Gadar 2 Overtakes Baahubali 2, Roars to Record Heights in Hindi Cinema’s History!”

"Sunny Deol's Epic Saga Becomes India's Second Highest-Grossing Film

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Gadar 2 Overtakes Baahubali 2, Roars to Record Heights in Hindi Cinema's History!"
  • Gadar 2 Shatters Records: Ameesha Patel and Utkarsh Sharma Shine!
  • From ₹40 Crores Opening to ₹512.35 Crores: Gadar 2' Bash
  • Tears of Joy as Fans Embrace Gadar 2 Success

10th September 2023, Mumbai: Gadar 2 has created history at the Indian box office, achieving a remarkable feat by becoming the second highest-grossing Hindi film of all time, surpassing the iconic Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. This extraordinary accomplishment is a testament to the enduring power of storytelling and the immense love and support from the audience.

Gadar 2 Takes the Box Office by Storm

Released on August 11, Gadar 2 took the nation by storm, captivating the hearts of viewers with its compelling narrative and stellar performances. Directed by Anil Sharma, the film stars the legendary Sunny Deol, the talented Ameesha Patel, and the promising Utkarsh Sharma in pivotal roles. Their exceptional acting prowess added depth to the characters, resonating deeply with the audience.

Gadar 2 Box Office Collection

The box office journey of Gadar 2 has been nothing short of spectacular. In its first week, it stormed through with a monumental collection of ₹284.63 crore, setting the stage for its record-breaking run. The second week continued the success story, amassing ₹134.47 crore, followed by an impressive ₹63.35 crore in the third wweek As the weeks went by, the film’s popularity showed no signs of waning. On its thirtieth day, Gadar 2 garnered an estimated ₹1.45 crore, reaffirming its status as a blockbuster. The film’s cumulative collection now stands at a staggering ₹512.35 crore, solidifying its position as the second highest-grossing Hindi film in India.

Gadar 2 Smashes SRK’s Pathaan Record

Gadar 2’s achievement is all the more significant when compared to the monumental success of Baahubali 2 (Hindi), which held the top spot since its release in 2017 with a total collection of ₹510.99 crore. The film’s record-breaking performance is a testament to the enduring appeal of Indian cinema and the unwavering support of mmoviegoers While Gadar 2 has conquered the box office, it finds itself trailing behind another powerhouse in Indian cinema, Pathaan. Released in January of the same year, Pathaan, directed by Siddharth Anand, became a box office juggernaut, amassing ₹524.62 crore in India. The film featured a star-studded cast, including Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, Dimple Kapadia, and Ashutosh Rana.

Sunny Deol goes down Emotional Ride

Sunny Deol, the iconic actor who portrayed the role of Tara Singh, a truck driver, in Gadar 2, expressed his heartfelt emotions during a press conference. He candidly shared how he was initially stressed before the film’s release and how the overwhelming response from the audience moved him to tears of joy. Sunny’s father witnessed his son’s emotional rollercoaster and shared in his happiness.

Gadar 2 Opening Day Collection

Gadar 2’s journey began with a roaring start, minting ₹40 crore on its opening day, a testament to the immense anticipation and excitement surrounding the sequel to the 2001 blockbuster, Gadar: Ek Prem Katha. In the film, Sunny Deol reprised his iconic role, while Ameesha Patel played Sakeena, captivating the audience with their chemistry and performances.

Gadar 2 Surpasses Bahubali 2 Collections

Gadar 2’s phenomenal box office success is a celebration of Indian cinema’s rich storytelling and the unwavering support of the audience. It has etched its name in the annals of Bollywood history as the second highest-grossing Hindi film, surpassing the legendary Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. As it continues its remarkable journey, Gadar 2 stands as a testament to the enduring magic of Indian cinema and the boundless love it receives from its fans.

By Yashika Desai

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