Source: HT News Service
Published on: August 9, 2023


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Starring Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel, Gadar 2 is helmed by director Anil Sharma and is all set for its Friday debut.

Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel are all set to reprise their roles as Tara Singh and Sakeena in the upcoming sequel of their hit film Gadar and things are looking very well for them at the box office. As per film trade analysts, Gadar 2 has shown extraordinary trends in advance booking sales for its premiere. The film will release on August 11.

Remarkable business as advance booking of Gadar 2 is on

As per the latest observations, the film has made remarkable business at multiplexes with the sale of over 76,600 tickets so far. While PVR chain has sold 33000 tickets for the opening day of Gadar 2, popular movie chains like INOX and Cinepolis sold 25,500 and 18,100 tickets in advance booking so far. This figure, however, still pales when compared to 4 lakh tickets sold for Pathaan in advance booking, earlier this year.

Earlier in the day, film trade insider Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#Gadar2 advance booking status at *national chains*… Note: DAY 1 biz… #PVR: 33,000 #INOX: 25,500 #Cinepolis: 18,100 Total: 76,600 tickets sold Advance bookings is extraordinary in mass circuits and single screen properties… All set for a massive Day 1.”

The advance booking of Gadar 2

The advance booking of Gadar 2 is better than Ranbir Kapoor’s Sanju which recorded a sale of 72K tickets before the release. Wednesday and Thursday will be crucial as they will determine how well Gardar 2 is going to be during its Friday release.

About Gadar 2

Gadar 2 is directed by Anil Sharma, who also helmed the original. In the film, Utkarsh Sharma played the role of Sunny and Ameesha’s son. The sequel is set in 1971 about 17 years after the events of Gadar.

The trailer of the film was recently unveiled on social media. The three-minute-long trailer featured Tara Singh and Sakeena’s legacy, set amidst the tumultuous Crush India Movement of 1971. In the trailer, Tara Singh travelled all the way to Pakistan to save his son, Charan Jeet Singh (played by Utkrash Sharma) from the Pakistani Army. The film is touted to be heavy on dialogues and fight scenes.

Disclaimer: Except for the headline and synopsis, this story has been taken from the HT News Service