Hrithik Roshan on Sunday, officially started the countdown to the release of the highly anticipated ‘Fighter’ movie trailer.
The actor, took to his social media handle to share a cool new poster of himself with his co-stars Deepika Padukone and Anil Kapoor as he got fans hyped and excited for the trailer launch set for 12 noon on Monday. Sharing the poster on Instagram, Hrithik Roshan announced, “#FighterTrailer TOMORROW at 12:00 PM IST.#Fighter Forever #FighterOn25thJan releasing worldwide. Experience on the big screen in IMAX 3D.”
In anticipation of the trailer release for the Siddharth Anand film, the makers have been releasing a bunch of behind the scenes stills, posters and even a few songs for fans to groove to before the film hits theatres on January 25.
Unlike the other promotional posters, this new one showcases the lead trio in their fighter pilot uniforms, with a tricolor in the background, evoking a sense of patriotism, intune for the film’s Republic Day release.
The poster has stirred excitement among fans, who flooded the comments section, expressing their enthusiasm for the film’s release over the extended weekend.
Ahead of the trailer launch, it was revealed a few days ago that Siddharth dedicated the past month to perfecting the short clip. The trailer, scheduled for release on January 15, is expected to present a shift in the template from previous promotional materials. Insiders suggest that the trailer will exude patriotism and feature some dialogues from Hrithik that will surely pack a punch. The clip is also expected to unveil aspects of the film that were previously kept under wraps.
The visuals and themes are anticipated to resonate with the nation’s mood, especially during the Republic Day season.

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