Gadar 2’s 8th- Day Box Office Collection Sunny Deol’s Film Continues to Shine with Another Successful Weekend, Surpasses Rs 335 Crore Mark Sunny Deol’s Gadar 2 is making history at the box office, maintaining its strong performance.
Following a successful opening week in playhouses, where the film amassed Rs284.63 crore net in India, the film earned an fresh Rs19.5 crore on its eighth day, as reported by assiduity shamus Sacnilk. This brings the film’s total domestic net collection to Rs304.13 crore. By the end of its seventh day, the film’s domestic gross earnings had formerly crossed the remarkable corner of Rs 300 crore.
After the eighth day, the film’s total gross earnings now stand at an emotional Rs335.9 crore. On the transnational front, the film has garnered Rs33.1 crore, according to assiduity reports. As Gadar 2 enters its alternate weekend in theaters, it’s worth noting that the film faced competition from Akshay Kumar’s OMG 2 and Ranveer Singh- Alia Bhatt’s Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani.
still, Gadar 2 surfaced as the clear winner, opening with an emotional Rs40.1 crore and maintaining strong followership attendance in the posterior days. With no major releases listed for this weekend, the film is anticipated to enjoy yet another prosperous weekend at the box office.
Continuing Gadar’s heritage Gadar 2 serves as the effect to the 2001 blockbuster Gadar, which also featured Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel in leading places. During its original release, Gadar participated the limelight with Aamir Khan’s Lagaan, both flicks leaving a significant mark on their period.
While Gadar earned sun within India, Lagaan entered transnational recognition, including an Academy Awards nomination. Set against the background of 1971, Gadar 2 follows Sunny’s character, Tara Singh, as he embarks on a trip back to Pakistan to deliver his son Jeeta, portrayed by Utkarsh Sharma. Sunny Deol’s action- packed persona has long been a favorite among cult, and it’s clear that this aspect of the actor still explosively resonates with observers.