Director: Shashank Khaitan
Cast: Ishaan Khatter as Madhukar Bhagla, Janhvi Kapoor as Parthavi Singh, Ashutosh Rana as Ratan Singh, Shridhar Watsar as Purshottam, Aishwarya Narkar as Madhukar's mother and Kharaj Mukherjee as Sachin Bhowmick.
Madhurkar a.k.a Madhu, a college student from a middle-class family is crazily in love with Parthavi, an independent girl from a political family. During frequent interactions, they grow feelings for each other. Although Madhu takes his father's promise to stay away from Pathavi, he proposes to Parthavi. In one instance, they are caught while kissing each other. Infuriated with the love between different castes, their families try to separate them. Madhu's family is dragged to the police station.
Parthavi pleads her father to leave Madhu and in doing so she threatens a police inspector, eventually, both Madhur and Parthavi elope to Nagpur. In Nagpur, Madhu's uncle, advises them to live in Kolkatta for safety.
The couple reaches Kolkatta and strive to earn a living. With the help of their landlord, Madhu works at a roadside restaurant and Parthavi finds a job in a call center. They have misunderstandings on several occasions but understand each other and get married after a point of time.
Parthavi becomes pregnant and delivers a boy named Aditya. The couple rent a new home and arrange Gruha Pravesh puja. Parthavi's family gets to know of their place of living and come uninvited with presents for the family. Parthavi is happy that her family has accepted her relationship with Madhu. Parthavi steps out to buy sweets and returns but is shocked as she sees her family members pushing Madhu and Aditya from a height. They land on the ground and die.
Dhadak garnered negative reviews but was a commercial success, earning ₹110.11 crore worldwide.