‘Dhaakad,’ Starring Kangana Ranaut, is All Sound and No Sense
Dhaakad – A bollywood spy-thriller movie. The director of the movie is Razneesh ‘Razy’ Ghai. Lead roles in the movie are Kangana Ranaut, Mimoh Chakraborty, Manoj Tiwari. The film stars Divya Dutta and Arjun Rampal in pivotal roles and is based on severe issues like child trafficking and crimes against women. Because of the COVID-19 epidemic, the release has been postponed. The film is releasing in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam on May 20, 2022.
Dhaakad movie cast
- Kangana Ranaut
- Arjun Rampal
- Divya Dutta
- Niloy Rashid Jaki
- Sharib Hashmi
- Ankit Pachori
- Neeraj Pardeep Purohit
The 33-year-old actress met Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, whom she refers to as “mama ji,” while filming her third film in Madhya Pradesh following “Manikarnika” and “Panga.” “This is the third film I am shooting in Madhya Pradesh. Earlier, I have done the shooting of Panga and Manikarnika in MP. “I also met mama ji and he encouraged us. He encouraged us for women empowerment and guided us,” she added.
Chouhan also ordered Ranaut to represent the “potential of Indian women in movies” and that he would declare ‘Dhaakad’ tax-free in the state, according to ANI.
“He also complains that we don’t show the potential of Indian women in films. We took copious notes. He has launched a number of female-oriented programmes, “‘Tanu Weds Manu’ actor said. “He promised that his staff would look into it and that the state would declare it tax-free. We appreciate his assurance of complete collaboration, “she continued.
Dhaakad Movie Credits
Directed by: Razneesh Ghai
Produced by: Sohail Maklai, Zaid Ali, Deepak Mukut, Amit J. Chaudhary
Music by: Dhruv Ghanekar, Sneha Khanwalkar
Writing Credits: Chintan Gandhi, Razneesh Ghai, Rinish Ravindra
About the Movie
“Movie is not only a benchmark film for my career but will be a turning point for Indian cinema as well,” Kangana previously remarked of the picture. The film is a one-of-a-kind female-led action film shot on a wide scale.”
“If it is well appreciated, women in Indian cinema will never look back.” My buddies Sohel and Razy and I have been preparing this endeavor for quite some time. “I’m very enthusiastic about this project and can’t wait to get started,” she added.
Arjun Rampal also posted the poster, which revealed his first look in the movie. Rudraveer is his character. Arjun described his character as “dangerous, lethal, and cool at the same time” while sharing the poster on his official Twitter account. The audience has reacted well to all the posters, with many fans expressing their anticipation for their publication.
The action-thriller, written by Chintan Gandhi and Rinish Ravindra, is co-produced by Qyuki Digital Media and produced by Sohel Maklai Productions and Asylum Films. This is also Kangana’s first collaboration with screenwriter Ritesh Shah.
Dhaakad Film Story
Kangana Ranaut – seen in a different avatar in this film. She will be doing tremendous action in the film.’Dhaakad,’ Starring Kangana Ranaut, is All Sound and No Sense
Dhaakad Movie Release Date
The movie is releasing on 20 May 2022.
Watch trailer – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Br1Kr77Lv4M
Dhaakad Movie Reviews
Kangana Ranaut physically wins the war but mentally loses the battle, because her character is just bland when she’s not fighting on-screen (pun not intended!). We’ve seen the best of her, we’ve seen the worst but this, my friends, is stepping into the ‘dangerous’ category now.
Arjun Rampal & Divya Dutta put their all in for nothing! All of the things they do could’ve won many accolades if it would’ve been done for the right film. Their psycho-jodi very much had the shades of Harley Quinn & Joker but as with everything else, this will all go in vain. Saswata Chatterjee continues to do good things for abandoned children (Jagga Jasoos & now, this), but this time it’s supremely wasted.
In the middle of an action piece, Kangana Ranaut’s character, Special Agent Agni says, “Jism se ruh alag karna business hai mera.” That line pretty much sums up what Kangana is out to do in Razneesh Razy Ghai’s Dhaakad. She’s a fearless field officer of the International Task Force, an imaginary unit of the Indian government.
Her mission is to crack the whip on an international human trafficking racket that has its roots in the coal mines of central India. Her job entails seeking information, the people involved and eliminating them. However, she ends up with a personal score to settle with Rudraveer, the kingpin of this racket being run from central India’s coal mines.
It’s refreshing to watch Kangana Ranaut get all down and dirty playing this fierce officer who often doesn’t care much for protocols. The portions where she’s engaged in hand-to-hand, physical combat, and even those where she wields weapons are quite slick. They present her in a raw, action avatar, which is a rarity in our films. Her agility, strength and her involvement to package her character to make it look believable are pretty evident and applaudable.