Tadap Twitter Review: Here’s how audiences reacted to Ahan Shetty & Tara Sutaria’s romantic drama

Tadap marks the debut of Ahan Shetty, the venture is directed by Milan Luthria.

Published on Dec 03, 2021 10:43 PM IST  |  739.5K
Tadap Twitter Review: Here’s how audiences reacted to Ahan Shetty & Tara Sutaria’s romantic drama
Tadap Twitter Review: Here’s how audiences reacted to Ahan Shetty & Tara Sutaria’s romantic drama
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Tadap marks the debut of Suniel Shetty’s son Ahan Shetty. The film also stars Tara Sutaria in the leading part. The venture is directed by Milan Luthria and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. Tadap is a remake of the Tamil film RX100. The film was released on 3 December and received mildly underwhelming reviews from critics. Ahan’s performance as a brooding lover has received a positive response from critics however the story & screenplay has been criticized. In a recent chat with India Today Ahan spoke about Tadap sparking nepotism debate row and the comparisons with Kabir Singh. 

Ahan spoke about making his debut in the world of the Hindi film industry and said, “I am very excited, not nervous. I think nerves are just for a day or two before the release. But I am just waiting for the film to come out.” Speaking about comparisons with Shahid Kapoor’s character in Kabir Singh considering both are brooding lovers. Ahan said, “If there are comparisons between my character and Shahid sir’s Kabir Singh, I’ll take it as a compliment. I’m not worried, actually. It would mean I’ve done a good job. Everyone has an opinion, and we need to respect that.”

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Speaking about the nepotism row in relation to his launch, Ahan said, “I feel people around you may affect you, but so many people will have so many opinions. Many people will bring up the nepotism debate, but it depends on how you take it. I haven’t made it yet see and what matters is if the audience will accept me or not.”
 

Also Read| Tadap Advance Booking Update: Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria’s film set for a good opening at box office

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Anonymous
2 months ago
He can’t act, he can’t emote, he is very good in action scenes.
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