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Fighter director Siddharth Anand reacts to his film’s ‘Anti-Pakistan’ criticism, asks critics to watch film in theatres

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Fighter director Siddharth Anand reacts to his film’s ‘Anti-Pakistan’ criticism, asks critics to watch film in theatres
Fighter director Siddharth Anand reacts to his film’s ‘Anti-Pakistan’ criticism, asks critics to watch film in theatres

Indian film Fighter, starring Deepika Padukone, Hrithik Roshan, and Anil Kapoor, is scheduled for a theatrical launch on January 25, 2024. In a media interplay, director Siddharth Anand responded to the film’s criticism over the trailer and content material being referred to as ‘anti-Pakistan.’

Fighter director Siddharth Anand reacts to his film’s ‘Anti-Pakistan’ criticism, asks critics to watch film in theatres
Fighter director Siddharth Anand (left) with actor Hrithik Roshan. Photo credit score: Siddharth Anand/X

Anand stated, “When it comes to the trailer, you do put out a number of traces. You can’t play out the entire film. Then why will you go to the theatre? You do elevate some questions, some sparks so that individuals can come and watch the film. Hence, our trailer has serviced precisely that motive.

“In a manner, I’m completely satisfied it’s carried out that. It’s made them inquisitive, and I’d inform them to come to theatres, and all of your questions could be answered. You will perceive the content material and feelings behind it,” he stated.

Further, Anand stated that Fighter fights in opposition to terrorism and so they have emphasised the identical via the film. He stated that he would name Fighter extra nationalistic than jingoistic.

“Some issues are simply being taken out of context. I’d say it once more that watch the film first. I don’t need to spur loads of pointless controversies. Fighter is a contented Indian film. Bharat ki film hai (It is India’s film). It’s a patriotic film,” he concluded.

(The article is printed underneath a mutual content material partnership association between The Free Press Journal and Connected to India)

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