Even after 22 years, the excitement of ‘Gadar’ did not subside, trailer shadowed on the internet, fans said – ‘Pathan’s father’
Gadar Ek Prem Story Trailer: Bollywood actor Sunny Deol’s film Gadar: Ek Prem Katha proved to be a super hit at the box office. It broke many records in terms of earnings. After 22 years, this film is going to hit the theaters once again. Makers released the trailer of the film Gadar on Friday, in which Sunny Deol is seen in the role of Tara Singh. ‘#GadarTrailer’ has started trending on Twitter. Sunny Deol’s fans are giving their reactions fiercely on the trailer.
Sunny Deol shared the video
Sunny Deol has shared the trailer of ‘Gadar’ on his Instagram handle, in which some scenes of the film are seen when Tara Singh Shakina (Ameesha Patel) reaches Pakistan to bring her back to India. Meanwhile, Tara Singh has a heated argument with Ashraf Ali (Amrish Puri). Fans are jubilant after seeing the trailer. Many people say that their dream of seeing ‘Gadar’ in the theater is about to be fulfilled.
Fans made such comments after watching the trailer
One user commented on the trailer, ‘It was a dream to see Gadar in the theatre, which is going to be fulfilled now. Pathan’s father is coming. Another wrote, ‘Every film looks pale in front of Gadar. Was not a film but a history. Gadar was actually Gadar. The third user commented, ‘Paji, don’t uproot Pakistan’s handpump this time, they have nothing left.’ In this way, fans are commenting after watching the trailer.
‘Gadar’ will be released in theaters on this day
Let us tell that Sunny Deol’s ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’ is going to release in theaters on June 9, 2023. Actually, before the release of ‘Gadar 2’, the makers want to refresh the memories of the fans regarding the film. For this purpose, a plan has been made to release this movie once again. Whereas, ‘Gadar 2’ will be released on August 11, 2023. In this movie, once again Sunny Deol will go to Pakistan as Tara Singh.
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