Gadar 2: Box Office Collection, Reviews, and More

Gadar 2 hits ₹40 crores on its opening day in theatres. Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel, and Utkarsh
Sharma play the main characters in the Sharma-directed movie.

Gadar 2: Everything you need to know

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About Gadar 2 Review

Gadar 2 is a follow-up to the 2001 box office sensation Gadar: Ek Prem Katha. Ameesha Patel played
Sakeena, and Sunny
Deol portrayed Tara Singh, a truck driver.

Gadar 2: Everything you need to know

Many years after the events of “Gadar,” Tara Singh travels to Pakistan to get back together with
his adult son, Jeete.

In this faithful sequel to Gadar, Tara Singh (Sunny Deol) once more travels to Pakistan with his loud gaddi. Driver Anil Sharma attempts to strike a middle ground, so it is not as controversial as the original. Maybe that’s how it feels because of how dramatic and loud the socio-political climate is now compared to when the first film came out in 2001.

However, Sharma’s decision to decrease the tone’s arrogance is a smart one. It talks about letting go
of the hate-filled atmosphere of Partition and is set before the Bangladesh War. Instead of focusing
on a specific religion, he harshly asks those who employ religion to achieve their skewed political goal.

Sharma only comes across such individuals beyond the border, which is a problem. Where are Ashraf Alis and Hamid Iqbals, the current version’s antagonists, represented on this side
of the barrier?

The unfortunate thing is that it lacks the original drama. Gadar did feature an adorable romance at its core between Tara and Sakina (Ameesha Patel), and
Uttam Singh’s music made sure that it hit the right notes despite its politics of hatred.

This time, the spark of emotion fizzles out when Tara goes back to the next country to get his young
son Jeete (Utkarsh Sharma). Simply returning Tara, the one-man army, to Pakistan is the plan, followed by the audience going bonkers. The path is fabricated, and the moral support is insufficient to carry out the activity.

Having said that, few could portray a wounded spirit with as much intensity as Sunny. He pulverises the opponents once more by himself, honesty in his eyes and hammer in hand. Wish Sharma had given him more interesting and humorous scenarios to work with. The hand pump and “zindabad” scenes are repeated by Tara, although the sequel lacks a significant
amount of fresh content. When Tara lifts the wheel here while shlokas are playing in the background,
we understand where the rawness that was present in the scene with the hand pump comes from. Even while we are aware that Sunny’s battle scenes have their own inherent logic, the climactic
action fails to live up to that standard. The style of writing is plain sloppy.

Although Utkarsh has plenty of opportunity to be seen and contribute to the romantic undertones
of the action, for the most part, he is reduced to Tara’s satellite. Ameesha was designed for melodrama,
and she once again portrays the mother and wife who are overcome with emotion. She hasn’t really
expanded her creative repertoire since the first film hit the screens, which is a downside. As a
result, Sakeena develops into a one-note character who begs for sympathy rather than earns it
as the movie goes on.

The lyrics by Anand Bakshi and the music by Uttam Singh kept the original song alive. While Sayeed Quadri and Mithoon did not disappoint in this particular case, they were unable
to duplicate “Udja Kale Kanwa’s” charm.

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The song “Chal Tere Ishq Main” shines out and gives Utkarsh and Simrat Kaur some padding to build
a love foundation for the action to leap off of, but this prem katha couldn’t satiate the
bloodthirsty hearts or sing to the melody-minded.


Sunny’s message after Gadar 2 earned 400 crore

After Gadar 2 entered the 400 crore club, Sunny Deol expressed his gratitude by recording a video while on a flight. He took to his Instagram account and thanked moviegoers for showering love. In the video, Sunny said, “First and foremost thank you all. I never imagined you guys would like Gadar 2 so much. We have crossed 400 crores because of you all.”

Sunny Deol

Gadar 2 is currently the third highest-grossing Hindi film. Earlier this week, film trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared details of the film’s achievements on X (formerly known as Twitter). A part of his caption read, “Crosses KGF 2, next Baahubali 2… After crossing *lifetime biz* of #Dangal, #Gadar2 overtakes #KGF2 #Hindi… #Gadar2 is now third highest-grossing #Hindi film in #India… Continues to smash #BO records at mass sectors…”

Gadar 2 Cast Members

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More About Gadar…

Gadar Ek Prem Katha

“Gadar: Ek Prem Katha” is a 2001 Indian Hindi-language film directed by Anil Sharma, set during the Partition of India in 1947. Loosely based on the life of Boota Singh, the film stars Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel in lead roles, with Amrish Puri and Lillete Dubey also featuring prominently. The movie had a worldwide release on June 15, 2001, and was released opposite Ashutosh Gowariker’s sports drama “Lagaan” starring Aamir Khan and Gracy Singh. “Gadar: Ek Prem Katha” became a blockbuster and was the highest-grossing Indian film of all time at the time of its release. It remains one of the most-watched Hindi films in India since the 1990s.


Gadar Ek Prem Katha Cast and their roles

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