Fighter: Controversy was created over this scene of the film 'Fighter', indian air Force officer of assam sent a legal notice to the makers

Hrithik roshan and deepika padukone starrer 'Fighter' has been in the headlines since its release. Although the film did not perform as expected by the makers at the box office, the film was liked by the audience. At the same time, critics also appreciated it. Now a controversy has come to light regarding a scene in this film. An indian air Force officer from assam has sent a legal notice to the makers.

Actually, in Fighter, hrithik roshan and deepika padukone were seen together on the big screen for the first time. The audience also liked the great chemistry between the two in the film. A kissing scene between deepika and Hrithik has also been filmed in a scene of Fighter, which displeased an assam air Force officer. If reports are to be believed, Officer Soumya Deep Das says that the kissing scene in uniform is insulting to the indian air Force.

According to reports, the indian air Force officer also said that the kissing scene between Hrithik and deepika in army uniform is a disrespect to the honor and sanctity associated with the uniform. Therefore, they have sent a legal notice to the manufacturers of the fighter. However, there has been no response from the makers yet in this matter.

In a recent interview, siddharth anand talked about the weak box office performance of 'Fighter'. The film was released on january 25 (Thursday), a day before the Republic Day weekend. The 'Fighter' director admitted that releasing a film in the middle of the week presents a lot of challenges. He said that the box office performance of 'Pathan', released in the year 2023, had increased expectations.

Apart from hrithik roshan and deepika padukone, many other actors like Anil Kapoor, karan Singh Grover, and akshay oberoi have played lead roles in the film. In this, deepika is seen in the role of Squadron leader Meenal Rathod (Mini) in the air Dragons unit. Whereas, Hrithik has played the role of Squadron leader Shamsher Pathania, who is fondly called 'Patty' by his unit.

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