The teaser for Drishyam 2, was published on September 29 and stars Ajay Devgn, Tabu, Shriya Saran, and Ishita Dutta. The film is a highly anticipated sequel to Drishyam, which was released in 2015.

Ajay Devgn is getting ready for the premiere of the second part of the Drishyam film series. On Thursday, September 29th, its teaser was made available to the public. The first Drishyam was a Mohanlal-led Malayalam film with the same name. Drishyam 2 is a remake of the original film. Fans and industry professionals alike have high hopes for these films due to the high bar that was set by the quality of the original versions of the stories they tell.

Drishyam 2 trailer out

The teaser trailer reviews the events that took place in the first movie, and it also provides a glimpse, although a small one, of the frightening content that will be shown in the second part.

The first part of the teaser for the recall begins with a rundown of all that took place in Drishyam. The plot of the movie centered on Vijay Salgaonkar (played by Ajay Devgn) and his family, who were embroiled in the death of a young man who had been blackmailing his daughter (Ishita Dutta). Vijay, his wife (Shriya Saran), and their two children covered the crime as they were being pursued by the cruel IG Meera Deshmukh (Tabu), who was the mother of the murdered boy. The tale explained how they did this.

In the first movie, Tabu provides a voiceover in which he states, “When there are no proof and leads, confession is the only thing that can solve a crime.” The recording comes to an end, and we cut to a scene in which an older and more weathered Vijay is being interviewed inside a police station. The irate Vijay then states in Hindi, “My name is Vijay Salgaonkar, and here is my confession.”

The quick teaser received positive feedback from viewers, with many complimenting Ajay on his performance. One commentator stated, “Finally the actor with the biggest range is doing the famous part again.” Another admirer mentioned that he had not watched the movie in its original Malayalam language form since he was more interested in watching it in its Hindi adaptation instead. The remark stated, “Only because of Ajay Devgan sir I did not see the original Drishyam 2, now finally part 2 is coming so thrilled for this masterpiece.” “Now finally part 2 is coming so happy for this masterpiece.”

With the exception of Akshaye Khanna, the entire major cast from the first installment of Drishyam returns for the sequel, which is directed by Abhishek Pathak and has an all-new addition to the ensemble. The movie, which was produced by Bhushan Kumar, Kumar Mangat Pathak, Abhishek Pathak, and Krishan Kumar, is scheduled to make its debut in theatres on November 18th.


Drishyam 2

Directly on Amazon Prime Video, Mohanlal’s second installment of Drishyam was made available for streaming. As a result of the lockdown imposed by Covid-19, it was not distributed in theatres. The movie, which is a continuation of Drishyam, was met with acclaim from critics and wound up becoming a huge success in terms of online streaming.

It has been announced that the Hindi version, which will star Ajay Devgn and Shriya Saran as the leading couple, would be released in theatres on November 18 of this year. In light of the favorable reception received by the critically acclaimed and financially fruitful first installment, it has the potential to bring in Rs. 70 crores in only the first week of its release.


Image source: (Drishyam)

One of the most critically acclaimed suspense films of 2013 was “Drishyam,” starring Mohanlal. The movie was a financial and critical triumph when it was finally released. Lalettan was able to reestablish itself as Mollywood’s most successful brand thanks to the success of Drishyam, which was produced on a shoestring budget of Rs 5 crore and made Rs 41 crore in Kerala.

The critically acclaimed film first filmed in Malayalam was remade in 2015 with the same title and starred Ajay Devgn in place of Mohanlal. The box office revenue for the Hindi version was 67 crore rupees, whereas the production budget for the Hindi version was 38 crore rupees.

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