Under the direction of Siddharth Anand, Fighter
narrates the story of a perilous mission carried out by Indian Air Force soldiers in order to preserve national integrity and spare it from the fury of a lunatic whose only goal was to bring the country to its knees.
Shamsher Pathania, often known as Patty, was frequently in difficulty due to his impetuous disposition. Although he had a group of skilled fighters under him and respected them all, he also believed that he was the best person for the job and frequently felt that it was preferable to go with his gut than to follow protocol. Now let's see what transpired in the movie and whether the Indian soldiers succeeded in saving the day.
What Attributed to Pulwama?
Being a prominent member of the terrorist group, Majid Khan ensured that there was disturbance throughout the entire valley. He completed multiple missions to guarantee that the area would never experience peace. The army recognised that Majid Khan's capture with his cache of explosives was a major win since they had been hunting for the notorious criminal for some time. They had no idea that they were approaching a trap that Azhar Akhtar himself had planned.
There was widespread mayhem on the streets as soon as the news was released. People began throwing stones, and the enraged mobs caused significant damage to a lot of public property. Reinforcements were summoned in when things went out of control, and Azhar Akhtar wanted them to arrive. He had indoctrinated a young man into thinking that he would enter paradise if he gave his life in defence of his faith. The young youngster triggered the device after driving by the CRPF troopers' truck.
Rocky didn't like Patty; why?
In addition to being Patty's fiancé, Naina Jai Singh was an accomplished pilot in the Indian Air Force. Together, they were on a mission, with Naina heading to save the Garud soldiers who were trapped on the ground and Patty supporting them from behind. In an ideal world, she wouldn't have flown her chopper so near to the location where missiles were being fired from. She informed Patty that she intended to carry out her plan, and he did not intervene. A missile struck Naina's chopper, causing her to fall to the ground and pass away instantly.
How Azhar Akhtar Was Killed by Patty?
Azhar Akhtar was caught off guard when the Garud forces were forced to the ground because he hadn't anticipated the Indian soldiers to show there before dark. Azhar Akhtar was faithful to his country, but the R&A spy Yafid Salim tricked him into thinking he was on his side. After a bloody confrontation between Azhar Akhtar and the "Garud" soldiers, the Pakistani forces and terrorists eventually outnumbered the Indian soldiers. When Sukhi and Mini were dispatched to retrieve the soldiers, Azhar destroyed Sukhi's chopper to ensure that a significant number of soldiers could not flee.
Mini saved Taj, but she also chose not to return to India because she was aware that the soldiers on the ground required her assistance. Patty, who had been acting merely as an observer, made the decision to assume command at that point. He warned his superiors that while they were free to court martial him, he was not going to watch helplessly as his comrades perished. Rakesh may have opposed Patty from the start, but on this occasion he yielded.
We witnessed Patty and Rakesh wreaking devastation on the enemy forces while flying the identical Sukhoi jet during the conclusion of Fighter. When Patty and Azhar Akhtar did ultimately meet, the former exacted revenge on the latter by killing him. When Patty at last accepted the past, he expressed to Mini how much he wanted to spend time with her. He made amends with Rakesh as well, who acknowledged the reality and informed Paty that he was mistaken to have been blaming him all along. Taj was spared, and the Indian Air Force personnel returned along with Patty, Mini, Rakesh, and others.
Starring Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone, and Anil Kapoor, the film is produced by Viacom18 Studios and Marflix Pictures. It is the first in a planned series of aerial action films.