Hyderabad Blues 2

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Hyderabad Blues 2
Hyderabad Blues 2.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Nagesh Kukunoor
Produced by Devika Bahudhanam
Elahe Hiptoola
Nagesh Kukunoor
Written by Nagesh Kukunoor
Starring Nagesh Kukunoor
Jyoti Dogra
Tisca Chopra
Music by Salim-Sulaiman
Cinematography G.S. Bhaskar
Edited by Sanjib Datta
Distributed by UTV Motion Pictures
Release date
  • 2 June 2004 (2004-06-02)
Country India
Language Hindi

Hyderabad Blues 2 is a Hindi-English-Telugu language Indian film directed by Nagesh Kukunoor. The film is a sequel to the film Hyderabad Blues.[1]


The story of the sequel takes place 6 years after the action of the first film. After his marriage with Ashwini, Varun decides to stay in India. He starts a Call Centre while Ashwini is contemplating starting her own clinic. Looking at Seema and Sanjeev's family, and after 6 years of marriage, Ashwini wants to have children, but Varun always avoids the topic saying that the two of them are good for each other, and he doesn't want anyone else in their lovely relationship. As Ashwini becomes increasingly desperate to have children, one of Varun's employees, the young and dashing Floor Manager named Menaka, tries to seduce Varun. Without crossing any lines, Varun stops Menaka and also confronts Ashwini. Ashwini doesn't believe Varun and divorces him, but then realizes her mistake. She apologizes and the couple reunites.



The music of the film is composed by Salim-Sulaiman. The soundtracks in the film are as follows.

  • "Slipping Through Your Fingers" - Singer: Trickbaby
  • "Tere Bina" - Singer: Fuzön
  • "Dil Pe Mat Lo" - Singer: Anand
  • "Mo Bhangra Blues" - Singer: Sonic Gurus
  • "One Man" - Singer: Trickbaby
  • "Mora Saiyaa Mose Bolena" - Singer: Fuzön
  • "Sea of Stories" - Singer: Trickbaby
  • "Additappa" - Singer: Caliche
  • "Palace on Wheels, Aaj ki raat" - Singer: Biddu


Nagesh Kukunoor for his portrayal of Varun was nominated for "Best Performance in an Indian Film in English" category in the Screen Weekly Awards.[2]


  1. ^ "Hyderabad Blues 2". Deccan Herald. 4 July 2004. Retrieved 5 Dec 2011. 
  2. ^ "Screen Weekly Awards (2005)". IMDB.com. Retrieved 30 Nov 2011. 

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