Fans respond to Hrithik Roshan’s crisp portrayal of Squadron Leader Shamsher Pathania in Fighter

The action movie Fighter, directed by Siddharth Anand, stars Hrithik Roshan. The much-awaited poster for the film, which stars Roshan, was unveiled today by the producers.

Fighter, an action film starring Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone, is one of the most eagerly awaited Bollywood releases of 2024. The posters that the film’s creators announced have served to create a lot of buzz for the Siddharth Anand-directed picture.

Netizens are thrilled about the recent internet release of Roshan’s character’s first image from the movie.


Character poster for Fighter Out featuring Hrithik Roshan

Hrithik Roshan shared a poster for the movie on Instagram today, December 4. In it, Roshan plays Squadron Leader Shamsher Pathania, also known as Patty, and he’s dressed in an Air Force uniform. “Squadron Leader Shamsher Pathania,” was the caption.

Reactions to Hrithik Roshan’s first appearance

Several fans, including celebrities, expressed their shock over Roshan’s initial glance in the comment section. Pooja Hegde commented, “I mean… HOW so fine?!!!!!!”Zayed Khan wrote, “Yeah baby!!! Ek number ! Fab! “. “Literally so excited (also you are literally so fineeeeeee),” a fan said. In an excited comment, another follower stated, “Another character can’t wait to see you my hero.”

About Fighter:

Siddharth Anand, who most recently led the hugely successful Pathaan starring Shah Rukh Khan, is the director of Fighter. The movie, which is part of an upcoming aerial action franchise, stars Anil Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, and Hrithik Roshan among others. This was postponed several times because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fighter will hit theaters on January 25, 2024.


Hrithik was most recently featured in the underwhelming action-crime movie Vikram Vedha (2022) starring Saif Ali Khan. In the movie, which was an adaptation of a Tamil movie, Roshan played a character who was grey. In addition to Fighter, he is now filming War 2, directed by Ayan Mukerji, the follow-up to his 2019 feature War.