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      Gadar 2 : Tara and Sakina’s Epic Love Saga is Pure Nostalgia | 2YoDo Review

      Gadar 2, starring Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel, and Utkarsh Sharma in lead roles, is a sequel to 2001’s Gadar: Ek Prem Katha. The story start exactly where the first one left off. Gadar 2 manages well to attain the feel and innocence of 2001.

      Sunny Deol As Tara Singh

      Sunny Deol repeat one of his most famous roles as Tara Singh.

      Gadar 2 is set in the backdrop of 1971, India-Pakistan conflicts.

      The film starts up from exactly where it left and the sequel focuses on a lovely father-son bond.

      From the backdrop to characters, director Anil Sharma manages to bring the old nostalgia back on screen.

      But, the film didn’t match up to the original one but still one can keep up with it.

      The second part of the film is more dedicated to the family relations and love for the country.

      And most important it takes a dig at religious conflict in a healthy and non-harmful way.

      Story of Gadar 2

      The film starts by refreshing the same story when Tara Singh brings Sakeena to India, which angers Pakistani General Hamid Iqbal (Manish Wadhwa).

      The General seeks revenge for the deaths of his soldiers and starts by killing her father, Ashraf Ali (Amrish Puri).

      The General remains unhappy and wants to teach Tara Singh a lesson.

      In 1971, General Hamid Iqbal got a chance to capture Tara Singh.

      When news of Tara’s detention becomes public, his son Jeete, also known as Charanjeet Singh (Utkarsh Sharma), goes to Pakistan to bring his father back to India.

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      But, Jeete gets caught in Pakistan.

      Performances in Gadar 2

      Sunny Deol’s portrayal of Tara Singh remains strong, embodying strength and unwavering devotion to family and country, undeterred by the passage of time.

      Ameesha Patel retains her youthful charm, exuding love as a wife and nurturing mother, capturing the essence of her 1990 performance.

      Utkarsh Sharma struggles initially as Jeete, but his character finds solid ground in the second half, showing mark improvement in his Performances.

      His emotional bond with his father was clearly the strongest point of the film.

      2YoDo Conclusion

      Rating: 3.5/5

      2YoDo personally feel it’s a one-time watch.

      The film’s like a rollercoaster, with family feels dominating the first half and thrilling action taking over the second.

      But, second part, A bit like boring, losing its charm.

      Thums up to the director for bringing the old times to life.

      The father-son duo take over the film completely.

      The bond in the first half is a bit strong but gets completely opposite in the second half, merely confusing us as an audience.

      The powerful scenes and dialogue make the film strong and powerful, but even they fail to hold after a point, as one can easily predict the ending.

      Full points to the makers for not ruining the beauty of old songs and keeping them intact and melodious.

      So, if you are a fan of Sunny Deol, you will definitely love the film.

      But if you are not, this might be a one-time watch for you.

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