Buoyed by the success of Lalbaug Parel, its team has already planned a sequel to it.
“The Marathi version of the film has got an extremely good response from the movie goers. The collections for the first week in Maharashtra are between Rs 1.6 - 1.8 crore,” said Arun Rangachari, producer.
He went on to add that for the sequel, they would team up with Mahesh Manjrekar.
However, it is still not clear what period the movie would be set in.
But what is known for sure is that the sequel too would be bilingual (Marathi and Hindi), shot simultaneously again. “It may be some other untold story related to Mumbai. Nothing has been finalised yet”, he added.