"This was something Alia (Bhatt) had mentioned in an interview, where she said I am going to call Farhan and tell him to make a sequel. I was like it would be fun," said Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar and Arjun Rampal are all set to revive the Magik they created in 2008 in the film Rock On!!, as the sequel to the music drama film releases today
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Talking about the story of the film Farhan said, "Being the sequel of Rock On!! the story of the film revolves around the earlier characters but with different twist and turns. It is the continuous journey of the band - Magik."
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Rock On 2, a sequel to the 2008 hit, has added Shraddha Kapoor to its cast but the Magik performing Jaago appears to be pre-Shraddha. Arjun Rampal and Purab Kohli perform on guitar and drums as Joe and KD respectively. As the YouTube description reveals, this is Magik's first performance since the death of keyboardist Rob, played by Luke Kenny, in the first film.
This time around, the original cast of Farhan Akhtar, Arjun Rampal, Purab Kohli and Prachi Desai are being joined by two new bandmembers - Shraddha Kapoor, and Shashank Arora. Here's what they'll all be upto in the film
"I think everybody amazingly well fits into the roles they are doing and I truly believe that we are meant for it. I don't think anybody else could be have been Joy or anybody could have been Jiya or Adi or Sakshi, and you have to watch the film to believe what each one brings to it," said Prachi Desai
"It was equally exciting and challenging to make a sequel," says Farhan Akhtar
Nowhere does the picture mention that it represents the sequel but Farhan poses with the signature 'rock on' gesture, highlighting the poster is actually of Rock On 2. New joinees Shraddha Kapoor and Shashank Arora also share the frame with Arjun Rampal and Purab Kohli, who featured in the 2008 music drama
"Having a film on those lines would be a lot of fun. I don't know why anyone hasn't thought about that. Today, Bollywood is getting so much more experimental, why should women be behind," Prachi said.
"I assume when people have nothing to do, when they run out of ideas, they start these rumours. But, they don't affect me at all. We all had a great time shooting and we are friends. Sure, we don't meet often because of our schedule but the bond remains intact," said Prachi