Sanjay Dutt, Pooja Bhatt starrer Sadak 2 will go on floors in February 2019; Alia may play pivotal role
While Mohit Suri was reportedly considered for directing Sadak 2, Mahesh Bhatt is keen on having Pooja helm the Sanjay Dutt starrer.
Pooja Bhatt-Sanjay Dutt starrer Sadak 2 will go on floors in 2019 and will have her younger sister Alia Bhatt in a pivotal role too.
Mid-Day reports that Pooja might direct the film herself. Though Mohit Suri was also considered, this time Mahesh Bhatt wishes Pooja to helm the sequel to the 1991 hit.
Responding to the rumors of her directing the film, Pooja Bhatt told Mid-Day, "I can't say it's true neither can I say it's untrue. All I can say right now is that we roll in February, 2019, and it will be a start-to-finish schedule."
The deal with Sanjay, on the other hand, is finalised but he is yet to sign the papers. Sadak 2 has been written for Sanjay Dutt keeping his earlier character, Ravi, in mind.
A recent picture of Sanjay and Mahesh Bhatt together sharing a candid moment was shared by Pooja Bhatt on her Instagram handle. The picture spoke of the bond between the three and got a lot of attention from all around.
And Mahesh whispers to Sanju what Shiva is really all about- “Shiva is an illuminator, protector, teacher of the ultimate wisdom in silence. We get comfort only when we abandon everything that we hold dearly to ourselves and seek refuge in that Rudra , totally resigning, and surrendering to that energy!” #Shiva #Mahesh #Sadak2 #actorsanddirectors #sanjaydutt #maheshbhatt #tattoo #shivatattoo #behindthescenes #candidcamera
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