Nearly seven months back it was reported that Sanjay would be working with Mahesh Bhatt in the remake of 'Sadak 2'.
According to media reports, Sanjay Dutt would not be playing Alia Bhatt's father.
The 1991 superhit was the second-highest-grossing Hindi movie of the year and the seventh-highest-grossing Hindi film of the '90s decade, with a groundbreaking musical score.
In September 2018, Sanjay Dutt took to social media to express gratitude to Bhatt for 'giving him Sadak' and how he is proud to take the journey with him again.
Thank you for giving me #Sadak bhatt saab. Wish you a very Happy Birthday. I love you!— Sanjay Dutt (@duttsanjay) September 20, 2018
Proud to take this journey with you again @MaheshNBhatt & @PoojaB1972. #Sadak2 on 25th March 2020. Looking forward to working with @aliaa08 & #AdityaRoyKapoor.#MukeshBhatt @VisheshFilms pic.twitter.com/BaI6a4yUTO
For the first time Mahesh Bhatt's daughters Pooja and Alia will be seen together which also stars Aditya Roy Kapur in the lead.
Pooja Bhatt was last seen in an English language film called 'Everybody Says I'm Fine' in 2001.
The movie is slated to hit theatres on March 25, 2020.
The original ‘Sadak’ had Sanjay Dutt, Pooja Bhatt, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Deepak Tijori, and Neelima Azeem as the cast.