Dhadkan is about Anjali (Shilpa Shetty) who is a girl that hails from an extremely rich and influential family. Her father Mr. Chauhan (Kiran Kumar) is a renowned businessman and has many dreams for his daughter. But Anjali is in love with Dev (Sunil Shetty) who is very poor & often cannot even afford to clothe himself properly. Dev also loves Anjali, wants to marry her so has to meet her father.

Wealthy Anjali falls in love with poor Dev, both want to get married, but Anjali's family objects and instead get her married to equally wealthy Ram, who lives with his uncaring step-mother... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dhadkan torrent reviews

Michael F (au) wrote: Some of it is funny, most of it's humour isnt. Its funny to see Martin Sheen in this. Not one of the best comic book adaptations, but it definitely beats the actor who played Clown, John Leguizamo's other film, the horrible Super Mario Bros adaptation.

Skyler T (de) wrote: A beautiful look at the essence of how we consume media. The film looks & sounds spectacular. Rick Alverson is the king of the genre.

Ross C (br) wrote: Comedic yet tragic tales of the absurd life of Romanians during the days of Ceaucescu's communist rule.

Jesse O (kr) wrote: You know Michael Rapaport is a good actor if you want a guy who always looks like he's angry and ready to explode. He's typically a guy you see mostly in supporting roles as the angry man. Basically he's never played a character with any real emotional depth, at least that I'm aware of. So this movie is a nice change of pace and it shows, that if given the chance, this guy can act and do a great job at it in fact. He takes this character and gives it a very sympathetic portrayal, you come to care for this guy and his struggles with depression and how that leads him to turn into a hero so he can feel a sense of worth and importance to this world. It definitely has a positive message for people who go through these same issues and that's a really cool thing. The movie also has its funny moments, but I don't think it needed to be hilarious. It has a lot more going for it than just the comedy. It's just a really good movie with, unarguably I don't see how anyone could argue otherwise, Michael Rapaport's best performance ever.

Jerrod K (it) wrote: Surprisingly good, but sad

Taylor B (ag) wrote: As a theologian, I had some issues with it. Aside from those, it was a very sweet film, and an impressive debut, both for Pete Jones, and for Project Greenlight.

Sandra M (au) wrote: This will be difficult to understand for those who don't know about the goverment situation in Spain although is a great film to watch! I gave it 3 stars because i am not interested on Spanish goverment anymore!!

Holden H (us) wrote: A lackluster follow-up that takes place in a bustling California metropolis.

brent g (ag) wrote: After falling totally in love with Tarr's Werckmeister Harmonies, I got this through Netflix, and got another unbelievable film. To start off, anybody in CineD looking for a great new director to get into who is really powerful and innovative, get on this train. The film has the usual Tarr pacing, and really powerful symbolism, from the buckets to the dogs to the torrential downpours. This is a movie about madness and misery and broken people. Really intense. Some dialogue that really shook me, notably about the concept of finding someone who "makes talking seem meaningful" and the "enticing tunnel to your world which nobody else knows about." And by the end, this man is walking in the pouring rain through a barren wasteland, with dogs barking and slurping water on the ground, having completely isolated himself from society. This is slow dark stuff, but really just wonderful in every way I can think of. Each day brings me closer to Satantango.

Dustin B (ag) wrote: Tim Curry, PLEAse give me babies...LOTS of babies...

Richard D (es) wrote: I don't think this is exactly a bad film, but it's a bad sequel to "The French Connection" in the sense that it misses what is so appealing about the first film. Hackman is back as "Popeye" Doyle, and he travels to Marseilles in pursuit of Charnier (Fernando Rey, the only other actor returning from the first film). So, setting aside for a minute that this is not completely sensible as a premise (the film claims Doyle is the only person who would recognize Charnier ... a man who was under intensive surveillance by dozens of cops in the first film), it ends up losing most of the best elements of the first film. It's great to see Hackman back as this character, but he needs Roy Scheider, or someone damn close to him to balance the character dynamics. Yes, Bernard Fresson is sort of a partner in this film, but not for most of the film. That raises the other point. What's most enthralling about "The French Connection" is that it's a magnificent police procedural. It's not just the characters that matter, it's what they are doing. Hackman does fuck all for over half of this film. I admit that this film has an amazing climax, and the last few minutes are almost worth watching the whole film for ... but it's difficult to recommend a 2 hour film based on the last 10 minutes. Scheider got the better deal ... "The Seven-Ups" is the real sequel to "The French Connection".

James H (gb) wrote: The filmmakers apparently thought it would be a Bulldog Drummond story into a James Bond wannabe movie. The cast is bland, the story rather preposterous but it is a good looking movie, professionally made with good cinematography and costumes.

Greg R (ag) wrote: I never really liked Rob Lowe before this movie but he was quite the bad guy. Better than you would think.