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‘Fighter’ box office collection day 13

'Fighter' box office collection day 13: The Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone registers its lowest collection so far; mints just over Rs 3 crore

A legal notice has been issued to Fighter, stating that the film misrepresents the dignity of the Indian Air Force and devalues the sacrifices made by officers in service of the nation. The notice emphasizes the importance of maintaining high standards of discipline and decorum.

Siddharth Anand

‘s ‘Fighter’, starring

Hrithik Roshan

and

Deepika Padukone

registered its

lowest collection

at the

domestic box office

so far on its day 13. The aerial thriller minted a little over Rs 3 crore.
According to a report in Sacnilk.com, Fighter is likely to mint over ₹180 crore in India in less than two weeks of its release. The film released in theatres on January 25.

The week one collection of the film was Rs. 146.5 crore. On day 9 (second Friday), the film minted Rs. 5.75 crore, on day 10 (second Saturday), it earned Rs. 10.5 crore, on day 11 (second Sunday), Rs. 12.5 crore; and on day 12, it minted Rs. 3.25 crore. On day 13, the film is likely to earn Rs. 3.01 crore nett in India for all languages. So far, Fighter has likely minted Rs. 181.51 crore nett at the domestic box office.

Hrithik Roshan-Deepika Padukone’s ‘Fighter’ gets legal notice from IAF officer over a kissing scene. Deets inside

India TV reported on Tuesday that Fighter received a legal notice concerning a kissing scene involving the lead actors. The notice was issued by Wing Commander Saumya Deep Das, an officer of the Indian Air Force. According to the notice, the film misrepresents the dignity of the

Indian Air Force

symbol by incorporating it into a scene promoting personal romantic relationships, thus devaluing the sacrifices made by officers in service of the nation.

Additionally, the notice stated that the film normalizes inappropriate behavior in uniform, which sets a dangerous precedent and undermines the moral and ethical standards expected from those entrusted with safeguarding borders. The act of kissing in uniform, particularly on a runway within a technical area, is deemed grossly inappropriate and unbecoming of an IAF officer. This portrayal contradicts the high standards of discipline and decorum expected from them.

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