Sunny Deol’s Rare Appearance with Aamir Khan at Gadar 2 Success Party
Sunny Deol, the iconic Bollywood actor, made a surprise appearance at the success party of “Gadar 2,” marking a reunion with Aamir Khan after approximately 22 years. This event unfolded as a memorable moment, considering that “Gadar: Ek Prem Katha” and “Lagaan” had famously clashed at the box office back in 2001. The actor-hosted soirée, held on a Saturday night, saw the attendance of numerous luminaries, including Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan.
While fans eagerly await glimpses from inside the party, a video capturing a heartfelt moment between Sunny and Aamir outside the bash has gone viral. In this candid clip shared by a paparazzo, Sunny is seen embracing Aamir closely as they pose for the cameras. The camaraderie between the two actors is heartwarming.
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For the grand night, Aamir Khan sported a casual yet stylish look with a black tee paired with denim pants. On the other hand, Sunny Deol looked dapper in a striking blue ensemble. The actors flashed a thumbs-up sign for the cameras, signifying their celebration, and exchanged a warm hug before Aamir bid adieu to the party.
Watch the viral video here:
For those unfamiliar with the history, “Lagaan” and “Gadar: Ek Prem Katha” had originally clashed at the box office on June 15, 2001. Despite the intense competition, both films achieved phenomenal success, emerging as two of the biggest hits of 2001.
In a remarkable turn of events, “Gadar 2” has replicated the success of its predecessor in 2023. Trade expert Taran Adarsh shared the exhilarating news on Saturday, September 2, saying, “#Gadar2 is an UNSTOPPABLE FORCE, inches closer to ₹500 crore… Await the JUMP on [fourth] Sat and Sun… [Week 4] Fri 5.20 cr. Total: ₹487.65 cr. #India biz. #Boxoffice.” With the film’s astounding performance, it is anticipated to swiftly cross the ₹500 crore mark.
“Gadar 2” is a cinematic masterpiece set against the backdrop of the 1971 Indo-Pak war. In this sequel, Tara Singh (Sunny Deol) and Sakeena (Ameesha Patel) lead a blissful married life, and their son Charan Jeet Singh (portrayed by Utkarsh Sharma, who also essayed the child’s role in the 2001 original) has grown into a young man. However, a twist of fate lands Charan Jeet in Pakistan, and Tara Singh embarks on a heroic journey to rescue his son.