|Movie Name||Sadak 2 (2020)|
|Movie Genre||Drama Movie|
|Directed by||Mahesh Bhatt|
|Produced by||Mukesh Bhatt|
|Music Director||Jeet Ganguly Ankit Tiwari Nadeem Shravan|
|Star Cast||Sanjay Dutt, Alia Bhatt, Pooja Bhatt, Aditya Roy Kapur, Gulshan Grover, Makarand Deshpande, Jisshu Sengupta, Mohammed Iqbal Khan, Priyanka Bose, Akshay Anand, Narendra Singh Dhami,|
|Release Date||28 Aug, 2020 (India)|
|Movie Budget||Not Available Cr. (Estimated)|
|Box Office Collection||N.A. Cr. Approximately (Worldwide)|
|Rating||IMDB: 1.8 Bollywood Product: 3|
Sadak 2 (2020) is an upcoming Bollywood Romantic Thriller Movie scheduled to be released on 28 August on OTT Platform Hotstar + Disney.
Sadak 2 is a sequel of 1991 Movie Sadak produced and directed by Mahesh Bhatt. Sadak (1991) got commercial success on Box Office by earning 11.6 Crores (Worldwide) and became one of the top 10 Highest Grossing Movies of Bollywood of 1991. Sanjay Dutt and Pooja Bhatt played lead roles in the movie. Sadak 2 starts where the Sadak (1991) ends.
Sanjay Dutt, Pooja Bhatt, Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapur are there in the pivotal roels. Jisshu Sengupta, Gulshan Grover, Makrand Deshpande, Mohammed Iqbal Khan, Priyanka Bose, Akshay Anand and Raj Kumar Bhutani play supporting roles in the movie.
Director - Mahesh Bhatt
Producer - Mukesh Bhatt
Production Company - Vishesh Films and Fox Star Studios
Screenplay - Mahesh Bhatt
Cinematographer - Jay I. Patel
Editor - Sandeep Kurup
Sadak 2 is story of Shreya Parekh (Alia Bhatt) who sets out to expose a fake Godman (Makrand Deshpande). Ravi Verma (Sanjay Dutt) helps Shreya in her way to unmask the fake guru. It would be interesting to see Makrand Deshpande in the role of Godman inspite of the fact that the Bollywood Bad Man Gulshan Grover is also present in the movie.
Also see Sadak (1991)
A number of music composer have worked for the movie including Sandeep Chauta, Ankit Tiwari, Jeet Ganguli, Prashant Pillai, Suniljeet and duo Samidh-Urvi. However, they could not even touch the music glory of Sadak (1991).
There is absolutely no hesitation in saying that the song music of the film is as bad as the film. However, when the song Hum Tere Bin Kahin Reh Nahi Paate from Sadak (1991), plays in background, you get a bit relaxed.
Since Road 2 is a sequel to the 1991 film, it is natural to increase expectations from this film. There was something spectacular in the Film Sadak (1991), like its amazing and unforgettable songs. There were more than one song which is equally fantastic in today's context. There was a newness in the story of the Sadak and Mahesh Bhatt had given up everything in the direction of the film in 1991.
Attention was paid to the character of each small artists. And the biggest thing was that the public liked Sadak road very much and it became one of the Top 10 Highest Grossing Films of 1991..
In such a situation, it was not surprising to wake up to a lot of expectations from Sadak-2. But in the meantime, Sushant Singh's untimely demise in Bollywood and Mahesh Bhatt's association with him somehow led the people against Mahesh Bhatt. People decided to boycott this film and they showed their attitude on the first song put on YouTube.
This is perhaps the first time in Bollywood that a song from a big production house film has got more dislikes than likes. Now there was only one chance for the film to succeed and that is theh film should be good to watch.
There is nothing good in Sadak 2. There is nothing news in the story that people waste their precious time to see. And the screenplay has been written in such a poor way that it is not understood how any sensible film maker like Mahesh Bhat can write and accept that as a Director.
The film starts in a very slow way. Ravi Kishore's (Sanjay Dutt) wife Pooja (Pooja Bhatt) is no longer in this world, but has booked her travel company to visit Arya (Alia Bhatt) to Kailash. While Ravi Kishore does not want to live after worship. But his attempt to die also fails.
Aarya's mother passes away and Aaliya feels that she has been killed by her aunt Nandini and a fake Guru (Makarand Deshpande). Aaliya's father (Jishu Sengupta) has become a devotee of that Baba and all his funding is done by Jishu's money.
Nandini wants to prove Aarya mental unstable but Aarya runs away and reaches Ravi and asks him to take her to Kailash. Ravi does not want to live and he wants to close his travel company, but Aarya compels him to take her to Kailash as this was last Booking of his wife.
Now the story begins in which Vishal (Aditya Roy Kapur) also has an entry, who is supporting Aarya in exposing Fake Baba. Now Aarya wants to expose the imposter Baba whereas the Baba wants her dead. But Ravi is standing like a wall in the middle because according to the last wish of Pooja, he has to take Aarya to Kailash.
This kind of direction is not expected from Mahesh Bhatt. And what if you learn that he has also written the screenplay of this film. I did not understand what he thought and why he wrote this screenplay. Alia Bhatt is already doing a good job, so Mahesh Bhatt should not have to make a film for her.
The film runs at the speed of a turtle and the first 90 minutes of the film is too heavy to withstand. The film seems a man without head or legs. However, the film goes ahead in some way. Why it goes ahead incomprehensible. Poor screenplay at first and poor direction after that. What has happened to you Mahesh Bhatt?
If there is anything good in this film, it is Sanjay Dutt's body. He has worked very hard over his body. Makrand Deshpande is a very good artist, but why he was chosen for this role is inconceivable. Perhaps it was only because of the poor screenplay of the film that even good actor like Makarand seem to be overacting.
There is nothing left to say much, I just want to say that if you have a lot time to waste and you are a fan of Sanjay Dutt then you can watch this movie.
People are showing their hatred toward Mahesh Bhatt and they give a very bad rating of 1.2/10 on IMDB. However, the movie is really bad to watch. It becomes unbearable sometimes. Thus, after watching the movie Bollywood Product rates the film 3/10.