Let us begin this post with some patriotism. Jai Hind, Jai Bharat. Kangana Ranaut is an amazing actor and there is absolutely no doubt about it. Kangana has really surprised each and every one us by sharing a look of hers from the upcoming film Tejas which is based on the Indian Army.
In Tejas, she will be playing the role of a daring Air Force Pilot. For your information, the Indian Air Force was the first defence force in India that allowed women into combat roles in the year 2016. This movie takes its inspiration from this very important event in Indian history.
The social media team of Ranaut shared the look of hers on social media. You can clearly see how wonderful she is looking in this photograph, in the role of a pilot. We are so excited to watch the movie. After URI this is going to be a huge hit.
“For all the brave-hearted and strong-headed women in Uniform who make sacrifices for our nation day in and day out… Kangana to play an airforce pilot in her next, titled – TEJAS,” is what her social media post read.
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For all the brave hearted and strong headed women in Uniform who make sacrifices for our nation day in and day out …. Kangana to play an airforce pilot in her next , titled – #TEJAS . . #KanganaRanaut @team_kangana_ranaut #RonnieScrewvala @sarveshmewara @nonabains @rsvpmovies
The highlight of Tejas is going to be that when it comes to the question of serving your nation, it doesn’t matter if you are a man or a woman, both are equally capable of doing so with intensity. Given the right opportunity, everyone will stand to protect and serve their motherland.
Integrity, courage, and honor are the three pillars on which the story of Tejas is based.
Sarvesh Mewara is the writer and he will also be directing the film which will go on floors in the summer of 2020 and will release in the upcoming year, April 2021.
“We made an army-centric/army-based film with Uri: The Surgical Strike. Tejas is our dedication to the brave fighter pilots of the Indian Air Force, who always put the country first. We are excited and honored to share this brave story with viewers and hope it inspires many more women to join the Air Force,” says Ronnie Screwvala.