Malang producer reveals film's sequel is underway, says director Mohit Suri is working on its script

Billed as a romantic-thriller, Malang was produced by T-Series and Luv Films. It released earlier this year

Press Trust of India May 19, 2020 18:59:58 IST
Malang producer reveals film's sequel is underway, says director Mohit Suri is working on its script

Makers of Aditya Roy Kapur, Disha Patani-starrer Malang have revealed that the work on the film's sequel is already underway.

Directed by Mohit Suri, the film also featured Anil Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu. It was released earlier this year.

Malang producer reveals films sequel is underway says director Mohit Suri is working on its script

Aditya Roy Kapur, Disha Patani in a still from Malang. YouTube

Producer Ankur Garg said Suri, along with filmmaker Luv Ranjan, is currently working on the script.

"We are thankful to the audience who has shown such a phenomenal response to our film Malang after the theatres, now on OTT. While people are enjoying Malang on Netflix- Yes, we are coming up with Malang 2. Mohit and Luv are working on the sequel and more details will follow soon,' Garg said in a statement.

Set in Goa, the romantic-thriller was produced by T-Series and Luv Films. The film reunited Suri and Aditya after their blockbuster hit Aashiqui 2.

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