On the occasion of Indian Air Force Day, Kangana Ranaut took to her social media account and paid a tribute to the Indian Air Force officers. The actress who is geared up to play the role of an air force pilot in one of her upcoming ventures titled Tejas, shared a picture of her dressed in the pilot's uniform, standing tall with an air force plane in the background. In her post she spoke about the Indian Air Force’s bravery, greatness and sacrifices.
Helmed by debut director Sarvesh Mewara and produced by Ronnie Screwvala, the film is reported to go on floors in December 2020. Her caption to this post read, “Team #Tejas wishing everyone #IndianAirforceDay, our film is an ode to our Air Force’s greatness, bravery and sacrifice..... Jai Hind @RonnieScrewvala@sarveshmewara1” In the month of February 2020, the actress had shared the first look from the film, as she announced this flick. In her caption to this post she spoke about brave hearted and strong women in uniform.
Her caption read,“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”
Meanwhile the actress after the COVID-19 lockdown resumed the shoot of Thalaivi, a biopic based on the life of Tamil Nadu's former Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa. ALSO READ: Thalaivi: Kangana Ranaut Shares A Pic Of Mother Making Season’s First Makki Ki Roti Back In Manali As She Resumes Filming The Biopic
In the last couple of months, the actress has been in news for her explosive interview after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death calling out some big names from the industry for nepotism, groupism and favouritism. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Swara Bhasker Takes A Sly Dig At Kangana Ranaut After AIIMS Report Rules Out Murder; ‘Weren’t Some People Going To Return Their Awards?’
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