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By: Taran Adarsh, IndiaFM
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
The grapevine is abuzz with the speculation that director Ananth Narayan Mahadevan is planning to make a sequel to Aksar. If viewers would recall, Ananth had kept scope for a sequel towards the end of the film. "Not a sequel, but a trilogy of thrillers is what I plan to make," Ananth confirms, "After Aksar, it's Agar. But Agar is no sequel to Aksar. In fact, both Aksar and Agar have different storylines. The only similarity is that Agar is a thriller and will be a step ahead of Aksar, while the third part [not titled yet] will be a step ahead of Agar."
Please continue. "The stories would get devious with every film. The suspense would take each film to a different level," Ananth divulges. However, he hasn't finalized the star cast of Agar yet. "Emraan [Hashmi] wouldn't be a part of Agar because he doesn't have immediate dates to spare. He would make it in the final instalment of the trilogy for sure," Ananth discloses, "In fact, we should finalize the cast of Agar in a week from now, since the scripting is almost complete."
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