‘Gadar 2’: Fans arrive in tractors and trucks to watch Sunny Deol starrer in theatres – WATCH | Hindi Movie News

The fan frenzy around Sunny Deol‘s ‘Gadar 2‘ hit new highs over the weekend and the proof’s in the viral videos that are flooding social media sites. As the film powers through to the Rs 100 crore mark in its first weekend, videos doing the rounds online see an unusual site of trucks, tractors and ploughing vehicles pulling up at theatres to catch a screening of the film.

A Twitter user shared a clip of a long line of tractors lining up to enter the parking lot of a theatre. Onlookers were seen getting out of their cars and off their bikes to cheer for the men holding posters and blasting music as arrived for the screening on their farming vehicles.
Sharing one such video online, a fan wrote, “In 2001, I had heard stories of people visiting the cinema halls in trucks and tractors to watch #SunnyDeol in #Gadar. 22 years later, the craze is intact for #Gadar2.”

Meanwhile, other videos doing the rounds online see theatre audiences rushing to the front of the cinema hall to dance as the ‘Gadar 2′ end credits roll on the screen. “Ye mahoul hai theatre me,” a fan commented.

The film which is on a record-breaking spree at the box office, earned over Rs 80 crore in just two days and is expected to shoot past the Rs 100 crore mark today.
‘Gadar 2’, the sequel to his 2001 blockbuster film Gadar, minted Rs 40 crore on its opening day in theatres, and has become the second-best opener of 2023 after Shah Rukh Khan‘s ‘Pathaan‘. The film collected a record-breaking Rs 55 crore at the Indian box office on the opening day.
Helmed by Anil Sharma, the film also stars Ameesha Patel and Utkarsh Sharma in the lead roles.
In 2001, Anil Sharma-directed romantic-action drama ‘Gadar’ set during the Partition of India. It created history at the box office back then as well. The flick starred the late Amrish Puri in a pivotal role. The film mainly revolved around Tara Singh (portrayed by Sunny), a Sikh truck driver from Amritsar, who falls in love with Sakina (portrayed by Ameesha), a Muslim girl hailing from a political family in Lahore, Pakistan.

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