Dhar Mann

App review by Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Dramatic videos serve morals, some mature content, merch.

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 21 reviews

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age 9+

Over the years, these life lesson’s have gotten better and better

Dhar Man, starting back in 2018, is a channel consisting of short films putting forth good messages, and over time they have grown in both quality and story telling, but still can, at times, use some work despite some episodes having compelling performances, and others not at all. It’s pretty inconsistent, sometimes wonderful, sometimes just okay, but nonetheless entertaining and full of lessons. Some episodes are harmless in terms of nature content, and others are a little heavier, but they never show any graphic sex, violence or any strong language. VIOLENCE: MILD Some episodes have no violence at all, others do, although it never is overly graphic but sometimes a bit bloody. The most graphic episodes and scenes include a war flashback where bullets fly and hit cover, a dead soldier is shown on the floor with blood around his mouth and another man with blood pouring down his neck and then a men jumps onto a grenade, the explosion is offscreen but blood is shown on a nearby man’s face, this scene is emotional and not intense. In another episode which follows a teen who deals drugs, a teen is grabbed and beaten up by several men, they are shown grabbing and throwing punches as him and then afterwards the boy is shown with his face covered in bloody wounds with blood pouring down his face, the rest of the episode is intense as his life is at stake because they stole his money, and later the drug dealers grab and drag him away (they are planning to kill him) before they stop. Other episodes show flashbacks to people being beaten which aren’t ever graphic, some episodes show pranks with fake blood. LANGUAGE: MILD The words “d*mn”, “h*ll”, “crap” and “pr*ck” can all he heard briefly in certain episodes, but never frequently as this show usually stays family friendly in terms of language. DRUG CONTENT: MILD Some episodes revolve around people selling and being addicted to drugs, they are always shown as pills, though, and they are shown in a negative light as the people who use them live in dumps and usually result in getting beat up/having their lives threatened. Some episodes also show people who drink alcohol, some smoking is shown, party drugs appear as well. SEXUAL CONTENT: MILD Some episodes revolve around people cheating, some suggestive dialogue (“come back to bed”), some talk about the birds and the bees, getting pregnant, talk about “sleeping” with others, all content is very mild. OVERALL: MILD All mature content is put forth to teach viewers a lesson, and never appears graphic at all.

This title has:

Educational value
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 8+

Good values but bad making. (sorry dhar man fans)

positive and stuff but I cant rate it good relating that it was made by a youtuber not a proffesional. Although they try to ''change lives'' by saying alot of things about being what you are is fine. Still has stereotypes like when kids run away from home its because the "husband" get drunk. Of course this is seen really basicly. The stage is set in the same place and gets boring alot, its always the same cast, same lessons, wich I respect but they don't have to show it a hundred times over again like "never judge a book by its cover" is using so many times and they don't think of anything new. I respect the anti-bullying but seriously... not the best AT ALL.

App Details

  • Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android
  • Pricing structure: Free (Users can purchase branded merchandise.)
  • Release date: October 20, 2021
  • Category: Entertainment
  • Publisher: Dhar Mann Studios
  • Version: 1.0.1
  • Minimum software requirements: iOS 13.0 or later; Android varies with device
  • Last updated: October 29, 2021

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