In its eighth day of release, the dynamic trio of Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone, and Anil Kapoor continue to captivate audiences worldwide with their film "Fighter," maintaining a steady performance at the box office. The latest reports indicate a 10% decline in Thursday's collections compared to Wednesday, with the Indian box office contributing 4.5 to 5.5 Crore nett according to trade figures. The cumulative Indian box office collection now stands at an impressive 148.1 to 149.1 Crore nett as reported by producers, and 137.5 to 138.5 Crore according to trade figures.

Reflecting on the film's journey in the first seven days, "Fighter" exhibited resilience, accumulating 143.6 Crore nett according to producers and 132 Crore nett as per trade figures. A notable surge was witnessed on day 4, where the film garnered 30.2 Crore nett (Producer Figure) and 28 Crore nett (Trade Figure), showcasing strong audience engagement.

Internationally, "Fighter" has made a mark, grossing $7.8 million USD or 64.8 Crore globally, excluding the Middle East where it faces restrictions, except in the UAE. The film's global box office collection has now soared to an impressive 235 Crore gross.

The cinematic spectacle opened on a grand scale, premiering across 4200 screens in India on its first day. The film, crafted with precision and creativity, was brought to life with an estimated budget of 200 Crores, covering production and promotional aspects. Economically, "Fighter" is on the cusp of achieving milestone distinctions – requiring a surpassing of the 200 Crore mark to be hailed as a hit and a commendable 180 Crores for an average performance.

Noteworthy is the film's stellar opening day, securing the top position among Hindi films in 2024 with a collection of 24.6 Crore. As the cinematic journey of "Fighter" unfolds, it continues to command attention, leaving an indelible mark on the 2024 box office landscape.