The budget for the film Sadak 2 is around 18 to 20 crores and it was sold to Disney+Hotstar for around 40 crores. However, the film was not released in the theaters, as it was plagued by coronavirus. To make the movie more commercially viable, the makers sold the film’s satellite rights to the streaming service. They are currently receiving mixed reviews from the audience. In this article, we’ll discuss how the film made its profit.
The trailer of the film was initially set to release on August 11, but Sanjay Dutt was rushed to the hospital after he was diagnosed with lung cancer. The trailer is now set to be released on August 12. The film is expected to cost around 35-40 crores, which is within the budget of Bollywood movies. Considering its size and cast, the budget of the movie will be much lower than its predecessor. The film’s trailer is also expected to draw positive reviews from audiences.
The plot of the film is surprisingly weak. The protagonist, Ravi, is suicidal because his wife, Pooja, died in a car crash. He subsequently meets Aryaa, a wealthy heiress who has been attempting to run away from her Daddy. The movie’s villains, Vishal and Aditya, are both cold and uninspired. Sadly, the movie does not make the best use of its two leading actors.
Despite the modest budget, the movie has received mixed reviews from critics and the public. While the cast is great, some of the movie’s production values are not. Despite its modest budget, many of its scenes were filmed in Afghanistan, Bishkek, and Punjab. Despite all of the controversy, the film is scheduled to release in July 2020. Although it’s hard to tell how the budget of Sadak 2 came to be, it is still worth checking out if it will make its mark on the box office.
If you haven’t seen the Hindi-language film Sadak 2, you have missed out on a great opportunity to see a re-make of the 1991 blockbuster. The sequel stars Sanjay Dutt, Alia Bhatt, and Aditya Roy Kapoor, and returns Mahesh Bhatt to direct for the first time in two decades. Unfortunately, this film has not received the glowing reviews that its 1991 predecessor did, and has been given a 1.1 rating on IMDB.
Fortunately, it isn’t the first Bollywood movie to receive this poor rating. In fact, Sadak 2 is the lowest-rated Bollywood film on IMDb. As of this writing, Sadak 2 has only received 9821 votes from moviegoers, putting it below some of the best and most critically acclaimed Bollywood films. Unlike other popular Bollywood movies, Sadak 2 is a flop – and it’s not a good sign for the upcoming OTT release.