Satya 2 Telugu Movie Review:-
Release Date : Coming Soon
Cast And Crew : Sharwanand,Arun Gawli, Chota Rajan, Dawood patriarch, Chota Shakeel and Abu Salem.
Music :Vikram Biswas
Direction : Ram Gopal Varma
The first look trailer of Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Satya 2’ has been discharged currently. major newcomer Sharwanand, the film is sort of nearing its completion and it’ll be a bilingual project; being created in Hindi and Telugu…
The film is that the sequel of 1998’s well-acclaimed underworld adventure story ‘Satya’ – that feature JD Chakravarthy, Urmila Matondkar, Manoj Bajpayee and Shefali monarch.
The story of ‘Satya 2’revolves around a young man who is ready dead set reinvent the ruling laws of Mumbai’s mafia dons particularly Arun Gawli, Chota Rajan, Dawood patriarch, Chota Shakeel and Abu Salem.
Reflecting the standard RGV’s dark and gritty vogue, the trailer tries to convey that though Bombay has managed to curb the powers of underworld in current age, the spirit of underworld isn’t dead; instead it works in several manner.
The music of the film is by Vikram Biswas whereas Vikash Saraf has handled the picture taking. Bannered underneath Mammooth Media amusement Pvt Ltd., ‘Satya 2’ is predicted to hit the screens by this year finish.
Ram Gopal Varma is back with Satya 2, 15 years after he made Satya. The official trailer of Satya 2, in Telugu, was released this weekend and gives a glimpse into the tone and feel of the film which are very reminiscent of the late ’90s classic from RGV.
The director has said that he’s explored how criminals are using modern technology, but from the teaser, Satya 2 seems to be a good ol’ fashioned gangster movie, replete with guns, long knives and plenty of bloodshed.
The film’s lead actor Sharvanand appears to fit the role perfectly, striking the balance between romance, action and violence. The touch of romance in the trailer, featuring sequences with Sharvanand and the film’s leading lady, Anika, point to a soft side in the story that’s bound to have more than its share of blood and gore.
We can only hope that RGV has regained the master’s touch he displayed in Satya.