Ajay Devgn and Rakul Preet Singh are presently promoting their forthcoming semi thriller drama Runway 34. The sources recently met up with them and had a conversation. Of course, the talk seldom stays focused on the current film and accidentally drifts to other topics. During the talk with actors, the sources addressed their next ventures, with Drishyam 2, the much anticipated followup to Ajay Devgn’s original 2015 adaptation of the legendary Malayalam film, being one among them.
“Drishyam 2 should come much later this year itself,” Ajay Devgn stated, when asked when the follow up will be released and how similar or different it will be from the Mohanlal starrer (for the uninformed, the Bollywood followup is also focused on the Malayalam followup). We’ve done a few alterations, but the movie’s core and key idea stay the same (as in the Malayalam film from 2021).”
In the same discussion, the celebrity was asked if Bollywood is really concerned about South movies, also known as pan-India movies, or if it’s merely a notion fueled by social media talk, adding, “The same thing was claimed about Tinseltown a long while ago, but nothing occurred.” As a result, these issues will always be discussed, but Bollywood will undoubtedly continue to thrive. More significantly, we must stop viewing our movies as films from distinct regions, such as the North or the South, and instead view them as flicks from India.”
In terms of the film itself, ever since the Runway 34 trailer was unveiled at the renowned PVR Infinity Mall in Andheri West, Mumbai, Maharashtra. The trailer launch will occur in the presence of the filmmaker and main lead (Ajay Devgn), including the rest of the cast, Rakul Preet Singh, Angira Dhar, and Aakanksha Singh, as well as a large media contingent. The flick has been generating a lot of buzz among everyone.