Sacha Baron Cohen swaps mankini for masks in Borat 2

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Sacha Baron Cohen swaps mankini for masks in Borat 2

The sequel to the 2006 hit film will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on 23 October

Sacha Baron Cohen has switched his mankini for a disposable face mask as his Kazakhstani TV star persona Borat returns for an unexpected sequel.

Borat 2 – otherwise known as Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm – Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime For Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan – will premiere on Amazon Prime Video later this month.

The film is a direct follow-up to Baron Cohen’s 2006 hit and was secretly filmed and completed during the pandemic.

A trailer released this week suggests the British-born comedian as Borat is up to his usual tricks, namely getting unsuspected members of the public to dress in strange ways, answer questions that leave them squirming – and killing the coronavirus by hitting the air with frying pans.

In one scene, he even dresses up as Trump and interrupts vice-president Mike Pence mid-speech at a Republican rally.

Borat 2 is released on 23 October on Amazon Prime Video.

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