Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone and Anil Kapoor’s film is in discussion everywhere these days. People have liked the trailer of the film very much and it is believed that it will get a bumper opening. But amidst the praise the trailer is receiving, the makers have also suffered a big blow. Apart from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), almost all the Gulf countries have refused to allow the release of the fighter.
Fighter, directed by Siddharth Anand, is to be released all over the world. There were plans to release it in Gulf countries also, but the Censor Board of The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has refused to give censor certificate to the film. According to Pinkvilla’s report, the film was screened in front of the GCC Censor Board on January 10. But on January 23, the makers were told that the film would not be given a certificate to release.
Will not be released in these countries
The Gulf Cooperation Council includes countries like Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman and United Arab Emirates. Bollywood films have been liked a lot in many of these countries. In such a situation, the makers may have to suffer losses if the release of the fighter is stopped there.
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How much will you earn on the first day?
Advance booking of the fighter is going well. So far, more than 70 thousand tickets of the film have been sold in the national chains for the first day. Its advance booking numbers are increasing with every passing moment. If reports are to be believed, the film may get an opening of more than Rs 25 crore on the day of release. After this, further increase in its earnings can be expected because the film is sure to get big profits on 26th January and the weekend.
This film based on Pulwama attack and Balakot airstrike is coming on the occasion of Republic Day. This is the comeback of Siddharth Anand after the success of Pathan. In such a situation, everyone’s eyes are on the film.