For their upcoming film, Fighter, director Siddharth Anand and actor Hrithik Roshan will reunite. The two had previously collaborated on the hugely popular action movies War and Bang Bang. In reality, Hrithik and Siddharth have begun filming for the upcoming movie as well. Hrithik announced the conclusion of the Hyderabad schedule on his verified social media account earlier in March of this year. According to recent rumors, the producers are currently preparing for the 120-hour action-packed climax shot.
According to a rumor by Pinkvilla, the Fighter climax will last 25 minutes. According to a source cited in the article, “Hrithik Roshan and Siddharth Anand are getting ready to shoot their biggest climax to yet because they know the stakes are high with Fighter. For this action-packed climactic scene, which will last roughly 25 minutes in the movie, the crew will shoot for more than 120 hours. The crew will film hand-to-hand battles in addition to aerial footage for the final episode of Fighter. This big conclusion shoot will include Hrithik Roshan, Deepika, and Anil.
The insider further stated, “Fighter shoot is going on as per the schedule and the team will call it a wrap on principal photography by early June.” The team is currently filming at the SRPF Grounds in Jogeshwari, Mumbai. The next six months will be spent putting on the finishing touches to the film’s extensive use of visual effects.
Giving more information, the Source stated, “DNEG, who has already won an Oscar for their work, is in charge of the VFX for Fighter. In order to live up to Siddharth Anand’s epic vision for Fighter as a big-screen spectacle, the production team is doing everything possible.