As the highly anticipated action thriller Fighter gears up for its release on January 25, Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone have finally put an end to the swirling rumours about a rift between them.
The rumour mill went into overdrive when Deepika was missing during the trailer launch and other promotional events. It led to widespread speculation about the alleged tension between the lead pair and the director.However, Siddharth Anand recently decided to put an end to the speculations surrounding Deepika’s absence.
Addressing the media at a recent press conference, Siddharth revealed, “Deepika Padukone had prior commitments due to which she couldn’t be a part of the initial promotional events. There is absolutely no rift between her and Hrithik. In fact, she has been actively involved in the film and is excited about its release.”

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Putting all doubts to rest, Deepika finally joined her co-stars Hrithik Roshan and Anil Kapoor at a promotional event in Mumbai today. The trio looked spectacular as they posed for the paparazzi.

Deepika made a stunning entrance in a knitted top paired with jeans while Hrithik donned a T-shirt, jeans, and a jacket, completing the look with a cap. Anil Kapoor kept it classy in a black shirt and trousers for the evening.
The trio engaged with the media, sharing their experiences working on Fighter and expressing their excitement about the upcoming release. The chemistry between Hrithik and Deepika was evident as they posed together for pictures, putting an end to any lingering doubts about their alleged rift.

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