Sunny Deol-starrer Gadar 2 will begin streaming on ZEE5 from October 6, the platform introduced on Wednesday. Directed by Anil Sharma, the movie noticed Deol reprise his iconic position of Tara Singh from 2001’s Gadar: Ek Prem Katha.
Produced by Zee Studios, the film additionally options Ameesha Patel returning as Sakeena and Utkarsh Sharma as Charanjeet. ZEE5, the streamer run by Zee Entertainment Enterprises, shared the digital premiere announcement on its official X web page. (Also learn: Jawan, Pathaan, Gadar 2 enter the ₹500 crore membership: Is ₹500 crore, the brand new ₹100 crore membership?)
“The countdown begins! Tara Singh is all set to win your hearts! India’s Biggest Blockbuster is coming on #ZEE5 in just 2 days! #Gadar2OnZEE5,” ZEE5 mentioned within the publish.
Gadar 2 hit the screens on August 11. The Hindi interval motion drama has earned round ₹500 crore until now, rising as one of many largest field workplace successes after the Covid-19 pandemic.
The movie additionally starred Manish Wadhwa, Gaurav Chopra and Simrat Kaur.
Gadar 2 minted ₹40 crore on its opening day in theatres, as per commerce analyst Taran Adarsh. It turned the third-best opener of 2023 after Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan and Jawan.
Gadar 2 is a sequel to the hit movie which was launched in theatres in 2001. In the movie, Sunny Deol performed the position of Tara, a truck driver, whereas Ameesha Patel performed Sakina within the movie that was set through the partition of India in 1947.
Recently the makers of Gadar 2 hoisted a grand success occasion in Mumbai the place a number of massive actors like Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Varun Dhawan, Dharmendra, Sidharth Malhotra, Kiara Advani and Shilpa Shetty amongst others marked their presence.
During a press convention, Sunny reacted to the grand success of the movie and mentioned, “I was quite stressed over the period of time and when this film hit the cinema halls, I don’t know why it felt like God came inside me. I was crying and laughing all night and evening. I also met my father (Dharmendra) and said no I am not drunk, I am happy what do I do.”