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Gadar 2: Sunny Deol’s Heroic Journey Continues

Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel play the main roles in Gadar 2. It is a sequel to Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001). Since its debut, Gadar 2 has performed remarkably well domestically. According to Sacnilk.com, it has now surpassed the 400 crore threshold. The movie, directed by Anil Sharma, had a little decline in sales on its second Tuesday.

Gadar 2’s present collections

According to initial estimates, Gadar 2 made 11.50 crore net in India on its 12th day, reports Sacnilk.com. The movie made 284.63 crore in its first week of release. The movie brought in 20.5 crore on its second Friday, 31.07 crore on its second Saturday, 38.9 crore on its second Sunday, and 13.50 crore on its second Monday. Gadar 2 has made 400.10 crore since its release on August 11.

About Gadar 2

Leading parts in the movie are performed by Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel. Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001) featured Sunny in the character of truck driver Tara Singh, while Ameesha Patel as Sakeena. Gadar 2 is the follow-up to the film. The 1947 Indian Partition was the backdrop for the movie. As Utkarsh Sharma’s character, who plays Tara Singh, gets kidnapped in Pakistan, Gadar 2 follows Tara Singh’s heroic effort to cross the border in order to save his son.

Gadar 2 enjoyed viewing in London by Sunny

Sunny just announced a special showing of Gadar 2 in London. The packed showing was held at the Vue Cinema Leicester Square on Monday and was sponsored by the Nehru Centre, the cultural arm of the Indian High Commission in London. It was during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown that the concept for a sequel to a classic movie from 22 years ago crystallised and “clicked straight away,” according to Sunny, who said he was “scared” to take on the project.

At a London event, Sunny spoke about Gadar 2

According to the news service PTI, Sunny stated, “Indians all over the world are enjoying this film; I can’t even begin to describe how lovely it is. I had no idea it would turn out the way it did or be where it is now. Every woman wants her husband to be like Tara Singh, I think, and every guy wants his wife to be like Sakeena. The main USP (unique selling point) of the narrative is the family and how they manage to stay together and fend against everything.