Amitabh Bachchan, Sidharth Malhotra, Akshaye Khanna starrer will kick off the primary schedule of their upcoming movie Aankhen 2 from Could 2021.
Within the 2002 movie Aankhen, the cine lovers noticed three blind males efficiently rob a financial institution, and now, the sequel of the identical will quickly go on the flooring. Within the sequel, solely Amitabh Bachchan’s character Vijay Singh Rajput, who performed the mastermind within the authentic thriller, will stay fixed. Over the previous few years, by way of the manufacturing home, casting and director, the sequel has undergone a number of adjustments. Aside from Huge B, the movie can even star Sidharth Malhotra, Akshaye Khanna and Sunil Grover in key roles.
The movie will likely be helmed by Abhinay Deo, who earlier directed Delhi Stomach. Now, in accordance with a Mid-Day report, the filmmaker goes to start the primary schedule in Could 2021. Vijay Singh Rajput aka Amitabh’s character will take the story ahead. Whereas talking with Mid-Day, a commerce supply stated, “The heist in Aankhen 2 is being deliberate on a grander scale. The temperamental Vijay Singh Rajput returns after serving his jail sentence and leads a brand new group of visually-impaired individuals, performed by Sidharth, Akshaye and Sunil, as they rob a gaming institution.”
He additionally stated that contemplating the story is about overseas, the unit has accomplished recce within the UK and Bulgaria. And if all goes properly then the three actors will kick off the primary schedule from Could 20. Speaking concerning the newest addition to the movie, Sidharth Malhotra, the supply stated that he’s presently taking pictures for Mission Majnu in Lucknow, and can start prep from mid-April.
Nonetheless, however, the filmmaker stated that Mr Bachchan, Akshaye Khanna and Sidharth Malhotra are a part of Aankhen 2 whereas they’re within the strategy of finalising the fourth actor. “At this level, I can’t touch upon anything as there’s no surety concerning the taking pictures schedule,” Deo said.
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