A path that leads nowhere…


Gurnaaz Kaur

A sequel nearly after 30 years and the story supposedly kickstarts from the place it left off. In this one, it’s Alia Bhatt’s character Aarya who has a determined want to achieve Mount Kailash for that’s her useless mom’s final want. Sanjay Dutt’s character Ravi Kishore from Sadak is her chauffeur. They are accompanied by Aarya’s boyfriend Vishal (Aditya Roy Kapur). This journey that kinds the plot is crammed with twists and turns.

First, a quick introduction to the lead characters. Ravi is suicidal as a result of he misplaced his spouse. Aarya Desai is combating for a reason behind unmasking faux godmen as a result of considered one of them, Gyaan Prakash (Makrand Deshpande), is instrumental in killing her mom.

Cut to the trip to Kailash. Now, how do Ravi and Aarya meet? Ravi Kishore is being handled in the identical psychiatric ward the place Aarya is taken for electrical shocks! When Aarya manages to flee from the hospital, she lands at Ravi’s doorstep.

Now, some keypoints. Ravi speaks to nothingness as a result of that’s how his Pooja communicates with him. He even manages to avert Aarya and Vishal’s dying, due to Pooja and the talks within the air. This isn’t all, because the movie reaches its dreary climax, Ravi fights the baddies, dies after being pumped with bullets however he wakes up when Pooja tells him that one of many villains remains to be alive. Sounds pathetic? There is extra. When Aarya and Vishal attain Kailash and scatter her mom’s ashes, the mountains speak to them. Unbelievable!

Oh, sure the montages from the unique Sadak maintain reminding you that what you might be watching is a poor shadow of the previous. What was Mahesh Bhatt considering whereas making this movie? Probably he wasn’t considering in any respect. And what have been actors like Sanjay Dutt, Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapur considering once they signed this venture? Maybe that they had nothing higher in life to do. Take this path at your personal danger.



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