Fighter First Day Advance Booking: Fighter will overpower South on the first day itself, read details

The release date of Siddharth Anand’s biggest aerial action drama ‘Fighter’ is approaching and the enthusiasm among the public is at its peak. The trailer of the film has set a different level with its power-packed action sequences, the best visual effects ever in 3D and 3D IMAX formats, and the sizzling chemistry of Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone. All these things have made the audience eager to watch the film on the big screen and hence without any delay the producers have opened the pre-booking windows from today.

Advance booking of Fighter has started, giving the audience an opportunity to book their tickets before the release of the film and ride the adrenaline pumping action packed ride. Seeing the eagerness shown for the film among the audience makes it clear that the film is ready to create records with its release. Coming on the big screen on the special occasion of 75th Republic Day, this is undoubtedly a great film to give a great start to 2024. The Jai Hind dialogue that is increasing the craze among the audience is a hair-raising experience. So the wait is worth it, book your tickets now and enjoy the ultimate action, which is immersed in the colors of patriotism.

Directed by Siddharth Anand and presented by Viacom18 Studios in association with Marflix Pictures, ‘Fighter’ is an epitome of cinematic brilliance. The film seamlessly blends heart-touching action and patriotic fervor, promising a unique cinematic experience. Prepare yourself for an epic journey as ‘Fighter’ flies into theaters on January 25, 2024 and delivers a spectacle that redefines the way cinema is watched. For information, let us tell you that till now 84 lakh advance booking of fighter tickets has been done. Let us tell you that the advance booking of Fighter has left Hanuman and Guntur Karam behind. While the advance booking for the first day of Hanuman was four thousand, the advance booking for Guntur Karam was Rs. 11 lakh 11 thousand 772 tickets were booked across the country for the first day.

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