he sequel to the 2001 movie ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’ will have Ameesha Patel reprising her role as Sakeena. Together with Sunny Deol, who will reprise his role as Tara Singh, the actress is ready for the second instalment of ‘Gadar 2: The Katha Continues.’ After 22 years, the sequel to the movie that has become a cult classic will be released. Ameesha recently spoke to the media at a press conference and discussed her project. She was, however, criticised for her statement on social media.
‘Gadar’ is a movie that spreads only love and no animosity, according to Ameesha Patel, who made the statement at a press conference in Mumbai. She went on to remark that the movie depicts people of different castes, creeds, and religions. In the story, a Pakistani girl marries a Hindu and continues to practise her faith, while Sunny Deol, as Tara Singh, respected her and embraced her religion. She claims that the movie encourages unity and teaches us how to coexist peacefully.
Her statement was met with harsh criticism from online users. She was criticised by online users for posting inaccurate information. One user exclaimed, “I don’t remember in GADAR 1 Tara Singh accepting Islam!!! Kisi ko yaad hoto plz let us know.” Another person said, “Tara Singh ne Islam nahi kabul kia.” One person wrote, “No!!!! What … He didn’t accept Islam he just respected her. LoL don’t brainwash people.”
‘Gadar’ is a love story that takes place just before India and Pakistan were divided. Tara Singh, played by Sunny Deol, weds Pakistani Sakeena, played by Ameesha Patel, and they have a great life together. Unfortunately, their joy lasts only a little while before Sakeena’s father makes her return to Pakistan against her will. Next, the film examines their conflict and Tara Singh’s will to overcome all obstacles.
After 22 years, the tale is reportedly continued in ‘Gadar 2’ with the same cast, including Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel, and Utkarsh Sharma who played the little child who is now an adult in the second chapter. The eagerly awaited movie is scheduled to open in theatres on August 11, 2023.