Mumbai: Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma`s `Satya 2`, touted to be his last underworld-based movie, is set for Friday release and he confesses that he can`t escape the film`s comparison with `Satya`, one of his best works.
"Comparisons are inevitable, you can`t escape comparisons. But once the audience enters the theatre and if we manage to set a premise, after that the film has to be true to the characters in the story," Varma told reporters in a group interview.
"Yes, audience will make comparisons between both the films, but I hope `Satya 2` makes a mark for itself," he added.
Varma has clarified that `Satya 2` is not a sequel to his 1998 super hit gangster drama `Satya`, which starred southern acotr J.D. Chakravarthy and Urmila Matondkar in the lead roles, but it was Manoj Bajpayee, a struggler that time, who walked away with accolades.
Now `Satya 2` is also launching new faces, including Puneet Singh, who plays the main lead. It will also introduce Anaika Soti and Aradhana Gupta.
Varma believes in spontaneity.
"I don`t believe in preparation there is a clarity in making films as a director. I believe in spontaneity."