Sunny Deol’s Gadar 2 Inches Closer to ₹500 Crore Mark, Surpasses Dangal at Box Office
Sunny Deol’s highly anticipated film Gadar 2 is breaking records and dominating the box office. The movie has surpassed the lifetime business of the blockbuster film Dangal and emerged as the fourth highest-grossing Hindi film of all time. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh predicts that Gadar 2 will challenge the massive success of Baahubali 2 Hindi and Pathaan in India.
Gadar 2 has been reaching significant milestones since its release. It achieved remarkable benchmarks, grossing ₹50 crore on day 2, ₹100 crore on day 3, ₹150 crore on day 4, and ₹200 crore on day 5. The film continued its success, crossing the ₹250 crore mark on day 6, ₹300 crore mark on day 8, and ₹350 crore mark on day 10. Finally, on day 12, it crossed the impressive ₹400 crore mark.
The film had a phenomenal opening weekend, grossing ₹134.88 crore. It impressively crossed the ₹200 crore mark in just 5 days. However, the film made history on Independence Day by earning over ₹55 crore, the highest ever for a film on that day.
What makes Gadar 2’s success even more remarkable is its immense popularity in tier 2 and tier 3 cities. The film quickly crossed the ₹300 crore mark within a week of its release, with a massive contribution from these cities.
In its second weekend, Gadar 2 continued to dominate the box office, grossing ₹90 crore. It left behind the numbers of other successful films like Pathaan, Dangal, Sanju, Baahubali: The Conclusion, and KGF: Chapter 2.
Gadar 2 is the much-anticipated sequel to the 2001 film Gadar: Ek Prem Katha. Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel reprise their roles in this action-packed drama. The film’s incredible success is a testament to the enduring popularity of the franchise and the star power of Sunny Deol.
With Gadar 2 inching closer to the remarkable ₹500 crore mark, it is undoubtedly becoming one of the highest-grossing films in Hindi cinema. Fans and critics alike are eagerly watching as the film continues to shatter records and captivate audiences across the nation.
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