yearning. To explain in just a single, Tadap Dhadkan is only with a bad story, without a ‘bewafa’ Anjali and Ram in the picture. Imagine Suniel Shetty’s Dev goes crazy after Anjali leaves, but it’s ‘his choice’ in this. With that tale “boys like kids more than bones”, Rajat Arora definitely lost out in translation with this (RX100 as per general reviews and reactions).

Ragul Dharuman, amidst all the chaos, manages to capture some breathtaking aerial photography, giving many scenes a beautiful painting-like appearance. The fresh scenes are immediately burdened by blotchy script and bleah dialogues. Either Arora has lost his magic touch to write memorable lines (Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, The Dirty Picture, Taxi No. 9211) or we have reached the tipping point as per the law of diminishing marginal utility. Okay, I’ve saved the best of the best jokes for the end (if you’re allergic to bullshit jokes, drop the same suggestion for the movie): Anupam Kher and Akshay Kumar in Hey Baby More in ‘Aah Aahan Aahan’ The acting was in comparison to Ahaan in Tadap.

Tadap Movie Review: Star Performance

Without spoiling the film, the film ends with a golden light-like spirit of a certain character pouring out of his body and the light generated by the CGI is undoubtedly the best performance of the film. Ahan Shetty deserved a better debut than this and not just him, every actor deserved a better film than this. With very little to explore, there is no scope for Ahaan to come up with different shades for his character. His act becomes as monotonous as game of Thrones‘ Winter in the last two seasons. Could he have done better with a better script? Probably, because it doesn’t indicate anything super convincing about his talent.

it’s three bad movies together Tara Sutaria i.e. thrice where she could have rejected the role due to lack of proper character sketch. It needs a miraculous turnover from here to retain its place amidst the influx of new talent in the industry. Saurabh Shukla emerges as the ‘tinka’ for the sinking screenplay, giving us a laugh or two to endure the many moments of awkward silence. Kumud Mishra sleepwalks into the vaguely written character of a politician. There is no point in Sumit Gulati’s character adding many other similar things in the film.

Tadap Movie Review: Direction, Music

I haven’t seen Baadshaho yet, but I can still safely say that this might be Milan Luthria’s worst film ever. This guy has given the industry some ‘siti-maar’ masala entertainers, but keep your satis out for it. The past experience brings to the fore a different problem of the director getting caught in the time bubble. This still could have been fine in another era but access to super-rich content obviates the need to watch such mediocre movies and spend money on them.

Pritam goes back to the ’00s with the story and creates songs that sound in line with the film’s untold-old theme. It seems that he and lyricist Irshad Kamil, after seeing the story on screen, made an agreement to fill it with some rotten songs from the bank. Apart from Dino James’ rap in Ishq Hoye Na, not a single song will ever make it to my ‘listen’ list again.

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Tadap Movie Review: The Last Word

All said and done, Tadap tries to mix and match the various formulas already used for the romantic drama, failing to create any novelty factor for itself. I don’t see any situation under which I would recommend going to the theater for this.

One and a half stars!

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