Gadar 2


Gadar 2 Movie Review

Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel's film created a 'gadar' in the cinema hall in the year 2000. The love story of Tara Singh-Sakina touched people. Now after 22 years, director Anil Sharma is present with 'Gadar 2'. The film has been released today (11 August). Its story has moved forward 17 years. 

Tara Singh's son has grown up alive and has reached Pakistan to challenge. There are many such characters in the film who meet the old characters. When Gadar was released, it set new records of success. It has to be seen how much charisma 'Gadar 2' will be able to do after years. If you are thinking of watching the film, then before that know its review.

Gadar 2 Movie Story:

Our colleague Hindustan Times told in the report, 'Gadar 2' has a story of enmity between India and Pakistan which does not seem to end. It is told from the perspective of father and son. The danger of war is looming. Punjab's Lt. Col. Devendra Rawat (Gaurav Chopra) seeks Tara's help so that he can quickly deliver ammunition to the Indian soldiers on the border with his truck. 

Tara goes missing along with 6 Indian soldiers while fighting the enemies. It is later revealed that he has been taken prisoner by Major General Hamid Iqbal (Manish Wadhwa) of Pakistan. He wants to avenge the death of 40 members of his battalion. They were killed by Tara during the climax of 'Gadar'. Jeete (Utkarsh Sharma) is determined to find his father and reach Pakistan.

The path to victory is not easy and it is also caught. Amidst all this, Sunny Deol remains missing from the screen for a large part of the film. When he comes back, he creates a ruckus in Pakistan to bring his son. Meanwhile, Jeete meets a girl Muskaan (Simrat Kaur) in Pakistan. This is a completely different plot in the story.

Gadar 2 Movie Actors Performance:

Utkarsh Singh has been given ample screen time. He speaks heavy dialogues. It looks like the director has re-launched the son in a way. By the way, Utkarsh has done a good job and he comes in full tension in the scene. Sunny Deol brings innocence to the screen with his character. 

Tara's character is a peace-loving person and resorts to violence only when necessary. Ameesha has been absolutely average. She doesn't even try to do anything different from what she did in 'Gadar'. Although Sunny and Sakina's chemistry will remind you of 'Gadar'. As the villain, Wadhwa has made a strong screen presence.

Plus Points:

While watching the film, it seems that it could have been shortened. Many scenes could have been removed, which would have made it more crispy. The total length of the movie is 2 hours and 50 minutes. Shaktimaan Talwar wrote well but it could have been sharper. Dialogue is not such that you keep praising.

watch the movie or not:

There is no major drawback in 'Gadar', but if a little more attention was paid to the story and its speed, the fun would have doubled.