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Times of India
The title: "Fighter", the tagline: 'Marbo...noy morbo', the poster: the barebodied hero flaunting his eight packs. You don't need to rack your brains to realize that Ravi Kinagi's official remake of a Telugu film, is packed with action and adventure.
With Jeet, "Fighter"'s Surjo, having made news with his newly-acquired packs, it does not come as a surprise that one would get to feast one's eyes on his physique in the film. So, there you have Surjo hanging upside down at a police station, showing grit and tolerance as he bears the batons and the rods. But you can't just make the hero hang and let the bad man carry on with his plan, can you? It is time for the phoenix to rise again. Hence, Surjo takes matters into his own hands from such a position and escapes from the clutches of the cops to avenge the death of his brother, the honest officer, ACP Bose (Ferdous).
In short then, this is a story of family, values, two brothers and the fight of both against Section Shankar (Bharat Kaul). When Section Shankar murders Bose and frames him in a case of money laundering, it is up to Surjo to come to the rescue. And aiding him in his fight for justice is his love, Indu (Srabanti).
Back in full josh with the Jeet-Srabanti jodi, Ravi Kinagi casts his commercial magic once again. The man knows how to utilize his characters and he does so this time around too. With a new crop, Srabanti looks all the more young and convincingly slips into the character of a college-goer. Though accepting Jeet as a college student is a tad difficult, the actor is a winner with his new abs and action sequences. Clearly Jeet is a 'Fighter'.
In short, if commercial is your cup of tea and you swear by the Ravi Kinagi-Jeet-Srabanti combo, "Fighter" should be the film on your list.