Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone and Anil Kapoor Fighter has recorded below average responses in advance bookings. Siddharth Anand's directorial is closing its pre-booking with 1.40 lakh pre-sales across the top three national chains – PVR, Inox and Cinepolis, around 55% less than films like Brahmastra and tiger 3. Ideally, the film should have crossed at least 2 lakh ticket sales at PVR, Inox and Cinepolis; however, it is 30 percent lower than even minimum expectations.

Fighters Early Booking Update: Hrithik Roshan-Deepika Padukone Film Sells 1.40 Lakh TicketsFighters Early Booking Update: Hrithik Roshan-Deepika Padukone Film Sells 1.40 Lakh Tickets

With this early reservation, Fighter is targeting an opening day in the area of ​​Rs. 22 to 24 crores, and that too will happen only if the film achieves strong word of mouth and walk-in audiences towards the afternoon and evening shows due to the national holiday on the 2nd. The bulk business for Fighter It is coming from the national multiplex chains, and the massive audience is waiting for the talk to book their tickets.

Ideally, Fighter should have opened at north of Rs. 35 crores but that is not happening and several reasons can be listed for the same. It's a shame that a big-budget aerial action film with A-list stars and directors has suffered from a very poor marketing and PR campaign and the producers have to review their strategies for positioning high-priced performers. a movie like Fighter I should have easily looked at Rs. Between Rs 35 and 40 crore on the first day, but there is simply not enough awareness among the audience on the ground.

The film will look to show a big jump in collections on January 26 due to strong word of mouth and it is the journey from there that will decide the fate of this aerial action thriller.

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