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Gadar 2- All about Sunny Deol

Introduction: Looking back to 2001, when Gadar was released in theatres, and the audience got wild to support and enjoy this film, nearly about after 22 years, the second part is here, which continues the story and adds some characters. Let's review it, and see how it is.


  • Sunny Deol as Tara Singh

  • Ameesha Patel as Sakeena "Sakku" Ali Singh, Tara Singh's wife

  • Utkarsh Sharma as Charanjeet "Jeete" Singh, Tara and Sakeena's son

  • Manish Wadhwa as Major General Hamid Iqbal

  • Gaurav Chopra as Lieutenant Colonel Devendra Rawat

  • Simrat Kaur as Muskaan, Charanjeet's love interest

  • Luv Sinha as Farid, Muskaan's brother

  • Rohit Chaudhary as Major Malik

  • Madhumalti Kapoor as Tayiji

  • Rakesh Bedi as Kimtilal

  • Mushtaq Khan as Gulkhan

  • Dolly Bindra as Samira Khan, Gulkhan's Wife

  • Rajshree as Taya's Daughter In Law

  • Naresh Sharma as Taya Son

  • Mushtaq Kak as Kurban Khan

  • Nilofar Gesawat as Kurban Khan's wife

  • Akash Dhar as Major Bhargav

  • Lubna Salim as Pak Mausi

  • Ehsan Khan as Abdul Ali

  • Anamika Singh as Fauziya

  • Abrar Zahoor as Anwar

  • Anil George as Qazi

  • Arjun Dwivedi as Jailor

  • Rajesh Khera as Col. Nazeer

  • Manoj Bakshi as Yahiya Khan

  • Aarya Sharma as General Rani

  • Rumi Khan as Col Farooqui

  • Muneesh Sappal as Pakistan Minister

  • Pramod Pandey as Rehmani

  • Amrish Puri as Ashraf Ali, Sakeena's father (archived footage from Gadar: Ek Prem Katha and CGI recreation)

Exact Review:

We have a sequel that continues the story better. We see some old characters i.e. Tara Singh aka Sunny Deol, Sakeena aka Ameesh Patel with one more character from the original movie, which is "Jeete" played by Utkarsh Sharma.

The story is about post-independence where another war is at the door, and Pakistan and Indian Army are at the front to attack and defend. Tara Singh is a well-established character and so does Sunny Deol makes it possible to do it on-screen again, with a nostalgic handpump scene and lots of screaming.

Sakeena, has less role, just sobbing and supporting the family throughout which looks odd, it would have been better to give her some important fractions of scenes which would give her more engagement in her role.

Utkarsh Sharma has a lot to do with his character. His urge to find his father, enter the borderline, fight, disguise, and confront various enemies, is the work here. As we see hero, no movie can be completed with a heroine. That's when the entry of Muskaan happens in Pakistan, and things change in some romantic manner, the love angle is good, and gives a touch of romance in the movie.

Talking about the screenplay and story, yes it is a demanding story and the screenplay seems interesting, it is only about Tara Singh's shouts and Guns, bombs, tanks shelling and attacking. Hamid Iqbal played by Manish Wadhwa, portrays a strong character who has aggression, power, motive and force to stop Tara Singh. His grey character which also defines his nation's love is one who makes good time on-screen.

The songs are re-played reminding the original one from 2001, Ghar Aaja Pardesi, and has 2 to 3 songs. The BGM is nice and keeps a hopeful tone throughout the movie.

Technical Aspects:

The movie is directed by Anil Sharma, and written by Shakimaan Talwar. It is produced under the banner of Zee Studios, Zee Music, Anil Sharma Productions, and Zee5.

It is rated 6.5/10 on IMDb

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