The makers of much-anticipated Sadak sequel on Thursday revealed the film’s release date. The movie will begin streaming on the OTT platform Disney+ Hotstar from August 28. Sadak 2 is a sequel to 1991 hit film Sadak, which was helmed by Mahesh Bhatt himself. He has returned to direct the second installment in the franchise.
Sadak 2 features Sanjay Dutt, Alia Bhatt, Aditya Roy Kapur, Pooja Bhatt, Jisshu Sengupta, Makarand Deshpande, Gulshan Grover, Priyanka Bose, Mohan Kapur and Akshay Anand.
Alia Bhatt took to her social media handles to reveal the release date. She tweeted, “Sadak 2, the road to love streaming on @DisneyPlusHotstarVIP from 28 August #DisneyPlusHotstarMultiplex #AdityaRoyKapur @poojab1972 #MukeshBhatt #SuhritaSengupta @mohankapur #akshayanandd.”
Sadak 2, the road to love streaming on @DisneyPlusHotstarVIP from 28 August #DisneyPlusHotstarMultiplex #AdityaRoyKapur @poojab1972 #MukeshBhatt #SuhritaSengupta @mohankapur #akshayanandd pic.twitter.com/nbLPnSOx35
— Alia Bhatt (@aliaa08) August 6, 2020
During the announcement of Sadak 2’s release on Disney+ Hotstar, Alia penned a heartfelt note, “The journey of Sadak began with three people – Mahesh Bhatt, Pooja Bhatt and Sanjay Dutt. Aditya (Roy Kapur) and I are newbies in this Sadak universe. This film is way more than a film for me because this is homecoming in its true sense. The entire family has got together to make this film, and hence the emotions were at a different level altogether.”
The actor added, “It’s a continuation and not a recreation of the already existing Sadak. Ravi’s journey goes forward, and he meets two new people. Sadak 2 is the road to love and has different love stories. There’s also a thrill to it because Maharani was a very iconic villain of that time. Even this time, the villain is very different. It’ll be totally unexpected. Also, when I was a kid, I used to be so excited about the songs in my father’s films. I would dream about me featuring in his songs. That came true. Today, I can proudly say that I have become a small part of the Bhatt camp’s songs.”