EXCLUSIVE: Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter were apprehensive of Dhadaks’ ending, reveals Shashank Khaitan – watch video | Wireler
Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter made a Bollywood debut with Dhadak that aspiring actors dream of. The film has been liked by all, the critics and the viewers, in order that’s a win for the makers. Because, in all honesty, Dhadak was a difficult challenge. First of all, it’s an adaptation of one of essentially the most beloved Marathi motion pictures, Sairat. Fans of the unique were fairly apprehensive as to how the therapy of the brand new film can be. More so in regards to the ending and the remake of the hit track, Sairat.
We met up with the celebrities and the director of the movie, Shashank Khaitan, to speak in regards to the success of Dhadak. Happy and joyous, the trio was in a temper to speak. Well, not less than until we requested them how the temper was on the units on the day they shot the ending. And they did open up about having apprehensions to retain the top from Sairat. While speaking about it, Shashank revealed that Janhvi and Ishaan were a bit of apprehensive about it to start with, however as they shot for the movie they were assured that what we see on the display is essentially the most logical climax of the story. Check out our dialog, within the video above. (ALSO READ: EXCLUSIVE! Janhvi Kapoor mentioned Dhadak’s field workplace numbers on the breakfast desk – watch video)
Also, on the success meet of Dhadak, the press questioned Shashank about Dhadak showing to be a glossier model of Sairat. The director mentioned that he has shot town of Udaipur as it’s in the true life. Though, he did admit that he may not have been in a position to efficiently present the category divide necessary to the plot correctly. “…When it comes to our approach to caste and class, the divide between Rajputs and Mewaris is a sub-caste issue. It is a caste and class issue, both. We didn’t use the words to verbalise it. But cinema is an audio-visual medium so I thought visually we have achieved it. Apparently, we should have been a bit more open about that which is a lesson learnt. We will. I don’t think so we have brushed it aside,” he mentioned.
“I don’t think so we have shied away from it. May be we were not too in-your-face about it. Lesson learned. Next time if I approach a topic like that I will be more sensible,” Shashank concluded.