Neither Aditya nor Disha in Malang sequel !!! : After the super success of Malang’s, director Mohit Suri and team are set to work for the sequel of Malang. Film Malang showed tremendous reviews from the audience and the critics too. Aditya-Disha’s lovely pair sprinkled magic to the box offices and the makers were also quite impressed by the response.
Soon after the success, the news for the sequel was heard and Aditya-Disha’s successfully pairing for part 2 was the assumption by almost everyone. But the makers had other plans for the sequel.
Director Mohit Suri had requested Shardha Kapoor for a small voiceover at the end of the film with a hint that she could be part of a possible sequel. After a fortnight of contretemps, the final reports promise Shardha as the lead female role in Malang’s sequel and Aditya will not be her co-star in the film. A source also reveals that the sequel will be backed by the same producers Bhusan Kumar, Ankur Garg, Luv Ranjan, who bankrolled Malang, the source also reveals that cast will not be the same.
Talking about the male lead role, the column was still empty. As Shradha was already told for Malang 2 there are also chances that Sidharth Malhotra playing the male lead. The Handsome Sidharth Malhotra has earlier worked with Mohit Suri in a thriller movie, Ek villain.
As per sources, The team does not repeat the lead cast but there are chances for cameos. The Team of Malang seems confirmed with the female lead as Sradha but there is a bemuse that Sidharth will be the lead male.
Interestingly, a report closely associated with the project also says “Sidharth is at the top of the list. They are waiting for the lockdown to get over to pitch to him. Mohit has just finished the scripts and his good relation will Sidharth promises the project to go in a good flow.”
Moreover, Malang part 1 starring Aditya and Disha was overloaded with great reviews.
Rotten tomatoes, A well know film reviewer rated it 80%. IMDB 6.5 showed for this movie which is quite good for a movie of this genre in Bollywood. Times of India reviewed “ no uni-dimensional characters in the movie makes it interesting with a full bag packed of action diving straight into the dram”.