The Ek Villain sequel has been in the news for quite some time now. But now there’s a happy news as finally the Ek Villain Sequel starring John and Disha to start in January 2021.
This is indeed a relieving and exciting news for all the critics and audiences as well. The Ek Villain sequel has an ensemble star cast of John Abraham, Disha Patani, Arjun Kapoor, and Tara Sutaria in leading important roles in the film.
This will be an intense romantic movie. It’s been said that film maker Mohit Suri has already begun working in full swing and concentration on this upcoming film.
While Shraddha Kapoor, Siddharth Malhotra and Ritesh Deshmukh were the cast of the original Ek Villain (20140 movie, this sequel will see John, Disha, Arjun and Tara coming together on the silver screen.
Speaking to a leading newspaper about how this sequel is going to be different than the original one director Mohit Suri said, “We want to take the action a notch higher and John has been designing and choreographing these scenes with me and my team of assistants”.
A source who is closely involved in the film project’s development also told the leading digital news portal that all the fight sequences would be real with hand to hand combats and also the car chases.
While the work on the film is already underway, the director informed the digital news portal that their entire team has already begun prepping for the film. The film will be going on floors on January 2021.
Not only this, but Mohit also spoke to the portal about the fact that the film may be made and wrapped up with a continuous start-to-finish shooting schedule.
Also adding insights to John and Arjun’s characters in the film Mohit quipped to the portal that both John and Arjun will be portraying the ‘villains’ in the film where he also explained that there will be more depth and substance to their character than just the usual angry villains.
He was quoted saying, “The difference between a hero and a villain is that you rarely learn about the latter’s love story. This time you will, so, he’s more of an anti-hero than a villain per se”.