The pairing of Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel has returned on the screen after 22 years. The film Gadar 2 of both has been released in theaters today, which is a sequel to the film ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’ which came 22 years ago. The fans are very excited about this film. If you are also planning to watch the film, then before that let us know how the film is!
Story: The story of this movie begins with the narration which is in the voice of Nana Patekar. Nana Patekar’s voice-over connects the story of this film to Gadar Ek Prem Katha. Nana Patekar tells from the beginning how Ashraf Ali sent Sakina to India along with Tara Singh, then the story progresses that Pakistan’s Army Chief Hameed Iqbal tries to stop Sakina and Tara Singh but he cannot stop. After which he is burning in the fire of revenge. Not only this, he also kills Sakina’s father in a fit of rage and now he wants to kill Tara Singh.
The story progresses to Sakina and Tara Singh living a peaceful life in India with their son Jeetay. Jeete is interested in films but Tara Singh wants him to become an officer. Then the story moves forward and one day Pakistan attacks the border and when the Indian Army is getting weak, Tara Singh goes to help. As soon as Tara Singh goes to Pakistan, the army chief of Pakistan catches him. Then secretly goes to Pakistan while alive to rescue his father. Will he be able to meet Tara Singh in Pakistan or not? Will Tara Singh be able to return alive or not? To know the answers to these questions, you will have to watch the movie Gadar 2!
Performance: Sunny Deol in the character of Tara Singh is still giving the same feel as he did 22 years ago. Nothing new is seen in his character. His patriotic style has returned to the screen again. Ameesha Patel in the character of Sakina has more screen time otherwise her acting is okay. Utkarsh looks fine in the character of Jeete. Manish Wadhwa is in the role of Major General Hamid, his acting is commendable.
Technicalities: Anil Sharma has taken over the direction of this film. Which looks fine. There is a lack in the writing part of the film, due to which the film seems a bit loose. Anil Sharma fell a bit weak in the casting of this film as Utkarsh Sharma could not fit into the character of Jeete.
Analysis: Fans were quite excited about the on-screen pairing of Tara Singh and Sakina back on screen after 22 years, however, post the release of the film, their response has not been kind. This time the story of the film mainly revolves around Tara Singh and Jeete. There are many dialogues of Jeete that do not match his character. Manish Wadhwa’s acting in the film is amazing, the rest is fine. The story of the film has become weak in the second half, due to which the thrill has reduced a bit. Along with Hindustan Pakistan, Hindu Muslims has also been shown in the film, so that somewhere you will feel that the film is being unnecessarily dragged here. The background score of the film is decent. The song Gadar Ek Prem Katha has been re-composed in the film which sounds perfect. The songs haven’t been tinkered with which makes it a little nicer. For Utkarsh Sharma, this character went a bit for hire due to which he failed to leave his mark.
Verdict: Overall, there is nothing new in the story of the film. The film awakens patriotism but till the very end, the film seems a bit boring. Overall, the film can be given a chance, after that, it would be better not to expect much from the rest of the film.