Sunny Deol is one of the most beloved actors of the Hindi Cinema. His on-screen aggressive role wows the audience to great heights. Recently, a trailer for the actor’s next historical drama action film, Gadar 2, was released. This movie stars Deol and Ameesha Patel, who starred in the hit Gadar: Ek Prem Katha back in 2001. Anil Sharma, who directed the first Gadar, returns at the helm for the sequel.
In Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, Deol played Tara Singh, a Sikh who falls for Sakina (Patel), a Pakistani Muslim girl. Tara, represented by Utkarsh Sharma, returns to Pakistan to retrieve his son Jeete during the 1971 ‘Crush India campaign’ in Lahore.
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REVIEW OF THE TRAILER
‘Gadar 2’ is one of the most anticipated films of the year, and its exciting trailer has finally here. Starring Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel once again, this film is directed by the talented Anil Sharma.
The plot continues in the same historical period, with the partition of India and Pakistan. The trailer definitely promises to the audience an emotional roller coaster of drama, romance, and action.
The teaser gives a peek at Sunny Deol’s legendary character, Tara Singh, who is willing to do everything to defend his family during the period of the India-Pakistan partition.
Once again, director Anil Sharma has created a memorable experience. You’ll feel like you’ve gone back in time while reading this epic drama that carries on the tradition of love and sacrifice from the time of Partition.
Protesters can be seen marching through the streets of Pakistan at the beginning, and an Indian soldier gives Tara Singh a stern warning about the potential for conflict with India. In the preview, Tara Singh boldly confronts a group of Pakistani troops, telling them, “You don’t know who is Tara Singh, ask my enemies.” Next, we see Tara Singh and Sakina, who are clearly very much in love, dancing to “Main Nikla Gaddi Leke” with their little son Jeete. But shortly it is revealed that Jeete is a prisoner of the Pakistani army and is being tortured while in captivity. Jeete, while in prison, threatens his kidnapper by saying his father would go to Pakistan to free him and exact revenge.
Tara Singh rushes Pakistan to save his kid, and the action in the caravan quickly heats up. The whole Pakistani army faces up against Tara and Jeete. Gadar 2’s trailer ends with a reference to the classic sequence from the first film, in which Tara Singh displays his superhuman strength by ripping out a hand pump to defeat his foes.
In 2021, it was declared that 2022 would be the year of Gadar 2’s release. With a trailer released last month, the film’s marketing campaign has officially kicked off, and on August 11 it will finally be available in cinemas.
|MOVIE NAME||Gadar 2: The Katha Continues|
|POST NAME||Gadar Trailer Review|
|DISTRIBUTED BY||Zee Studios|
|RELEASE DATE OF THE MOVIE||11 August 2023|
|RELEASE DATE OF TRAILER||26 July 2023|
|TRAILER LINK||Watch Here|
ABOUT GADAR: EK PREM KATHA
In 2001, Anil Sharma’s film ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’ broke box office records, and its sequel, ‘Gadar 2,’ will soon be in theatres. Sunny Deol played Tara Singh, a Sikh truck driver from Amritsar who falls in love with Ameesha Patel’s character, Sakina, a Muslim girl from a political family in Lahore, Pakistan, in this romantic-action drama set during the Partition of India. Utkarsh Sharma played Tara and Sakina’s kid in the first installment, while the late Amrish Puri played a key role.
The year is 1947 in the Anil Sharma-helmed Zed Network drama GADAR-EK PREM KATHA. The film follows Sikh truck driver Tara Singh (Sunny Deol), who falls for the wealthy Muslim lady Sakina (Amisha Patel). Tara rescues Sakina from a deadly mob during the Hindu-Muslim riots that broke out shortly after partition. Eventually, the mutual admiration and affection blossomed into true love once Sakina moved into Tara’s home.
Sakina and Tara have a son after they get married and start a family. Everything in their lives seemed to be going swimmingly until Sakina discovers an old newspaper with a portrait of her father (Amrish Puri), whom she had assumed had been slain in the partition riots.
When Sakina phones her father in his capacity as Mayor of Lahore from the Pakistani Consulate in Delhi, he promptly has her flown to Lahore. Tara and their kid were planning to follow her to Lahore, but at the last minute they were informed that their visa paperwork was not in order. While in Lahore, Sakina has no idea that her father wants her to marry a Pakistani, enter politics, and leave India, her husband, and their kid behind. When Tara finally arrives in Lahore to retrieve his wife after a lengthy absence, he is met with hostility by Sakina’s family. With the upcoming film, you’ll be transported back in time to the time when the British first split India into Hindu and Muslim states. Two countries: India and Pakistan. The film is a work of fiction that follows the lives of two people of different faiths who fall in love and struggle to reconcile their identities before returning to their homeland. The audience will soon be able to