Gadar 2 depicts the lives of Tara Singh (Sunny Deol) and Sakeena (Ameesha Patel) during the 1971 India-Pakistan conflict. Gadar: Ek Prem Katha was released 23 years later.
Gadar 2 performed admirably at the domestic box office on its first day of release. On Friday, the film made 40 crore net in India, according to Sacnilk.com. Anil Sharma is the film’s director. Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel, and Utkarsh Sharma play the key roles of Gadar 2.
Box office gross for Gadar 2
According to Sacnilk.com, according to early estimates, Gadar 2 made 40 crore net in India on its first day. On Friday, Gadar 2 had an overall Hindi occupancy of 60.81 percent. Gadar 2 was published 23 years after Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, a romantic-action drama set during India’s partition. At the time it was released in 2001, it made box office history.
About Gadar 2
Gadar 2 featured Tara Singh’s (Sunny Deol) and Sakeena’s (Ameesha Patel) legacy, set against the tumultuous Crush India Movement of 1971, with spectacular performances and strong conversations, as well as the legendary hand pump. Tara Singh also traveled to Pakistan to save his son, Charan Jeet Singh (played by Utkrash Sharma), from the Pakistani Army.
Gadar 2 review
“While Gadar told the love story of Tara Singh played by Sunny Deol and Sakina played by Ameesha Patel, Gadar 2 is a tale of hatred between India and Pakistan that never to die down, told through the lens of a father’s bond with his son,” according to our review. As the threat of conflict grows, Lieutenant Colonel Devendra Rawat from Punjab (Gaurav Chopra) requests Tara’s assistance in deploying his trucks and delivering quick ammunition to Indian forces at the border. Tara and six Indian warriors vanish while fighting the attackers. It is then revealed that they are being taken hostage by Pakistan Major General Hamid Iqbal (Manish Wadhwa), who wants to revenge the loss of 40 soldiers of his unit who were slain by Tara during the Gadar climax sequence.”
Gadar 2 stars Sunny Deol.
Sunny has previously stated of the film, “Gadar 2 carries forward the legacy of its iconic first part.” It is a joy to be able to resurrect one of India’s most beloved family films. The film would always remain an amazing epic narrative of love, courage, and patriotism at its core. “I hope the world warmly welcomes Tara and Sakina back.”