Sadak 2 Full Movie Review

Sadak 2 Full Movie Review

The latest new Bollywood movie Sadak 2 movie has been released. Today I will discuss the Sadak 2 full movie review. 

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Review By Indian Express

Ratings: 3.5/5

Review By: Shubhra (Critic)

It’s hard to believe that this comes from Mahesh Bhatt’s baton, who has given us such classics as Arth, Naam, and the 1999 Zakhm, which spoke so eloquently and emotively to the growing rift between religions, and people. That was a landmark film. In his best work, Bhatt had the ability to catch the flavor of the moment and translate that into the smart mainstream fare, and it was a wrench when he decided to stop directing

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Review By Bollywood Hungama

Ratings: 1/5

Review By: Hungama (Critic)

Sanjay Dutt is the best highlight of the film. He is in his element and manages to give a convincing performance. He also looks quite dapper. Alia Bhatt too puts in her best but is let down by the weak script. She, too, looks quite ravishing. Aditya Roy Kapur is fine but he hardly gets scope in the second half. Pooja Bhatt is not there in the film at all and only her voice is heard. Makarand Deshpande hams all the way and comes across as a weak villain. Jisshu Sengupta also overacts a lot.

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Review By Filmcompanion

Ratings: N/A

Review By: Anupama Chopra (Critic)

Aditya Roy Kapur looks dazed and Alia Bhatt is confused. Unlike Pooja in Sadak, Aarya isn’t a damsel in distress waiting to be rescued. She actively drives the action, which is the one sign that this is a 2020 film. But even an actor of Alia’s caliber can’t do much with such sloppy storytelling and clumsy dialogue. In one scene, Aarya says emphatically about Ravi, “He knows me and understands me”. I wish we could all find chauffeurs like this.

Review By NDTV

Ratings: 1.5/5

Review By: Saibal (Critic)

The only woman in the film who is in a safe corner is the girl’s mausi-turned-mother. But then this is a world where, as one character declares, there is neither love nor God. In the same breath, he says that “there is no busines like the God business”. If that isn’t swaying between two extremes, what is?

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Review By Times Of India

Ratings: 2/5

Review By: Pallabi (Critic)

Alia Bhatt, who is known for her fine performances on screen, falls flat this one time. Apart from a few emotional scenes, this act – by her own high standards – is strictly average. Aditya Roy Kapur doesn’t have much role to play besides looking smoking hot and after a point, he appears aloof and even takes a back seat. Sanjay Dutt pulls off his emotional scenes quite well with those welled-up bulgy eyes doing all the talking.

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Sadak 2 Movie Run Time

1h 53m

Release Date Of Sadak 2

Sadak 2 Launched On August 28, 2020

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