Sadak 2 (transl. Street 2) is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language road drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt and produced by Mukesh Bhatt under their banner Vishesh Films. The film is the sequel to the 1991 film Sadak. The sequel stars Sanjay Dutt, Pooja Bhatt, Alia Bhatt, Jisshu Sengupta and Aditya Roy Kapur.The film marks Mahesh Bhatt’s return as a director after 20 years. The shooting began on 18 May 2019.
Aarya Desai vandalises a placard of Guru Gyaan Prakash. She is stopped by her step-mother Nandini, her father Yogesh, and Gyaan Prakash’s ashram people.
30 years later
Ravi Kishore Verma is now an elderly man who has recently lost the woman he loves, Pooja. He unsuccessfully attempts suicide. His friend John takes him to the hospital, where the doctor asks him to admit himself in a mental rehab, which he refuses.
The next day, Aarya runs away from her home. She arrives at Ravi’s home stating that she had made a booking to Kailash three months before. Ravi tries explaining to her that he has shut down his business and attempts to call the police, but she gets irritated and slits her wrists. Ravi then takes her to the hospital.
Once back from the hospital, Ravi takes Aarya to his house, where Aarya convinces him to take her to Kailash for the sake of Pooja and gives her a letter with Pooja’s handwriting. He agrees.
Nandini and Yogesh meanwhile go to Gyaan Prakash with Commissioner Rajesh Puri. Gyaan Prakash then says that Aarya will be killed by her own blood.
During the journey, Aarya tells Ravi about her mission to stop Guru Gyaan Prakash and all other fake gurus. Her evil aunt, Nandini, had killed Aarya’s mother, married Yogesh and started using their wealth to run Gyaan Prakash’s ashram.
She then recounts meeting Vishal and initially fighting with him but reconciling and falling in love over a seminar exposing fake gurus. After her home is vandalised, they go into hiding. One day, they are asked to visit someone who had proof against the gurus. However, it turned out to be an ambush, with Vishal killing the hitman in self-defense.
Ravi then picks up Vishal from jail. Yogesh and Nandini find the reunion of Vishal and Aarya in the security footage. Later, an irritated Vishal decides to call a friend and the couple goes away with him. However, their friend takes them to an abandoned factory and runs away. They are then cornered by a gangster named Dilip Hathkaaka. Ravi arrives and saves the couple.
While resting at a stop, Vishal confesses that his real name is Munna Chavan. He says that he came to Mumbai to win a reality show but ended up becoming a drug addict. He was helped by Guru Gyaan Prakash’s men. He was chosen by them to pretend to fall in love with Aarya and then kill her. However, upon attending Aarya’s seminars, he started questioning his own belief.
Ravi then takes them to his friend John’s house. While going inside the house, Ravi imagines Pooja’s ghost stopping them. After a gunfight, the trio manage to escape and celebrate Aryaa’s birthday.
It is revealed that Yogesh had planned the killing of his first wife. He then kills Nandini.
In the end, Ravi dies after killing Yogesh and Gyaan Prakash and imagines Pooja calling out to him. Aarya then performs his last rites. It is also shown that Aarya has won her battle against fake gurus.
Sanjay Dutt as Ravi Kishore Verma
Alia Bhatt as Aarya Desai/Misha Verma
Aditya Roy Kapur as Vishal Thakur/Munna Chauhan, Aarya’s love interest
Jisshu Sengupta as Yogesh Desai, Aarya’s father
Pooja Bhatt as Pooja Verma, a ghost (special appearance)
Gulshan Grover as Dilip Hathkaatha
Makarand Deshpande as Guruji Gyaan Prakash
Priyanka Bose as Nandini Desai, Aarya’s step-mother
Mohan Kapoor as Commissioner Rajesh Puri (as Mohan Kapur)
Akshay Anand as John
Javed Khan Amrohi as Pakya
Akash Khurana as Psychiatrist
Himanshu Bhatt as Gaurav
Digvijay Purohit as Sunil
Anil George as Om
Jahangir Karkaria as Dr. Dastur
Babrak Akbari as killers
Soni Arora as Shakuntala Desai, Aarya’s mother
Abdul Quadir Amin
Vaibhav Choudhary as Divyansh
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