Day 6 box office revenues for Fighter: The Deepika Padukone and Hrithik Roshan film has taken critical and industry insiders by surprise with its sudden and erratic opening Monday. Early estimates from Sacnilk.com for day six show that the movie made about ₹7.75 crore nett on Tuesday in India. Its earnings from the previous day had somewhat decreased.
Box office earnings for Fighter:
The portal states that Fighter’s total revenue in India to date is ₹134.25 crore nett. The movie had an occupancy rate of roughly 12.77 percent on its sixth day. It should become better over the next weekend.
Sumit Kadel tweeted, “Crash of Fighter on Monday has shocked trade and industry alike,” in reference to the movie commerce. It wasn’t expected that it would fall so much on Monday. After Friday, B and C tier center audiences didn’t really support the movie, and on Monday, they didn’t even show up in theaters. Alarming and unsettling trend for the sector. Fighter, Dunki, and Tiger 3 were all great candidates for HGOTY (Highest Grosser of the Year)!
About Fighter Movie:
In the meantime, Fighter, which has made ₹225 crore worldwide, is doing well at the box office. The movie is still not as good as filmmaker Siddharth Anand’s earlier work, Pathaan and War.
The main cast of Fighter includes Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone, Anil Kapoor, Karan Singh Grover, and Akshay Oberoi. It was released on January 25, just in time for the long Republic Day weekend, exactly one year after Pathaan. The Siddharth Anand-directed movie was well-received by critics and word-of-mouth from the public. Viacom18 Studios and Marflix Pictures work together to develop it.
Hrithik on the reported Fighter politics:
A few others, though, had further opinions regarding the movie and its reportedly political overtones. Hrithik recently responded to them by saying that, in his director Siddharth’s “conviction,” he does not mind the responses. “I would prefer to think that my fans and my audience who come to watch my films are a bit more evolved and they would not need lines like these,” he said to Film Companion. I have to carry this load. I don’t break any boundaries as an actor. Simultaneously, I respect Sid (Siddharth Anand) for being an extremely independent director. He firmly believes that. It kind of eliminates your heart to say no when you see someone who is so convincing. That also hangs on me since, in the end, it’s my face. However, I am happy that it has been relegated to the status of entertainment alone. That has greatly relieved me. That being said, I still carry the responsibility.”