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Gadar 2’s box office receipts came in at Rs 263 crore for Sunny Deol

After Shah Rukh Khan’s “Pathaan,” Sunny Deol’s movie “Gadar 2” appears to have resurrected Bollywood’s box office. The movie, which also features Ameesha Patel, keeps taking first place thanks to its enormous daily take. ‘Gadar 2’ was able to bring in a staggering Rs 34 crore on Wednesday, August 16. It is certain that “Gadar 2” would soon surpass the Rs 250 crore-mark if it continues at this rate.

BOX OFFICE COLLECTION FOR “GADAR 2”
Gadar 2 has been able to draw large crowds to theaters all around the nation because to Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel’s reunion. Huge box office receipts for the sequel are shattering records. ‘Gadar 2’ made a staggering Rs 34.50 crore on Wednesday, August 16. This is a significant accomplishment for a movie to pull off on a workday. As a result, the movie’s total box office earnings are currently Rs 263.48 crore. On August 16, ‘Gadar 2’ had a total occupancy rate of 56.09 percent.

TITLE OF “GADAR 2”

In “Gadar 2,” Tara Singh is seen crossing the border in a risky attempt to save his son, Utkarsh Sharma, who is being held captive in Pakistan. ‘Gadar 2’, which is set in Lahore in 1971, flawlessly builds on the action-packed scenes of its predecessor while highlighting Tara Singh’s unrelenting rage against those who incite animosity between India and Pakistan.

Anil Sharma’s ‘Gadar 2’, which debuted on August 11 and competed with Akshay Kumar’s ‘OMG 2’, was directed.

It is a follow-up to the 2001 movie “Gadar: Ek Prem Katha,” which was centered around the partition of India in 1947. According to reports, Boota Singh, an ex-soldier in the British army, served as a loose inspiration for the movie. He was well-known for his sad love affair with Zainab, a Muslim girl he had saved from rioting during the partition. Alongside Amrish Puri and Lillete Dubey, Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel played the key parts in the movie.

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