Hrithik Roshan’s cinematic spectacle, “Fighter,” has achieved a remarkable feat by crossing the 300 crore mark at the global box office, establishing itself as the first Indian film of 2024 to reach this milestone.
While the film experienced an impressive surge during its second weekend, both in India and overseas, the pace has seen a decline on weekdays. Despite this, “Fighter” continues to outperform some major Bollywood hits on the worldwide box office.
The dynamic collaboration between Hrithik Roshan and director Siddharth Anand has consistently delivered memorable cinematic experiences. However, the film’s content, though commendable, has faced challenges in reaching a broader audience and attaining the recognition it deserves.
The global success of “Fighter” is noteworthy, surpassing the 300 crore milestone and outshining other Bollywood hits in the process. The magnitude of the film’s production costs and the heightened expectations may have influenced perceptions of its performance. Nevertheless, the film’s ability to outpace notable releases underscores its impact on the international cinematic landscape.
As “Fighter” continues its journey at the worldwide box office, the collaboration between Hrithik Roshan and Siddharth Anand stands as a testament to their cinematic prowess, leaving an indelible mark on the industry. The film’s trajectory and its ongoing reception in global markets contribute to its status as a significant player in the evolving landscape of Indian cinema in 2024.