The first look of Kangana Ranaut‘s upcoming film Tejas has been released. The still shows Kangana in the uniform of an air force pilot walking ahead of an IAF jet. Kangana’s team tweeted the first look of the film and said, “For all the brave-hearted and strong-headed women in Uniform who make sacrifices for our nation day in and day out.” They further added, “Kangana to play an airforce pilot in her next, titled – TEJAS.”
The actress will play the role of an Indian Air Force pilot in this upcoming movie, directed by Sarvesh Mewara. The Indian Air Force was the first to welcome women in combat roles in 2016. The movie Tejas takes inspiration from the landmark event reported Times of India.
- Kangana Ranaut says, “I hope we instil a sense of patriotism and pride in the youth of today with this movie.”
- Tejas, set to hit the cinemas in April 2021, will bring us the story of what women can achieve when given a chance.
- Tejas is a fighter plane designed by Aeronautical Development Agency and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited for the Indian Air Force and Indian Navy.
“Tejas is a film where I have the honor of playing the role of one such Air Force pilot who puts country before self.”
Kangana told the Mumbai Mirror “Very often, the sacrifices made by our brave women in uniform go unnoticed by the nation.” She further added, “Tejas is a film where I have the honor of playing the role of one such Air Force pilot who puts country before self.” She also added, “I hope we instill a sense of patriotism and pride in the youth of today with this movie.” Furthermore, she said, “I’m looking forward to the journey with Sarvesh and Ronnie on this one.”
Tejas is set to bring us the story of what women can achieve when given a chance. RSVP has earlier also given us the film Uri: The Surgical Strike. Tejas is set to go to cinemas in April 2021. Tejas is the fighter plane for the Indian Air Force and Indian Navy. Aeronautical Development Agency and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited designed Tejas.
Kangana said, “I will undergo intense training before the shoot starts. My director has decided to get professional trainers on board. I’ve always wanted to play a soldier and have been fascinated with the Armed Forces since childhood.” She further added, “I’ve never held back my emotions for our jawans and spoken openly about how strongly I feel about their heroism. They keep our country secure and our people safe. So, I’m very happy to be doing this film.”
“I will undergo intense training before the shoot starts. My director has decided to get professional trainers on board.”
In the near future, Ranaut will also be seen in the film Thalaivi, the biopic of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. Her last release was the film Panga.
Mansi is an Intern at SheThePeople.TV