Bollywood actor Sunny Deol has earlier announced ‘Ghadar 2’. The makers also released a poster of the film on the occasion of Dussehra. Now the shooting of the film has also started. Film critic Taran Adarsh gave this information in a tweet.
He also shared a picture of the shooting. Sunny Deol is seen in Sardarji’s getup in a red kurta and white turban. The shooting of the film has started in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. The film may be shot here for a month.
While Amisha Patel has shared pictures of the moment of the film on Instagram. However, the unit arrived here a week ago, according to a local report. In these pictures, Amisha Patel is seen in the incarnation of ‘Sakina’ of ‘Ghadar’.
She is wearing an orange outfit. Sakina is also looking cool in that look. Viewers are excited to see Tara Singh and Sakina together. From the motion poster of the film, it is being speculated that the film will be quite strong. Anil Sharma is directing the film, he also made ‘Ghadar: Ek Prem Katha’. Produced by Anil Sharma’s production company and Zee Studios.
The story of the film is written by an author named Shaktiman. While the music in the film belongs to Gemini. Sharing this, Sunny Deol wrote, “After two decades, the wait is finally over. On the auspicious occasion of Dussehra, I am presenting the motion poster of ‘Ghadar 2’.
The story goes on … ‘The plot of the film will be based on India-Pakistan as in the first part. In the sequel of the film, Tara Singh (Sunny Deol) will set foot in Pakistan for her son, and then the real story will start. However, it is believed that this film will also have a lot of action.
Anil Sharma’s films have not been running at the box office for some time now. It may be that this film can be a big help in getting her film career back on track.
Apart from this, Anil Sharma’s film Apne-2 is also coming. Which is based entirely on the Deol family. However, no details are known about the story or set of this film. On the other hand, Amisha Patel is also likely to work on a big project after this film.