Sadak 2 Movie Review – Alia Bhatt: Climax of Sanjay Dutt’s fine film – ‘Ram Naam Satya Hai’
The story of the film begins with Aaliya taking revenge. Arya (Alia Bhatt) sets out to take revenge on her aunt, who is now her stepmother. Because in the greed of wealth, along with her father, she has murdered her mother. At the same time, the father has also been made a blind devotee. With this, Arya has been declared insane so that no one believes her words. But Alia prepares an army of her own on social media to fight this entire religious guru and Baba’s business. But is there really enough power in this army that Arya can take revenge from him. This is not the story of the film at all.
the story turns
Because the story of the film changes after Arya meets Ravi (Sanjay Dutt). Ravi, whose late wife Pooja (Pooja Bhatt) made the last booking of his travel company in Arya’s name. Arya and Ravi embark on a journey together to expose Arya’s babas and fight superstition. But when this road ends and reaches the destination, then the film becomes the story of Ekta Kapoor serial of a family. Where there are some intrigues, some secrets and some masks.
In the film, Alia Bhatt sees a father in Sanjay Dutt who she could not find. And in Alia Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt sees the daughter whom his wife went to adopt, but could not come back alive. This father and daughter chemistry between the two has become good and both seem to be trying their best to play it. But if no one supports him, it is the screenplay of Mahesh Bhatt and Suhrita Sengupta in the film.
The main characters of the film are only two – Arya (Alia Bhatt) and Ravi (Sanjay Dutt). Interestingly, both are psychopaths. And both have tried their best to play their characters well. But in some scenes where Sanjay Dutt is seen holding the character too much, Alia is seen leaving her character.
Whatever work has come in the part of Aditya Roy Kapur, he has done it as he could. Despite being a strong character, he doesn’t seem to leave his mark anywhere in the film. The main plot of the film was Dharmaguru and Dhongi Baba in the part of Makrand Deshpande, but the graph of his character is so loose that there was no scope to make an impact in it. If there is a faint star in this weak story, it is Jisshu Sengupta who plays his character brilliantly. Priyanka Bose does not have many scenes but she also leaves her mark.
To prove the film a sequel, an attempt has been made to connect the road to the road in a random manner. For this, street flashback scenes have been used so much in the film that you will start getting bored. Pooja Bhatt is present in the film only in the scenes of her first film. The film was a story of a journey but there is nothing in this journey that can be remembered. If anyone can ever catch this loose story of Mahesh Bhatt, then it is the acting of the stars.