Sadak 2 is indeed the sequel to the critically acclaimed Bollywood film Sadak. It is a movie fueled by drama as well as mystery, some of which have been shown in the trailer and others which are cloaked in secrecy.
Here are some of the reasons why and how this may be a fascinating timepiece:
1. Mahesh Bhatt’s comeback as a director
After 22 years, Mahesh Bhatt returned to directing. Sadak was indeed a powerful drama that dealt with the world of darkness of pimping in 1991, and Sadak 2 is about the horrible realm of phoney godmen. According to the teaser, this may be just as nasty as that of the prequel.
2. Alia Bhatt is the second reason to watch
Sadak 2 may be watchable not just because Alia Bhatt interacts with her father for the first movie, but also because of her acting skills. Given her ability to easily integrate into these realms in movies like Raazi and Highway, this is also another further phenomenal performance.
3. Makarand Deshpande
We seldom ever see this performer in roles that really are worthy of his immense skill. We all remember Satya and Swades, but Deshpande has indeed been virtually absent from the silver screen. Bhatt previously handled him in Sir and Naajayaz, but he also portrays the antagonist in Sadak 2, a phoney godman who’s really accountable for a slew of ruined lives, including Alia Bhatt’s.
4. Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt’s role, a cab driver who finds love with just an escort and is becoming entangled in misery and mayhem, was among Sadak’s motivating forces. He’s missed the true love, portrayed by Pooja Bhatt, for over 3 decades. No one really understands what occurred or even how it occurred, yet Dutt, another talent capable of exploding when paired with proper script and director, must spark here either. Naam, Sadak, and Kabza are just a few of Bhatt as well as Dutt’s noteworthy collaborations.
Mahesh Bhatt’s greatest skill as a director has always been his ability to produce a frightening soundtrack. If history is any indication, it will almost certainly replay itself again.