“Sunny Deol’s Gadar 2” has been making waves ever since its release, capturing the attention of media and audiences alike. The film’s storyline, centered around Tara Singh’s daring mission to cross the India-Pakistan border and rescue his son, has resonated deeply with viewers. Interestingly, recent reports suggest that even Salman Khan is getting ready to undertake a similar cinematic journey in “Tiger 3.”
As reported by Bollywood Hungama, an insider close to the film’s development revealed, “Tiger 3” has been crafted to lead to a monumental clash between India and Pakistan. Portraying the iconic character of Tiger, Salman Khan is set to engage in a high-stakes face-off with Emraan Hashmi’s portrayal of Aatish, an ISI agent. The screen is expected to ignite with intensity as these two espionage operatives from India and Pakistan collide in a spectacular showdown this Diwali.
Directed by Maneesh Sharma, “Tiger 3” features a star-studded cast including Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Emraan Hashmi. Hashmi’s role as the antagonist adds depth to the film’s intrigue. Notably, Shah Rukh Khan is set to make an action-packed extended cameo in the movie, reuniting him with Salman Khan after their collaboration in “Pathan.”
Moreover, the source disclosed that a teaser for “Tiger 3” will debut alongside the film “Jawan.” The excitement surrounding the epic confrontation between RAW and ISI agents is anticipated to captivate audiences and set the box office ablaze. Drawing parallels, much like Tara Singh, Tiger has become an iconic figure in Indian cinema, with the common theme of Pakistan weaving their narratives together.
Meanwhile, turning the spotlight back to “Gadar 2,” the film directed by Anil Sharma stars Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel, and Utkarsh Sharma. Supporting roles played by Manish Wadhwa, Luv Sinha, Simrat Kaur, and Gaurav Chopra have also contributed to the movie’s success. Impressively, “Gadar 2” has amassed a remarkable collection of Rs 230 crore globally within just four days of its release, reaffirming its status as a cinematic triumph.