Ram Gopal Varma’s Satya 2 is one of the much awaited movies of this year. The director who created a whole new genre-Mumbai Noir- with the movie Satya, fifteen years ago, says this is will probably be the last gangster film he makes. The high octane action packed movie is scheduled to be released on October 25th. Bollywood Celebden Presents Satya 2 Preview.
Directed by: Ram Gopal Varma
Produced by: M Samanth Kumar Reddy
Written by : Radhika Anand
Starring : Puneet Singh Ratn, Anaika Soti, Aradhana Gupta.
The movie starts off with a retirement speech by Purushottam Naik who is the Joint Comissioner of Police. He says the underworld in Mumbai is now a dead entity but that does not mean the Police can relax. As long as there is greed for money and rebelliousness against the system, there is always a chance for a new underworld to spring up. It all depends on one person; someone who has that urge to climb up to the top slot.
As he says this, Satyendra, a young man gets off a train at Mumbai’s Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus. He contacts his friend Naara, who is a struggling wannabe film-maker. Satya (Satyendra), joins a real estate firm and slowly gets involved in the world of crime when he kills a rival real estate businessman. His clout increases as he starts using his brains and manipulates his way into the underworld.
In a smart decision, he starts promoting the brand value of his crime company “G Company”; instead of promoting himself. No one, including his wife, knows that he is the head of the only and most powerful crime company in Mumbai. Unlike other ‘dons’ who run their operations in Mumbai from abroad, this man does it from his nondescript 2 room apartment.
Meanwhile, he plans and executes an operation that gets him political power; media influence and also clout over police and businessmen. What happens then and how he rises up forms the story. The makers ensure there is enough action to keep the audiences on a constant nail-biting frenzy till the movie ends in an emotionally overwhelming climax. Wait for it folks!