With the wave of “No more Nepotism” in the Indian Film Industry gaining motion, it has proved to become a storm for many. Be it celebrities, movies, songs or trailers. Everything and everyone is under the radar. On this note, the Mahesh Bhatt directed, Sadak 2 has received a lot of hatred. The trailer released on YouTube has become the most disliked video in the world. The audience reaction has been very clearly delivered.
The Star Cast
The cast members of the sequel, Sadak 2 include,
- Sanjay Dutt as Ravi Verma
- Alia Bhatt as Aayra
- Aditya Roy Kapur as Vishal
- Pooja Bhatt as Pooja Verma
- Makarand Deshpande
The trailer of Sadak 2 was released on YouTube on August 12, 2020. Since its release it has been trending on the platform, however for different reasons. The audience reaction on the trailer has been quite harsh as it received 12 million dislikes since its release.
Nevertheless, from the trailer it is clear that Sadak 2 is a continuation of its first film Sadak. If not a whole continued story then a deep reference has been taken from the first film. Sanjay Dutt and Pooja Bhatt starrer, Sadak was released back in the year 1991, becoming one of the highest grossing movies of its time.
The sequel, Sadak 2 also has a love plot going on between Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapur’s characters. Sanjay Dutt plays the owner of a driving agency. On a trip together these three characters develop a connection with each other and what happens next is quite blurry.
Although the movie seems to be an amalgamation of romance, action and some suspense, the plot is not very clear from the trailer.
Sadak 2 will release on 28th August this year. Due to the coronavirus pandemic the film could not get a theatrical release. However, it is going to release on Disney Plus Hotstar VIP.
Why is Sadak 2 getting so much hatred?
Despite Sadak being one of the highest grossing films, Sadak 2 is getting a significant amount of hatred and criticism, that too even before its release. An obvious reason for the same is the anti-nepotism drive that has been on its peak these days.
A very recent incident, Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise has fuelled the anti-nepotism attitude among the audience. And clearly the audience decides what they want to see and what they don’t want to see. This has created a direct impact on the Indian Film Industry. It is no less than a revolution, we can say, which is just the result of the audience reaction.