The fervor surrounding Sunny Deol’s Gadar 2 has reached unprecedented heights as passionate fans were captured arriving at cinema halls on tractors to witness the much-anticipated sequel. Following a robust opening at the box office, the film continues to attract attention, both for its performance and the unconventional display of devotion by its fan base.
Released last Friday, Gadar 2 has taken the box office by storm with its remarkable opening weekend collections. Adding an extra layer of spectacle, a video recently emerged on Instagram, showcasing dedicated fans riding tractors and entering cinema halls to experience Sunny Deol’s charisma in the sequel to the iconic 2001 film Gadar. The video swiftly went viral on various social media platforms.
In the brief yet electrifying clip, fans were seen exuberantly cheering from atop their tractors as they entered the cinema halls to catch Anil Sharma’s directorial masterpiece. Many enthusiasts adorned their tractors with posters of Sunny Deol, making a grand entrance into the parking area of the cinema hall, creating a captivating scene.
Even before this display of fanfare, veteran actor Dharmendra, father of Sunny Deol, expressed his gratitude through a video shared on his social media account. The video showcased fans dancing joyfully during the film’s end credits. Dharmendra’s caption read: “Love you all for your loving response… Gadar.” The heartwarming video depicted numerous fans dancing to the tunes of the iconic ‘Main Nikla’ song and celebrating inside the theatre.
The sequel, Gadar 2, follows in the footsteps of its blockbuster predecessor released in 2001. It boasts an impressive box office record, raking in a staggering ₹40.10 crore on its opening day and a commendable ₹43 crore nett on its second day in India. Directed by Anil Sharma, the film delves into the turbulent period of the Crush India Movement of 1971. The storyline revolves around Sunny Deol’s character, Tara Singh, who embarks on a daring mission to Pakistan to rescue his son from the clutches of the Pakistani Army, portrayed by Utkrash Sharma. Ameesha Patel takes on the role of Tara’s wife, Sakeena.
In a review of the film, it’s noted that Sunny Deol revives the innocence of his character, with his scenes brilliantly lighting up the screen. While Tara’s character exudes a peace-loving nature, resorting to violence only when absolutely necessary, Ameesha Patel’s portrayal is considered average, lacking novelty compared to her role in the first film. Despite this, the chemistry between Tara and Sakeena remains heartwarming and genuine, captivating audiences once again.
As Gadar 2 continues to captivate audiences nationwide, both for its cinematic excellence and fans’ passionate demonstrations of support, it cements its place in the annals of cinematic history.
Sources By Agencies