Tadap Movie Review: Ahan Shetty Makes An Intense Debut, The Story Rehashes The ’80s Love Story But Fails At It

If you are giving us a new crisp pairing, what is stopping the producers from giving the audience an intriguing storyline?

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New Delhi: Ishana played by Ahan Shetty is a ‘berozgaar naujawan’, Ramisa played by Tara Sutaria is an ‘MLA ki beti’ in the latest released movie Tadap. The two meet, their love blooms, with obviously some twist and turn in their love story.

This one line theme movie was transformed into a melodrama back in the mid ’80s a lot of times. Numerous producers would depend on this formula only and some of those movies even turned out to be super hits. The absurd storyline matches with the time it was made in.

If you are giving us a new crisp pairing, what is stopping the producers from giving the audience an intriguing storyline? Milan Luthria’s Tadap starts like any other film would. The camera plays with debutant Ahan’s well toned body, flexing his biceps and his fighting abilities which turns into his USP throughout the film. 

Then again, Tara is an exciting mix of the girl next door who has a dramatic twist in her story at the end of the blood soaked climax. The debutant drops his shirt very often, and shows off his abs throughout the film. It’s hard to express what he is capable of in light of the fact that the film begins awfully and also the end is boring as well. 

A remake of 2018 Telugu film RX 100, does not do justice to the original. This romantic story is shot at a hill station  backdrop. The fights in the movie are unexciting. The cinematography is dull and the songs appear to be forced in the story.

Ahan makes his bollywood debut when the industry has a bunch of versatile young actors who are very well proving themselves in some interesting and fascinating roles, however all this young actor will do in Tadap is flaunt his musculine body. Hopefully he will pick better roles in the near future.

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