Bollywood

Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone To Perform Action Sequences Together In ‘Fighter’

Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone are all set to share screen space with their upcoming action-adventure ‘Fighter’. The film is said to be India’s first aerial action franchise. Hrithik will be essaying the role of an Indian Air Force pilot in the film. Now, according to a report on a leading portal, Deepika will also portray the role of a pilot. Director Siddharth Anand told the website that the co-stars will be doing a lot of action sequences together. He added that the duo is part of the same team in the movie. The filmmaker added that levelling up the action with Hrithik and Deepika is a challenge for him, especially after his last flick ‘War’. He went on to say that after ‘War’, the expectations are high from ‘Fighter’. However, Siddharth also feels that as this movie (‘Figther’) will be the first of its kind, there is no benchmark set in Indian…

Bollywood

Hrithik Roshan-Deepika Padukone Starrer ‘Fighter’ To Release In 2023

Mark your calendars as the release date for superstars Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone-starrer ‘Fighter’ is out. The film is set to release on Republic Day 2023. Indian film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh confirmed the news on his Instagram handle. “HRITHIK – DEEPIKA’S ‘FIGHTER’ TO RELEASE ON REPUBLIC DAY 2023… #Fighter – starring #HrithikRoshan and #DeepikaPadukone – to release on 26 Jan 2023… Directed by #SiddharthAnand… Produced by Ajit Andhare [#Viacom18Studios], Mamta Anand, Ramon Chibb and Anku Pande. #RepublicDay,” he captioned the post. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Taran Adarsh (@taranadarsh) The film is being helmed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Ajit Andhare (Viacom18 Studios), Mamta Anand, Ramon Chibb and Anku Pande. Speaking about the upcoming project, Ajit said, “An aerial action film offers a unique Cinematic experience. Its never been done in India. Being a Top…

International

California Firefighters Battle Big Wildfires In High Heat

Hundreds of firefighters worked Thursday in high heat to beat back three large wildfires in the forests of far Northern California, where the flames destroyed several homes and forced some communities to evacuate. Mount Shasta, the volcano that towers over the region, was shrouded in a haze from smoke plumes that could be seen in images from weather satellites in space. The scene was ominously reminiscent of last year’s California wildfire season, which scorched more than 6,562 square miles (17,000 square kilometers) of land, the most in the state’s recorded history. An extraordinary Pacific Northwest heat wave that extended into the upper reaches of California was slowly receding, but it was only expected to cool off slightly before temperatures trend back up heading into the Fourth of July weekend, forecasters said. “It is very hot and dry,” said Suzi Johnson, a Shasta-Trinity National Forest…