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Not only ‘Handpump’, people could not forget these 5 things of Sunny Deol’s ‘Gadar’ even after 20 years

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One of the biggest films of Sunny Deol’s career ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’ sequel has been announced. Sunny and Amisha Patel are once again ready to spread their acting skills in ‘Gadar 2’. Since ‘Gadar’ has been a very popular film among the fans, now their expectations from its second part have increased and they are eagerly waiting for the film. Directed by Anil Sharma, this film was released in theaters on June 15, 2001 and now even after 20 years, its popularity has not decreased. Here we are telling you about the 5 most powerful things of the film, which people have not been able to forget till date.

love story between hindustan pakistan war

In the film, Sunny Deol played the character of Tara Singh who belongs to India. At the same time, Amisha Patel’s character Sakina is related to Pakistan. The two fall in love, get married and then have a son. However, Sakina’s family members, especially her father Mayor Ashraf Ali (Amrish Puri), do not like this relationship. From here the matter turns towards India and Pakistan, but in the end love breaks the wall between the two countries with its power.

Sunny Deol’s hand pump uprooted

Tara Singh crosses the border passing through every difficulty to find his love. He makes every effort to bring Sakina with him to India by risking his life. During this, the Pakistani army follows him, but he fights with everyone and moves towards achieving his destination. During this, an occasion also comes when Tara uproots the entire hand pump to kill the Pakistanis. It is one of the most iconic scenes in Indian cinema. There was maximum applause and whistles on this scene.

movie songs awesome

Not only was the story of the film and the performance of the actors great, its songs were also such that it won everyone’s heart. Songs like ‘Ud Ja Kale Kaavan’, ‘Musafir Jaane Wale’, ‘Main Nikla Gaddi Leke’, ‘Hum Juda Ho Gaye’, ‘Aan Milo Sajna’ all topped the music chartbusters and are still people’s favourites. The placement of the songs in the film was such that it resonated with everyone.

Amrish Puri’s dominance in the role of father

Utkarsh Sharma’s work in the role of Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel and his son was praised by everyone but at the same time the artist who made a mark in the hearts and minds of the people was Amrish Puri. In the film, he played the role of a father who loves his daughter very much but at the same time wants her to be happy always. Ashraf Ali being Tara’s Indian worries a lot. Amrish Puri lived the role of a tough father but in the end he too loses to Pyaar.

Dialogue delivery and action sequences

Each and every dialogue of the film is still on people’s lips. In the midst of thousands of Pakistanis, when Sunny says in her strong voice that Hindustan was zindabad tha, zindabad hai and zindabad rahega… then every Indian gets goosebumps. Talking about the action sequences, it would not be wrong to say that Sunny’s roar was enough for everyone. Apart from this, Sunny’s punches, while moving for India in a goods train, Sunny’s fight with Pakistani soldiers creates excitement in the fans. Not only this, when Sunny runs away from the truck with her family, everyone’s heartbeat goes up and down.

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