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Fighter Teaser Unleashes Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone on a Daring Mission to Save India

The much-anticipated teaser for the upcoming action film, “Fighter,” starring Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone, and Anil Kapoor, has been unveiled, sending fans into a frenzy of excitement. The teaser introduces Hrithik Roshan as Patty, with Deepika Padukone elegantly piloting a fighter jet, setting the stage for a thrilling cinematic experience. Accompanied by the powerful caption, “To beat us? You must be joking,” the teaser hints at a fierce mission undertaken by the trio to defend India against formidable adversaries.

The Fighter teaser has triggered an enthusiastic response from fans, who flooded the comment section expressing their anticipation. Comments such as “Deepika back to rule Bollywood” and wishes for the film’s success from Hrithik Roshan fans around the world highlight the immense excitement generated by the teaser. Even celebrities, including Rakesh Roshan, Manish Malhotra, Neha Dhupia, and Ayushmann Khurrana, have praised the high-octane action sequences and the star-studded cast.

Accompanying the teaser release, new posters featuring Hrithik Roshan as Squadron Leader Shamsher Pathania, Deepika Padukone as Squadron Leader Minal Rathore, and Anil Kapoor as Group Captain Rakesh Jai Singh have been unveiled. The characters’ call signs and designations further enhance the anticipation for this aerial action extravaganza.

Directed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Viacom 18 Studios and Marflix Pictures, “Fighter” is poised to be the first installment in an exciting aerial action franchise. The film is scheduled for a theatrical release on January 25, 2024, promising audiences a visually stunning and adrenaline-pumping experience. As fans eagerly await the release, the Fighter team has successfully ignited the anticipation for this cinematic spectacle that aims to defend the honor of India in a truly spectacular fashion.

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