Satyameva Jayate 2 trailer is out now, starring John Abraham playing triple roles. Satyameva Jayate 2 is an upcoming vigilante action film. It is written and directed by Milap Zaveri and produced by T-Series and Emmay Entertainment. It is co-produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar’s T-Series and Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani, and Nikkhil Advani’s Emmay Entertainment. The film is based on the fight against injustice and misuse of power. This film is an official sequel to the 2018 film named Satyameva Jayate.
John Abraham has taken things one notch higher with the new film named Satyameva Jayeta 2. In this sequel, we will see more action, corruption, politics, and flexing of muscles. Moreover, in this film, we will see more of John Abraham.
Satyameva Jayeta 2 – Trailer
The trailer of Satyameva Jayeta 2 releases today, on Monday i.e.25th October 2021. The trailer justifies the franchise with the sequel fully loaded with everything that John’s movies should contain. In this film, we have a politician, a cop, and a farmer leader, and a killer on the loose end. Each of them was played by John himself. While one is a father, two of them are sons who’ve different ideologies.
The trailer is loaded with intense dialogues about patriotism and duty towards the nation. Take these 2 for instance: ‘Tan Man Dhan se badhkar Jan Gan Man’ or ‘Mera funda Dandi nahi hai, mera funda dunda hai’. In the trailer, we have also seen Nora Fatehi in a dance number. The trailer also loosely depicts the recent farmer’s protest.
Here we present the trailer:-
The film Satyameva Jayeta 2 stars John Abraham in triple roles as Satya, Jai’s twin brother, Jai, Satya’s twin brother, Azaad, Satya and Jay’s Father, Divya Khosla Kumar as Sita, Rajeev Pillai, Harsh Chhaya as Minister, Anup Soni as Inspector of Uttar Pradesh Police, Sahil Vaid, Nora Fatehi in a special appearance in a dance number.
The film Satyameva Jayeta 2 is all set to release in theatres on 25th November 2021.
Satyamev Jayate 2 was one of the first films to go on floors after the Maharashtra government allowed conditional resumption of film and TV shoots in non-containment zones last year.