Ghatak, Ghayal, Damini and now Gadar, furious Sunny comes back and this time surpasses the previous ones both in terms of enrageness but entertainment too. You get out the best in character, if you can
identify the most with it, here Sunny comes out with a towering and box-office banging performance to create a gadar, a revelation. And full marks to director (Anil Sharma), to come out with an old
subject set in the partition period and making a wonderful cinema out of it.
The film starts with the prepartition period, Tara Singh (Sunny Deol), is a truck driver. He likes Sakeena (Amisha Patel), who is in college and belongs to a very rich and affluent family.
Partition riots happen, and a muslims leaving for pakistan, some planning to stay back. Hindus are forced to leave, attacks happen.
Meanwhile, Sakeena is somehow left behind when Amrish Puri, his father, flees from India.
Now Tara who was on rampage, revenging his mother and sister's killing, identifies Sakeena, and saves her. He saves her from his own community who have turned brutal in vengeance. Sakeena, also ends
up knowing about his love and they get married. They have a son and then they came to know about Sakeena's parents. They are alive and are in good position in Pakistan. Sakeena went to meet them in
Pakistan and Amrish Puri then stops the arrival of Tara there. He later allows to call him on virtue of gaining political mileage and guiling him and arresting him.
But the jat is unstoppable.
Watching Sunny fighting all alone the whole Sikhs for his loved one amisha, and then his father and the whole Pakistan for his wife, is super-entertainer and fun. Amisha pulls a very good performance, she
looks very beautiful and puts in a great role.
One of the best love stories of all times, this truly says love crosses boundaries, mountains hardships, storms and all and Sunny paaji truly crossed them all.
Nikla gaddi leke, box office aaya te sunny paaji usse phodd aayaa.view less