Sadak 2 Movie Review 

Sadak 2 Movie Review

 Sadak 2 Movie Review

This is what we call lifting from where we put the baton because director Mahesh Bhatt’s film has gone beyond the ’90s or perhaps the’ 80s or ’70s, depending on the timezone you have made the bad film. Cast: Alia Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt, Aditya Roy Kapur, Jisshu Sengupta, Gulshan Grover, Makrand Deshpande /Director: Mahesh Bhatt. It’s so horrible that you’d prefer to take a road other than this one, which is full of potholes.Promised by Tracker Sadak 2 which is a truck load of dislikes not understood it’s bad. As far as the story goes, it is perfectly suited for Alia Bhatt to play a supporting veteran character in a film with at least 10 minutes of footage originally from Sadak (1991).



 

They used a hit song from the past Sanjay Dutt reminding us that we once ran behind high-waist pants, and the silhouettes were fashionable for Bollywood DOPS. And the sequel is named Sadak 2 because there is a road trip. The film is so simple! So, taxi driver Robbie (Sanjay Dutt) wants to lose his wife but the ceiling fan has given up. After making some sarcastic remarks about mental health while trying to be anxious, he agreed to take Arya (Alia Bhatt) and Vishal (Aditya Roy Kapoor) to Ranikhet. Other things that happen on the streets include Bishal’s drinking problem and some big revelations about Jisshu Sengupta’s complex position as a businessman and father. Then Makrand is in Deshpande but he deserves a separate paragraph, so we will come back to him later. It was similar to an ordinary Mahesh Bhatt with only Avatar Gill, though several characters seem presentable to him. It’s like a movie where the characters announce their arrival with a weird melodic whistle or just blurring a very bad line.

Surprising to see the early actors submit to such a poorly written script and then they translated everything on screen with even worse body language and movement. An unarmed man is trying to wrestle five people, a woman is swaying as if she has more than half a kilo of vermilion on her forehead and Aditya Roy Kapoor, who is addicted again. There is a kind of competition to see and act in the weather. And before I forget there is an owl named Kumbhakarna who attacks the bad guys on Dutt’s orders. If he sent an owl to the author! On paper, the picture is about a godman and his exploits, but in reality, it’s supposed to be a sociopath for no reason.



 

In fact, you will feel bad about Alia Bhatt and Sanjay Dutt, who probably wouldn’t have done this film without Mahesh Bhatt. It’s worse than Mr. X, who has a ‘Brahmarakshas’. But did you know it really hurt me? A character who says, You can kill me without gold You can’t die without me. What can I do! I paid a heavy price, only you could save. It’s the Hindi film of the year with such recognizable faces I’m not just going with zero because it also has Akshay Anand, he still looks the same.

Rating: 1.9/5

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