The makers of Sikander 2 released a short teaser of the film prior to its trailer release. In the 1: 33-minute teaser we could see Guri running away from hundreds of gangsters who are after him. In the next shot, Kartar Cheema stops Guri in the chase and beats 3 of the gangsters & scares the rest with the gun that he holds. He then welcomes Guri to Chandigarh and says, “Chote .… Welcome to Chandigarh”! The teaser ends with a song. Sikander 2 teaser hints at a big action-drama that Pollywood is to witness.
The teaser gives Kartar Cheema a promising entry which makes it interesting to watch his character on big-screen. Guri, on the other hand, is making his Pollywood debut with Sikander 2. As per the teaser, it looks like that Guri will play the role of Kartar Cheema’s younger brother in the movie.
Watch Sikander 2 teaser here:
Sikander 2 went on floors in October 2018. Therefore, Guri announced the project through his social media in the month of October. He shared the poster of the movie and captioned it “Surprise !!! Appni Debut Movie aa Rahi SIKANDER 2 🤩🤩 7 June 2019 😎 Jida Tusi Menu Songs Ch Support Karde Odda Menu Ethe Support Karyo Sare Jaane Poster Jarur Share Karyo Love You all Kartar Cheema – Dheeraj Rattan – Manav Shah – GK Studios”
Sikander 2 will hit cinemas on August 2, 2019. It was earlier scheduled for June 7 release but the makers shifted the date to August 2. Produced by Khushwinder Parmar, Swapan Monga, Anmol Monga, Vipan Gill, Balkar Bhullar and KV Dhillon, the movie is on 2019’s hitlist. Sikander 2, which is a sequel of 2013 release Sikander is directed by Manav Shah. The movie features Kartar Cheema, Guri, Sawan Rupowali, Nikeet Dhillon, Rahul Jungral, Victor John, Sanjeev Attri, Navdeep Kaler, Karan Battan, Vicky Suvinder and Seema Kaushal.
About Sikander: 2013 release
Directed by Jatinder Mauhar, Sikander was based on the story of rising to power and eventual fall of Sikander in a political game. The movie starred Gul Panag, Kartar Cheema, and Manav Vij among others. The movie released on 21 June 2013 opened to good response from critics and audience alike.