Box office collection for Gadar 2 day 25: Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel film adds ₹2.5 crore, stands at ₹500 crore

The Anil Sharma directorial has crossed ₹500 crore however will now face opposition from Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan.

Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel’s movie continues to discover takers at the ticket counters in first rate numbers even after extra than three weeks of its release. The movie crossed ₹500 crore currently and introduced every other ₹2.5 crore on Monday as per early estimates. The movie now stands at ₹503.67 crore.

Gadar two had opened in theatres at ₹40 crore on August eleven alongside Akshay Kumar’s OMG two and a day after Rajinikanth’s Jailer. Its absolute best single-day series of ₹55 crore got here on Independence Day and it went on to gather ₹ ₹284.63 crore in its first week. It in addition introduced ₹134.47 crore in its 2nd week and ₹63.35 crore in its 0.33 week. It crossed the ₹500 crore on twenty fourth day of its release.

A grand bash was once hosted on Saturday to rejoice the success of Gadar two The complete forged of the movie alongside with director Anil Sharma used to be current at the party. Ameesha Patel used to be in her glamorous avatar in a sequined robe whilst Sunny used to be a dapper in a blue suit. His whole Deol household joined him at the birthday party along with Dharmendra, sons and daughter-in-law Drishya Acharya and Bobby Deol with family.

Directed via Anil Sharma, the movie is a sequel to his 2001 blockbuster Gadar: Ek Prem Katha. It aspects Sunny Deol as his iconic personality Tara Singh alongside with Ameesha Patel as Sakeena and Utkarsh Sharma as their son Charanjeet Singh

Talking about the film, Anil Sharma informed media in an interview, “It is now not convenient make a mass entertainer. It is tough due to the fact you have to exhibit this larger-than-life hero in a way that anything he does looks actual but entertaining. While making a practical film you can speak to the character and others on whom the story is based, however to add heroism in a movie is challenging.”

Referring to the famous handpump scene from Gadar, he stated it is tough to create a scenario which makes the hero’s movements believable. “The key is to make matters convincing, which is a mission in phrases of writing and shooting,” he added.