Cinematic Triumph: Gadar 2’s Record-Breaking Journey at the Box Office

The movie “Gadar 2,” starring Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel, achieved a significant milestone by grossing an impressive Rs 55.40 crore on the Independence Day holiday.

Gadar 2

Even on its sixth day in theaters, which happened to fall on a working Wednesday, the film continued its success by amassing an admirable Rs 34.50 crore in box office collections. According to industry tracker Sacnilk, these earnings contribute to Gadar 2’s total domestic nett income of Rs 263.48 crore. Notably, the film enjoyed a noteworthy occupancy rate of 56.09% on Wednesday.

Gadar 2 Box Office Collection Day 6

Premiering on August 11, Gadar 2 commenced its box office journey with a noteworthy opening day collection of Rs 40.1 crore. Despite facing competition from other releases like “OMG 2” and “Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani,” which had been performing well since its release on July 28, Gadar 2 has consistently maintained a strong performance in theaters.

Impressively, within its initial week of release, Gadar 2 has already secured the position of the second-highest grossing domestic film of the year, trailing only “Pathaan,” a film starring Shah Rukh Khan, which garnered Rs 543.05 crore in India, as reported by Bollywood Hungama. Directed by Anil Sharma, Gadar 2 has even surpassed the lifetime earnings of “The Kerala Story,” which previously held a collection of Rs 242.20 crore. Also Read: Akshay Kumar Gets Indian Citizenship

Gadar 2 serves as the sequel to the 2001 blockbuster “Gadar,” which stood out as one of the top-grossing films of that year. Interestingly, during its original release in 2001, “Gadar” faced off against “Lagaan.” While “Gadar” emerged as the dominant box office performer within India, “Lagaan” gained international acclaim and secured a nomination at the Academy Awards.

Speaking at a press conference held to celebrate the success of Gadar 2, Sunny Deol expressed his commitment to producing more high-quality films akin to Gadar 2. He reassured his fans that his upcoming projects would continue to cater to a diverse audience, emphasizing that quality cinema is meant for everyone and transcends categorizations like “masses.”

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