After the buzz created by Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Pathaan’, it seems that Sunny Deol’s latest film, ‘Gadar 2’, has breathed new life into the Bollywood box office. With Ameesha Patel as his co-star, the movie continues to hold the spotlight with its remarkable daily earnings. On Wednesday, August 16th, ‘Gadar 2’ raked in an astonishing Rs 34 crore. If this pace keeps up, it’s becoming evident that ‘Gadar 2’ will soon sail past the coveted Rs 250 crore mark.
Gadar 2 Box Office Collection
‘Bumper Collections for ‘GADAR 2′ at the Box Office’ The reunion of Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel on-screen has once again worked its magic, successfully drawing audiences in droves to theaters all across the country. The sequel is rewriting history at the box office, boasting of colossal collections. On that noteworthy Wednesday, August 16th, ‘Gadar 2’ managed to pocket an incredible Rs 34.50 crore within the Indian borders. Achieving such a feat on a weekday is truly commendable. Consequently, the film’s cumulative box office earnings have now soared to a whopping Rs 263.48 crore. To top it off, ‘Gadar 2’ maintained an impressive occupancy rate of 56.09 percent on the same date.
About Gadar 2
‘Diving into ‘GADAR 2” ‘Gadar 2’ picks up the story of Tara Singh as he embarks on a daring journey across the border, determined to rescue his son, played by Utkarsh Sharma, who’s been captured in Pakistan. Set against the backdrop of Lahore in 1971, ‘Gadar 2’ brilliantly carries forward the intense action sequences that captivated audiences in its predecessor, all while portraying Tara Singh’s unrelenting fury towards those who stoke animosity between India and Pakistan.
The film, directed by Anil Sharma, made its grand entrance on August 11th, going head-to-head with Akshay Kumar’s ‘OMG 2’.
A Continuation of the ‘Gadar’ Legacy ‘Gadar 2’ serves as a follow-up to ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’, a 2001 film that unfolded against the tumultuous backdrop of India’s Partition in 1947. The narrative is loosely inspired by the real-life story of Boota Singh, a former soldier in the British army. His heartrending love tale with Zainab, a Muslim girl he rescued during the communal strife surrounding the Partition, provides the emotional core of the film. The original film starred Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel in lead roles, with Amrish Puri and Lillete Dubey adding to the stellar cast.