Thursday, September 20, 2012 13:02 IST
Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma says he won't start shooting the sequel to 1998 film "Satya" till the next four months at least as he is tied
up with other projects.
"It's too early to talk (about 'Satya 2'). After 'Bhoot Returns', I have a lot of work pending with '26/11'. So 'Satya 2' is not going on floors
for the next four months at least. So it's too early to talk about any details of 'Satya 2'," Varma told.
"Satya" was a crime-based film, featuring J.D. Chakravarthy, Manoj Bajpayee, Urmila Matondkar and Shefali Shah. The sequel will have
'completely newcomers'," said the filmmaker.
Rumour mills were abuzz that John Abraham would produce the sequel, but as per latest reports, he has pulled out of the project.
Asked to confirm the same, Varma said: "I do not want to talk about any detail of the film because it's too far away."
Meanwhile, he is busy working on his next film, based on the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.
"I have finished half of it (the movie), so it should be coming out may be by the end of the year. There is no star as such in the film, but
Nana Patekar is doing a very important role. The film predominantly is about the events of that night," he added.
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