A fascinating look behind the camera into the making of Fighter!

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Starring Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone, Anil Kapoor, Karan Singh Grover and Akshay Oberoi, Siddharth Anand’s passion project, Fighter, is ready to hit the sky and the big screen on January 25th. As the countdown to the much-anticipated aerial action film continues, the makers have unveiled a behind-the-scenes (BTS) video providing an exclusive look into the making of the film. The BTS video offers a captivating glimpse into the extensive effort and dedication that went into creating the high-octane action sequences of Fighter.

The video takes us inside the film and share insights into the challenges and triumphs faced during the production.

Director Siddharth Anand emphasized the unique aspects of the film, stating, “The mission was to make a film on the air force which they can be proud of and is authentic. We used real planes, real choppers, real bases, real meeting rooms, real tarmacs, and real hangars.”

Speaking on the effort behind filming, he added, “Fighter is something which has taken years and an insane amount of prep by hundreds of people and thousands of storyboards.” The visionary director has also extensively researched on maneuvers of the plane, and how the officers operate with training, briefing and communications.”

Producer Mamta Anand (Marflix Pictures) reveals, “This film has been Siddharth’s longest dream. It’s been a long journey for him to make this passion project of his, and what better for us to start our company, Marflix, with Fighter.”

“Fighter will surprise you with its emotions, with its patriotism. It’s going to be a ride that is going to have its highs and take you through its lows, it’s going to be like a heartbeat. It’s constantly alive for the film. And that’s the journey of Fighter,” concludes Director Siddharth Anand. The highly anticipated film releases globally on 25th January, 2024.

Check out the incredible BTS video:
“Hundreds of people, thousands of storyboards, and years of hard work. Taking you behind the lens of the action!”

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