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Tejas trailer: Kangana Ranaut’s Air Force pilot on a mission to rescue Indian spy held captive in Pakistan

Helmed by Sarvesh Mewara, the air-action film is slated to release on October 27

Urmi Chakraborty Calcutta Published 09.10.23, 12:53 PM
A still from the Tejas trailer.

A still from the Tejas trailer. YouTube

Kangana Ranaut’s Air Force pilot embarks on a daring mission to rescue an Indian spy held captive by terrorists in Pakistan in the trailer of Sarvesh Mewara’s air-action film Tejas.

Recently shared by RSVP Movies on Youtube, the two-minute-33-second-long video begins with a few shots of fighter jets, one of which is being operated by Kangana’s Tejas Gill. In the next scene, we hear a voiceover of Tejas’ superior officer who is considering the young pilot for a dangerous mission and then see her being entrusted with the responsibility of rescuing an Indian spy from the clutches of terrorists in Pakistan. The video ends with aerial action scenes as Tejas and her colleagues try to rescue the spy and destroy the terrorist den.


“Terrorism should be personal for everyone. That’s the only way it can be eradicated from this world” — Kangana delivers this bold dialogue in the trailer, which dropped on Indian Air Force Day on October 8.

Touted as India’s first air-action film, Tejas is written and directed by Sarvesh Mewara. Originally slated to release on October 20, the film will now hit theatres on October 27.

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