Bhatt family is busy in shooting for Sadak 2, which is the sequel of Sadak that featured Pooja Bhatt and Sanjay Dutt in the lead role. Sadak 2 features Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapur with Pooja and Sanjay Dutt. Sadak 2 is really a special film for the Bhatt family, as Mahesh Bhatt is directing a film after good 20 years, Pooja Bhatt is making a comeback with this film and Sadak 2 would mark the first collaboration of father-daughter duo Mahesh and Alia Bhatt.
The shooting of the film commenced on 18th May 2019 and is set to hit the theatres on 10th July 2020. Now completing the second schedule of the film, Alia Bhatt with the team of Sadak 2 will head over to Mysore for the next schedule where Aditya Roy Kapur would also join her.
Alia Bhatt shared a picture of herself with her sister Pooja Bhatt from the sets of Sadak 2, captioning it “priceless moments with the big sister.. ☀️ #sadak2 #sadak2diaries”
Recently, in an interview, when asked about how it feels to work with your father Alia Bhatt shared that she still sometimes wonders if she has managed to develop the director-actor relationship with Mahesh Bhatt “or is it still that he’s my father?”
She said,“I am still confused and I think by the end of the film I will realize what was our director-actor relationship. But he is an absolute delight to work with. It’s unbelievable how clear he is. His energy transcends all of us. He could be having high fever but he just doesn’t stop. He is so generous with actors.”
“He doesn’t sit behind the monitor. He’s just behind the camera, near the actors. I was doing an emotional scene and I didn’t plan to cry but I just started crying. He started crying while I was and I felt him cry and I broke out of the moment for a second and was like ‘that’s my Dad crying, I can’t see him cry’ and I started crying even more!” she added.
The Gully Boy actress also said that how the experience of working on the film made her feel connected with her father more.
“This is that one film I don’t care about the outcome. The joy that I had to be connected with my father, to work with him, he’s like a newborn baby on set. It’s just amazing,” she added.
As mentioned earlier, Sadak 2 is the sequel of romantic thriller Sadak that released in 1991 and was one of the highest-grossing Hindi movies of the year. Inspired by the 1976 American film Taxi Driver, it made buzz for its popular musical and late Sadashiv Amrapurkar’s award-winning performance as the villain.