Trending Entertainment: Gadar 2 – Sunny Deol is gearing up to return as Tara Singh once again with Gadar 2. The son of veteran actor Dharmendra has opened up on the hot topic of nepotism. It has been a very sensitive matter in the industry, especially after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput in 2020. The action star has been around in the entertainment business for a long time, and as per him, there is nothing wrong with a parent doing something for their child. Keep scrolling to get the deets.
For the unversed, Sunny made his Bollywood debut with Betaab in 1983 and is one of the most renowned actors around. His hold on the action genre is still unparallel, and people are just fond of seeing him thrash the bad guys mercilessly on screen, and the excitement is getting hyped up once again as his film nears its release. It could be clearly seen through ongoing advance booking that his Gadar 2 is witnessing at the box office.
In terms of their work, Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel’s movie “Gadar 2,” directed by Anil Sharma, is scheduled to be released in theaters on August 11th. Interestingly, this release date will coincide with the release of another film, “OMG 2,” featuring Akshay Kumar, Pankaj Tripathi, and Yami Gautam. It seems like there will be a clash between these two movies at the box office.
Advance bookings for “Gadar 2” began earlier this week, and the initial response has been outstanding. As of Sunday morning at 11 am, around 45,000 tickets for the movie’s opening day have been sold across three major national theater chains – PVR, Inox, and Cinepolis.
The movie is on track to quickly reach the milestone of 50,000 ticket sales, and it’s aiming to conclude its final advance booking by Thursday night with an impressive count of over 200,000 tickets sold. “Gadar 2” is all set to claim the second-highest opening of the year, right after “Pathaan.” Considering the budget involved, it’s virtually guaranteed to be a hit. Notably, the film was made with a very constrained budget and stands as one of the rare movies in the post-pandemic era to recuperate its entire investment solely from its theatrical run.
The advance bookings are showing remarkable performance even in non-national theater chains, and it’s already the second-best after “Pathaan.” There’s even a possibility that “Gadar 2” might come close to matching “Pathaan’s” overall numbers in single-screen theaters and non-national multiplexes. With such strong advance bookings, “Gadar 2” is expected to achieve an opening collection of over Rs. 20 crore. The real test lies in whether the film can sustain its momentum on weekdays and potentially achieve an opening day collection of over Rs. 30 crore, marking it as one of the most significant non-holiday openings in cinematic history.
4 Key Factors That Could Propel Gadar 2 to Break Box Office Records
- People Recognize the Brand: Because “Gadar: Ek Prem Katha” is already famous, lots of people are interested in a sequel. People like sequels of movies they love, but the new movie has to be just as good as the first one to be successful.
- Famous Actors Are Back: Sunny Deol and Amisha Patel are coming back, and their fans are excited about it. But even though famous actors help, the movie’s success also depends on how well the story is told, how it’s directed, and how everything comes together.
- Interesting Storyline: The new movie will continue the story from the first one, and that could get people interested. But the story has to be really good, with strong writing and emotions, to keep the audience interested.
- People Are Talking About It: People on social media are talking about the new movie, and that’s good. But remember, not everyone on social media represents everyone’s opinion. The movie needs to connect with a wide variety of people to do well.
trailer of “Gadar 2”: The trailer of “Gadar 2” has been making waves. Sunny Deol recently posted the trailer on Instagram, and it’s packed with impressive acting, impactful dialogues, and the iconic hand pump scene. The three-minute-long trailer beautifully presents the legacy of Tara Singh and Sakeena. The story is set against the backdrop of the intense Crush India Movement of 1971. Tara Singh embarks on a journey to Pakistan to rescue his son, Charan Jeet Singh (portrayed by Utkarsh Sharma), from the clutches of the Pakistani Army.