Day 2 box office collected for Fighter: Directed by Siddharth Anand, the movie debuted on Thursday in theaters. Within two days of its release, the movie had made over ₹60 crore, according to Sacnilk.com. Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone play main characters in the film Fighter.
Box office earnings for Fighter in India:
On its first day in India, the movie brought in ₹22.5 crore. On day two, it brought in ₹39 crore nett in India, according to the report. The movie has made ₹61.5 crore at the domestic box office so far. The audience gave Fighter fantastic reviews and encouraged word-of-mouth. Viacom18 Studios and Marflix Pictures work together to develop it. Hrithik and Deepika are working together on film for the first time with Fighter.
About Fighter Movie:
In addition, Akshay Oberoi, Karan Singh Grover, and Anil Kapoor play key roles in Fighter. In the movie, Anil plays Group Captain Rakesh Jai Singh, or Rocky, and Hrithik plays Squadron Leader Shamsher Pathania, called Patty. Deepika Padukone plays Squadron Leader Minal Rathore, aka Minni. It is presented as an homage to the bravery, selflessness, and nationalism of the Indian military personnel.
On Friday, actor Arjun Kapoor expressed his respect for the airborne action thriller. Arjun posted a Fighter poster to Instagram Stories with the comment, “Enjoyed the movie. I loved the show. I loved every aspect of it. Excellent filmmaking, heartbreaking emotions, and outstanding performances from all involved…PS: It’s obvious that my 24-year-old, hrithik fanboy phase is here to stay.
Review of the Fighter movie:
A review of the film published by the Hindustan Times said, “Fighter is a full-on entertainer that engages and promotes in both ways. Though it has a strong sense of patriotism, it never resorts to screaming Jai Hind or Hindustan Zindabad from the top of its lungs. There should be a lot of clapping when Hrithik refers to IOP (India Occupied Pakistan) in the movie’s final moment. This is evidence that Hindi movies are the best at expressing national pride. Watch Fighter if you want to enjoy some genuine paisa vasool, appealing performances, and some gravity-defying aerial action that will make you feel proud rather than headache-ridden.”