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Bhaagamathie Sequel on cards

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Anushka’s Bhaagamathie Sequel is on the cards. It is excellent news for Sweety fans as the inside reports strongly suggest that a sequel to the 2018 film is currently in plans, and the discussions have begun already on this. The film, Bhaagamathie was released in.2018 January and worked very well at the box office.

The first part was produced by one of the reputed banners, UV Creations, and for the sequel, they will be the producers. This film’s announcement is expected on Anushka’s birthday.

After ‘Baahubali 2’, Anushka Shetty played the lead role in ‘Bhaagamathie.’ The film was a bilingual film released in Telugu and Tamil simultaneously. The film was released with huge expectations and was a commercial success. The film’s success has caused Anushka’s image to grow further. The film, which hit the screens on January 26, 2018, is now coming up with its second part after five years. The announcement of ‘Bhaagamathie 2’ will be out soon.

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November 7th marks Anushka’s birthday, Anushka Shetty’s birthday, and on this occasion, her 50th film, ‘Bhaagamathie 2’, will be announced as per the reports. Anushka fans will be on cloud nine upon learning that the Bhaagamathie Sequel is on the cards.

Anushka’s recent film ‘Miss Shetty Mr. Polishetty’ was produced by UV Creations. Now, ‘Bhaagamathie 2’ will also come from the UV Creations banner. ‘G Ashok directed Bhaagamathie’s first part. It is still being determined whether he is the director of the second part or someone else will come on board.

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