Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel’s Gadar 2 creates history, becomes the first film to be screened in the new Parliament House

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Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel have managed to create new records of success with Gadar 2 in the new Parliament House as well. It is earning blockbuster at the box office and breaking many records. It is set to create history by becoming the first film for Lok Sabha members to be screened in the new Parliament House.

Not only at the box office, Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel have managed to create new records of success with Gadar 2 in the new Parliament House as well. The film is earning blockbuster at the box office and breaking many records. Now it is all set to create history again by becoming the first film for Lok Sabha members to be screened in the new Parliament House. Gadar 2 director Anil Sharma announced the good news on X (formerly known as Twitter). The film will be shown to the members of the Lok Sabha for three days from today, August 25. The screening will be hosted by Zee Studios.

Anil Sharma wrote, ASP is thrilled to get an email regarding the screening of #gadar2 for members and the Vice President..and others for three days starting today (August 25) at Balayogi Auditorium in New Parliament House. What an honor for the Ghadar 2 team.

Meanwhile, Sunny Deol is currently on cloud nine as the film is breaking every major box office record. As the film entered the Rs 400 crore club, the actor expressed his happiness on his Instagram handle. In the video, Sunny is seen saying, first and foremost, thank you all for liking the film so much. I never thought that you guys will like Gadar 2 so much.. Because of all of you we have crossed 400 crore mark and we will go ahead.” He further added “It’s all because of you. You liked the movie Tara Singh and Sakina. Thank you.

About Gadar 2
‘Gadar 2’ is a sequel to the hit film ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’, which released across the cinema halls in 2001. Sunny Deol played the role of Tara, a truck driver in the film, while Ameesha Patel played the role of Sakina. The film is set in 1947 during the Partition of India. The film is based on Tara Singh, who travels across the border in a daring attempt to rescue his son, played by Utkarsh Sharma, who has been captured in Pakistan. The film has taken the box office by storm, crossing the coveted Rs 400 crore mark at the domestic box office.

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