Akshay Kumar’s ‘OMG 2’ vs Sunny Deol’s ‘Gadar 2: Who’s Winning in Advance Booking Race?

OMG 2 vs Gadar 2: Who’s Winning in Advance Booking Race?

Get ready for an exciting clash in Bollywood on August 11th! Two much-anticipated movies are hitting the theaters on the same day: ‘Gadar 2’ starring Sunny Deol and ‘Oh My God 2’ featuring Akshay Kumar. ‘Gadar 2’ is directed by Anil Sharma, while ‘OMG 2’ is under the helm of Amit Rai. The pre-booking for both films has already begun. Curious about the numbers? Let’s see how many tickets each movie has sold and the cash they’ve raked in so far.

‘OMG 2’ VS ‘GADAR 2’Advance Booking

Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel have teamed up once more, and that has got us really excited for a fun movie time. Meanwhile, everyone’s eagerly anticipating Akshay Kumar’s portrayal as Lord Shiva in the upcoming ‘Oh My God 2’. The trailer has truly impressed us.

The good news is, you can book your seats for both of these films right now! As per Sacnilk reports

‘Gadar 2’ has managed to sell an impressive 56,000 tickets so far, raking in a noteworthy sum of Rs 1.47 crore.
Akshay Kumar’s ‘Oh My God 2’ has secured around 7,300 ticket sales up to this point, amassing a total of Rs 25 lakh in earnings so far.

It’s expected that these numbers will continue to increase in the days ahead.

About ‘OH MY GOD 2’

Mark your calendars for August 11th as ‘OMG 2’ storms into theaters, led by director Amit Rai. Brace yourself for laughter as Akshay Kumar dons the avatar of Lord Shiva, accompanied by Yami Gautam, Pankaj Tripathi, and Ramayan’s own Arun Govil. This sequel to the 2012 hit ‘OMG- Oh My God!’ promises satire and humor in abundance. Cape of Good Films, along with Ashwin Varde, Vipul D Shah, and Rajesh Bahl, brings this comedy to life. Dr. Chandraprakash Diwedi’s creative genius shines as the movie’s producer, while Amalendu Chaudhary captures it all through the lens.

About ‘GADAR 2’

The brand-new preview of ‘Gadar 2’ reveals a brave journey by Tara Singh, as he crosses the border to save his son held captive in Pakistan. The movie is set in Lahore in 1971 and aims to bring back the gripping action from the first film. It also showcases Tara Singh’s unwavering frustration towards those who fuel hostility between India and Pakistan.

Under the direction of Anil Sharma, Gadar 2 is all geared up to make its debut on August 11th

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