September 13, 2016 3:57:03 pm
Rock On 2, staring Farhan Akhtar, Shraddha Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Purab Kohli and Prachi Desai, regaled us with its teaser and now it is time to feast on its first song, Jaago. The film is all set to serve the double of everything this time round — friendship, emotions and music.
Well, the song will be out tomorrow (September 14) but the song’s teaser poster is out already. Farhan Akhtar took to Twitter to share the poster and wrote: Stand up for your rights. #Jaago #Equality Our first song from #RockOn2 breaks on the 14th. #ReliveTheMagik
Rock On’s first song titled Jaago is expected to be on equality and will be launched on September 14. In the first poster, Farhan looks all set to enthral us once again. One cannot miss Arjun Rampal and Purab Kohli who will also reprise their roles in the sequel. The new addition is Shraddha Kapoor who will also be seen singing in the film.
Rock On 2’s tag line reads, “Every generation finds its voice.” And it will be interesting to see if Farhan will be able to live up to the expectations of his fans and whether Shraddha be able to match up to the original cast in this sequel.
The album of the film will be launched at NSCI grounds in Mumbai on September 17. Farhan and his team will also tour the US.
The music of Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy was a big hit back then. The film managed to wow critics and audience alike and established the career of Farhan as a singer-actor. Check the tweets here.
— Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) September 12, 2016
— Shraddha Kapoor (@ShraddhaKapoor) September 12, 2016
The news of Rock On sequel has been welcomed by the audience but the litmus test will happen in November when the film releases. Can the sequel relive the magik? That is a question we would like to see answered.
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Rock on 2 is directed by Shujaat Saudagar and will release on November 11.
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