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RGV releases trailer of Satya 2
Ram Gopal Varma has released the trailer of his next film Satya 2, the sequel to 1998 blockbuster Satya. Looking at the trailer, it can be said that this can be another promising film from RGV.

Satya, which was shocking blockbuster of 1998 made with just Rs 2 crore budget, generated a revenue of Rs 15.5 crore at the box office. It was the story of a simple boy who came to Mumbai looking for employment but instead gets sucked by the Mumbai underworld. Though lead role of Satya was played by J.D Chakravarthy, the limelight was taken by Manoj Bajpai who played Bhiku Mhatre.

Simple story with strong direction, script and actors, Satya made a great impact in late ’90s. With sudden release of Satya 2 trailer at a time when RGV is losing his touch, this film may have double impact on audience.

Satya 2 tells almost same story of a boy who comes to Mumbai to make it big and plans to earn Rs 10,000 crore by creating terror in government. On one side, it will put pressure on RGV as audience will compare it with the success of his earlier film, but on the other side, it also gives RGV another chance to prove his capability.

The trailer of Satya 2 shows how the old underworld dons like Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel, Abu Salem and Chhota Rajan have now become criminally inactive and the city of Mumbai seems ripe for a new breed of gangsters. These men think in terms of thousands of crores of rupees, and are seen planning a 4-day criminal act which will shake Mumbai by its roots. This new breed, according to Ramu, has newer and more sinister ways of making the moolah and will stop at nothing!

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