Sunny Deol is ready to make a comeback with the sequel of Border, 26 years after the first installment. The film titled Border 2 will reportedly not feature the other actors from the original Border movie.
Following the notable success of Sunny Deol’s film Gadar 2, the actor is prepared to act in Border 2 as reported. The film will be directed by J.P. Dutta, who had directed the hit film Border in 1997. It will introduce a new set of young actors, as stated in the report by Pinkvilla. An official announcement is expected in a few weeks.
The 1997 film Border featured senior actors like Jackie Shroff, Suniel Shetty, Akshay Khanna, Sudesh Berry, Pooja Bhatt, Tabu, Sharbani Mukherjee, and veterans like Rakhi, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, and Puneet Issar. It was one of the biggest blockbusters of the 90s.
More about Border 2 Talking about its sequel, Pinkvilla quoted a source saying, The team has been discussing the possibility of making a Border sequel for the past 2 to 3 years, and now everything has finally fallen into place as the team is fully prepared to create a Border sequel.
An official announcement for Border 2 is expected in a week. The team has identified a story from the 1971 India-Pakistan war that hasn’t been shown on the big screen yet and is ready to showcase it magnificently.
Due to the heavy action theme, instead of bringing back the entire cast of Border, the team will cast young actors. Sunny Deol might be the only actor returning from Border to be part of Border 2. Currently, this is in the initial stages, and more updates will come after the official announcement of the film.
Gadar 2 is a Hit Sunny and his co-star Amisha Patel from Gadar 2 are riding high on the success of the film. They recently celebrated the film’s success in Dubai. In Gadar 2, Anil Sharma’s son Utkarsh Sharma also appears in a role alongside Tara Singh’s son Charanjeet. Utkarsh Sharma had portrayed Charanjeet’s character in Gadar: Ek Prem Katha as a child actor.
Gadar 2 has entered its second week and continues to perform well at the box office with a significant presence at ticket counters. It has already crossed the ₹300 crore mark at the domestic box office and is still running houseful in cinemas.