The first movie to be made during the Coronavirus shut down, ‘Borat’ sequel starring Sacha Baron Cohen has bagged a spot on Amazon Prime Video. Like all his previous films and documentaries, this one, too, involves extensive traveling, public pranks, and a deep understanding of the American culture. Only this time, it’s getting crazier!
What is ‘Borat’ sequel starring Sacha Baron Cohen all about?
Sacha Baron Cohen’s 2006 film has finally got a sequel. The full name of the movie is “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.”Cohen is once again playing the role of the Kazakh journalist, Borat Sagdiyev, who is curious to learn more about America. He is going to get Americans to blurt out things that they would never say in from of the camera, in his own fun style!
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The 2006 release had done pretty well at the box office, grossing a skyrocketing figure of $262 million, along with bagging a Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination.
Trivia: The shooting of this sequel had been done in secret. Moreover, the crew managed to shoot the entire film, end to end, during the coronavirus pandemic. As reported by Deadline, “he (Cohen) had to wear a bulletproof vest on two different shooting days, and on many days, there were risky and dangerous scenarios in shooting.”Now that’s some dedication towards the craft!
What to expect from Sacha Baron Cohen’s Borat sequel?
Cohen’s fans would know that all his previously acclaimed movies including Borat, Bruno, Da Ali G Show and the satirical show titled ‘Who Is America’ have always tickled the viewer’s curiosity bone. His unique style of going undercover to unearth what’s not really spoken, to bring out people’s unfiltered thoughts and personalities has been finely appreciated. With this upcoming film too, Sacha Baron Cohen will not disappoint!
When will the ‘Borat’ sequel release?
Mark your calendars: Oct 23rd. It is clear that given the political undertones of the sequel, the film’s release has been timed to be in sync with the US’s presidential elections.
The movie is going to be streaming on Amazon Prime Video in its worldwide subscriber network spread across 240 countries.
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