Kangana Ranaut Pays Tribute To Indian Airforce At India Vs Afghanistan Cricket Pre-Match

In a powerful display of solidarity with the Indian Air Force and the upcoming film ‘Tejas,’ Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut made a striking appearance at the India vs Afghanistan pre-match event in an authentic Indian Airforce uniform.

Celebrating ‘Tejas’ and Female Fighter Pilots

Actress Kangana Ranaut honors the Indian Airforce in a powerful moment ahead of her film 'Tejas' release.

Ranaut’s attire at the event pays homage to the brave female fighter pilots of the Indian Air Force and their incredible contributions. ‘Tejas,’ the film she is starring in, is a grand spectacle dedicated to these fearless women and the IAF.

Meeting the First Woman Rafale Fighter Pilot

Prior to her appearance, Kangana Ranaut had the honor of meeting Flight Lieutenant Shivangi Singh, the first and only woman Rafale fighter pilot in the IAF. Her interaction with Singh added a significant layer of authenticity to her presence at the cricket event.

A Commanding Presence

In her IAF uniform, Kangana Ranaut exuded strength and fierceness, mirroring the aura of a female Air Force officer. Her appearance left an indelible mark, emphasizing the essence of ‘Tejas’ and the film’s portrayal of Indian Air Force authenticity.

‘Tejas’: A Glimpse at the IAF

The recently released trailer of ‘Tejas’ promises a high-production cinematic experience, offering an authentic depiction of the Indian Air Force. The film also showcases India’s own indigenously manufactured Light Combat Aircraft, HAL Tejas, in intense combat scenarios.

Tejas Gill’s Heroic Story

While not primarily focused on the aircraft, ‘Tejas’ follows the life of pilot Tejas Gill, portraying her as a valiant rescue and attack pilot. The film delves into her confrontations with the Pakistan Air Force and her battles against on-ground terrorist forces, as well as her intense dogfights with the PAF.

‘Tejas’ Release

Distributed and produced by RSVP, ‘Tejas’ features Kangana Ranaut in the titular role and has been written and directed by Sarvesh Mewara. Produced by Ronnie Screwvala, the film is set to hit theaters on October 27, 2023, promising a cinematic tribute to the courage of female fighter pilots in the Indian Air Force.

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