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Gadar 2 new motion poster shows Sunny Deol and Utkarsh Sharma dodging bullets

The film also stars Ameesha Patel

Published: 21st July 2023
Gadar 2 new motion poster shows Sunny Deol and Utkarsh Sharma dodging bullets

The makers of Sunny Deol starrer Gadar 2, ahead of its release, dropped a new motion poster of the film.

The poster opens with the text, "A father's love knows no boundaries.” It shows Sunny as Tara Singh and Utkarsh Sharma’s character Jeete, Tara’s son, running across the India-Pakistan border with bullets being fired upon them. The motion poster ends with the dialogue "Hindustan Zindabad" from the 2001 film Gadar: Ek Prem Katha mouthed by Sunny can be heard.

Sunny shared the motion poster on his Instagram, which is originally put by Zee Studios on the photo-sharing website. 

The caption read: “Apne desh aur parivaar ki raksha ke liye, har chunauti ka samna karne ke liye taiyaar hai Tara Singh!  #Gadar2 aa rahi hai bade parde par lagane iss Independence Day! Cinemas mein 11th August se.”

Gadar 2 is the sequel of Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, which was released in 2001. The romantic period action-drama film is directed by Anil Sharma and set during the Partition of India in 1947. The film starred Sunny Deol and Amisha Patel in lead roles alongside Amrish Puri and Lillete Dubey. 

In Gadar 2, the film is set in 1971, and Tara Singh returns to Lahore, Pakistan in the midst of an anti-India "Crush India" campaign, to bring back his son Charanjeet aka Jeete.

Gadar 2 will be locking horns with Akshay Kumar's OMG 2, a sequel of OMG: Oh My God, which released in 2012. Both films will drop in theatres on August 11.


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