Tadap (transl. Yearning) is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language romantic action drama film directed by Milan Luthria and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under the Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment banner, with Fox Star Studios serving as distributor and co-producer. A remake of the Telugu film RX 100 (2018), the film stars debutants Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria.
Tadap Movie Story
Ishana (Debutant Actor Ahan Shetty) is a romantic man who runs a movie theater and lives with her father (Saurabh Shukla). He falls headlong for Ramisa (Tara Sutaria), the beautiful daughter of a local politician (Kumud Mishra).
However, the intimacy of the young couple is strongly opposed by their family. As the threat of separation looms large, Ishana doesn’t shy away from taking on the villainous avatar. The film is an official remake of the 2018 Telugu hit RX 100. It has been mainly shot in Mumbai and Mussoorie.
It is a romantic action drama film, the story revolves around the main protagonist Shiva who falls in love with the daughter of a rich powerful man, the two enter into an intimate relationship in the film, further, Shiva learns that The girl never liked him and used him only for her desire and lust, poor Shiva dies later in the film.
Tadap Movie Review
Launching a newcomer is a difficult task for any filmmaker. While trying to present them in the best possible way, it is also important that the actor in question is provided with ample scope to showcase his stuff.
The first few seconds in Milan Luthria’s yearning, and no one knows the film’s purpose: to highlight debutant Ahan Shetty’s skills as an angry action hero who is fueled by his passion for his woman, played by Tara Sutaria. Inspired. The film is a remake of the 2018 Telugu film, RX 100, which was based on a real incident.
By the intervening point, Tadap’s story itself looks like a typical love story of a poor boy’s romance with a rich girl who is forcibly married off to another mister of her father’s choice. After the intermission, the story suddenly has a lot to unpack and it rushes to reveal all that led to the lovers’ separation.
Ishaana’s character graph in the film remains constant throughout – she is intense, fiery and deeply emotional. And the same works for Ahaan in his debut film. His effort to incorporate an intense character like Ishana in his very first film is commendable. While there is scope for fine-tuning his dialogue delivery, Ahaan has an impressive on-screen presence.
And he shows a spark in his first film. However, to present him as a true-blue action-romance hero, the film’s writer Rajat Arora (screenplay and dialogues) and director Milan Luthria have focused heavily on padding it with heavy dialogues, which are almost Poetry and stuck in some sort of time warp, and plot points that don’t serve the story effectively.
As Ahaan’s adoptive father, whom the whole refers to as Mussoorie daddy, Saurabh Shukla approaches his task with enough warmth and conviction.
He gives importance to this story. Tara Sutaria as Ishana’s girlfriend Ramisa looks gorgeous in every frame – be it playful, romantic or breaking up. She could have shined more, if the screenplay had made some more provisions for it, apart from a plot twist in the second half.
The film falters at the story level, making it seem stretched for its runtime. While the yearning feels sluggish in the pre-interval, it literally wears off the running shoes in the second half, highlighting dramatic twists and turns, along with some heavy action pieces. As a viewer, one only wished parts of this half were made easier in the first half to make it a more enjoyable watch.
Pritam’s songs are amazing. The cinematography romances Mussoorie as a city – it looks dreamy and beautiful and gives a beautiful backdrop to the love story. It’s no trouble that the yearning is an unattended commercial potboiler.
But one cannot ignore the fact that it is loaded with tropes and sequences that seem fuzzy for the time it is set. Also, the passion in this love story often fails to stir your feelings, as the writing is unable to hold it all together.
Tadap Movie Cast
|Cast Real Name||Cast Role Play Name|
|Ahan Shetty||as Ishana|
|Tara Sutaria||as Ramisa|
|Saurabh Shukla||as Ishana’s father|
|Kumud Mishra||as Ramisa’s father|
|Sumit Gulati||as Ishana’s friend|
Tadap Movie Release Date
Tadap was earlier scheduled to release in theaters on 24 September 2021. However, it was later extended till 3 December 2021.
Tadap Movie Details
|Directed by||Milan Luthria|
|Written by||Rajat Arora|
|Based on||RX100 (2018)
by Ajay Bhupathi
|Produced by||Sajid Nadiadwala
Fox Star Studios
|Edited by||Rajesh G. Pandey|
John Stewart Eduri
|Fox Star Studios
Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment
|Distributed by||Fox Star Studios|
|Release date||3 December 2021|
|running time||126 minutes|
Tadap Movie Trailer
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