Sadak 2 has been into buzz for quite a long time now. It had been Mahesh Bhatt’s long cherished dream to make the sequel given the success of the first film. There were rumours doing rounds that the film will see Pooja and Alia Bhatt playing a mother-daughter duo in the film. Earlier today, on the occasion of Mahesh Bhatt’s 70th birthday, Alia Bhatt took to the Instagram to announce the sequel of Sanjay Dutt and Pooja Bhatt’s 1991 hit film. The cast of the film has also been revealed and the romantic thriller film will feature Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapoor alongside the original star cast.

Sanjay Dutt, Pooja Bhatt And Alia Bhatt Starrer Sadak 2 To Go On Floors Early Next Year?

Sanjay Dutt, Pooja Bhatt And Alia Bhatt Starrer Sadak 2 To Go On Floors Early Next Year?

Sharing the video, Alia Bhatt wrote, “Sadak 2 – A Mahesh Bhatt Film ❤️ @maheshfilm @poojab1972 @duttsanjay #adityaroykapoor.”

Alia also wrote a heartfelt note on her father’s birthday. Sharing a picture, she captioned it as, “Dear Daddy,

On your 70th Birthday you have given me the greatest present I could ask and dream for. You are directing me! Sadak 2 is a dream come true.. What I thought will never be possible you have made possible. Thank you daddy from the bottom of my heart, soul and bones. This will be a journey of discovery.. Of life, movies, feeling and most of all.. Of a father and daughter. I love you my not-so-old man! Happy Birthday 💕.”

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Sadak 2 – A Mahesh Bhatt Film ❤️ @maheshfilm @poojab1972 @duttsanjay #adityaroykapoor

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This is how Alia wished her daddy on his 70th birthday:


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Speaking about Sadak 2, Mahesh Bhatt had told a leading tabloid, “Sanjay who was 32 when we made the original, comes back as a 54-year-old Ravi into the 21st-century world that is collapsing in front of his eyes, where the distinction between the house and the ‘sadak’ is fast disappearing. The story has the emotional connect of the films I made back in the’90s which brought a lump to the throats of the viewer. I could see that in the reaction of those present in the narration. They were visibly moved.” Well, we certainly can’t wait for the film to go on floors soon. What about you? Let me know in the comments’ section below.