Alia Bhatt-Aditya Roy Kapur starrer Sadak 2 plot revealed!
Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt is juggling multiple projects from Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Inshallah or Sadak 2. The actress who will collaborate with filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt for the first time has already started preparing for the movie with dialogue recital opposite Aditya Roy Kapur.
The film which is the sequel to Mahesh Bhatt's 1991 hit movie, Sadak also marks the filmmaker's comeback after 20 years. It will also feature Sanjay Dutt and Pooja Bhatt in key roles who played leads in the original.
While, in Sadak tells the story of a young man falls in love with a prostitute, but must battle countless social norms in order to stay with her, while facing the gloomy world she comes from, a report in Mumbai Mirror has stated that Sadak 2 will revolve around the protagonist’s (Alia) encounters with a godman.
Talking about the same, a source told the publication, "Alia’s character is out to expose a fake guru who runs an ashram. She is accompanied by Sanjay’s (Dutt) character in this journey. Sanjay has already started prep with Bhatt saab. They start shooting in a fortnight."
The publication also quizzed Mahesh Bhatt about his upcoming movie. Replying to the same, he said, "Sadak 2 is about love, loss and redemption. To simplify a heartfelt narrative like this is to falsify it. You would be trivialising the essence of the film by suggesting that Sadak 2 is just this." The filmmaker is yet to announce who will play the godman in the movie.
Sadak 2 is scheduled to release in March next year. The movie will also feature Aditya Roy Kapur and Gulshan Grover in lead roles.
The film reportedly will refilm Tumhe Apna Banane Ki Kasam song from the original movie.
The actress has earlier expressed her nervousness to work with her dad, Bhatt. "It will never be easy as I don't know him as a director, I know him as a dad. Working with him as a director will be a different ball game altogether. I am excited. It is an exciting film," she said PTI
Sadak 2 is scheduled to hit the screens on March 25, next year.