Since the inception of the sequel to 1991 super-hit film Sadak, made by actress Pooja Bhatt, fans can't keep their calms about its story, cast, and crew. Finally, Alia Bhatt taking to her social media announced the Sadak 2 project with a video. Mahesh Bhatt, director of 1991's Sadak who bid adieu to his filmmaking journey, is coming back in the ring with Sadak 2. This is the first film of Alia with her dad Mahesh Bhatt and our excitement just reach a higher point after knowing the official star cast of Sadak 2. You will see a few clips of the classic old Sadak featuring Pooja and Sanjay Dutt, star cast's name and the official release date which is March 25, 2020, in the teaser of the film.
Alia Bhatt, Pooja Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt and Aditya Roy Kapur grabbed the roles in this iconic sequel. Teaser of the movie has been released today as 20 September is Mahesh Bhatt's 70th Birthday and to celebrate the birthday nothing is more special to announce his comeback as a director again.
Pooja Bhatt also shared the teaser of Sadak 2 with an interesting note which reads, "And he’s back!To breathe new life into our souls & to breathe more soul into our lives. I thought b’days were about receiving presents Pops & there you go and turn that on it’s head by giving us a gift instead-the gift of Sadak2 & the privilege of being directed by you. Shukriya!". While Alia wrote simply Sadak 2 with a heart tagging all the star cast and the director.
Have a look at the teaser:
Superstar Sanjay Dutt and Pooja will be seen reprising the lead roles and now the 2nd daughter of Mahesh Bhatt, Alia Bhatt alongside Aditya Roy Kapoor are also in the movie.
Talking about the upcoming flick Mahesh Bhatt had told a leading daily," Sanjay who was 32 when we made the original, comes back as a 54-year-old Ravi into the 21st-century world that is collapsing in front of his eyes, where the distinction between the house and the ‘sadak’ is fast disappearing. The story has the emotional connect of the films I made back in the’90s which brought a lump to the throats of the viewer. I could see that in the reaction of those present in the narration. They were visibly moved".