Fighter Twitter review: Netizens call Hrithik-Deepika’s film ‘movie of the year’ | Watch

Earlier today, at noon, the much-anticipated trailer of the film “Fighter” was unveiled, showcasing the dynamic performances of Anil Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, and Hrithik Roshan.

| Updated: 15 January, 2024 6:39 pm IST

NEW DELHI: On Monday, the much-anticipated trailer of the film ‘Fighter’ was unveiled, showcasing the dynamic performances of Anil Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, and Hrithik Roshan. The three-minute spectacle has instantly become a talking point, sending the adrenaline levels of viewers skyrocketing with its thrilling glimpses into a patriotic adventure.

Directed by Siddharth Anand, renowned for his work on ‘War’ and ‘Pathaan,’ the trailer is a visual feast, featuring striking visuals, impactful dialogues, and commendable performances by the lead trio. The teaser had initially sparked speculations among fans, suggesting that “Fighter” might be an unoriginal replication of ‘Top Gun Maverick’. However, the trailer has effectively put those concerns to rest, showcasing its uniqueness and leaving a lasting impact on the audience.

Twitter has been ablaze with excitement, as reviews and praises flooded in from a majority of viewers. The social media platform struggled to contain the buzz generated by the trailer, as users expressed their enthusiasm for the film. Even amid initial doubts, the trailer has managed to win over audiences, and the film seems poised for success.

 

Addressing concerns of unoriginality, YouTuber Ashish Chanchlani responded emphatically to haters and trolls, adding his voice to the chorus of positive feedback. This indicates a collective acknowledgment of the trailer’s impact and a dismissal of any skepticism that may have surrounded the project.

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