Kangana Ranaut is one of the most controversial stars of Bollywood.
He is known for his outspokenness. Whatever is happening in the country and the world, the actress never lags behind in expressing her opinion.
Many people do not like this and what she said at all, but at least they could say that Kangana Ranaut is a good actress. But if those people see Kangana’s new film ‘Tejas’, they will not be able to say even this.
What is the story of the film?
Let’s talk about the story of Tejas, this film is about a girl named Tejas Gill, who is a pilot in the Indian Air Force. Tejas is brave and intelligent. And she is also stubborn and without any fear ignores the orders of her senior to save her country’s soldiers.
She can also read the secrets hidden behind faces. And solving problems is a game of his left hand. But as brave as Tejas is on the outside, she is equally broken on the inside. The reason for this is also very big.
India is always under threat from terrorists. In such a situation, one day an Indian spy who went to Pakistan as an engineer is caught. Indian agency is working to save it. Meanwhile Tejas takes upon himself the responsibility of saving her.
The spy has news of a major incident taking place in the Ram temple built in Ayodhya, India and life is precious for the country. But saving him is not an easy thing. But if Tejas has decided then no one can stop him. In such a situation, she will go on this suicide mission and do something.
How is the movie?
The story of the film may sound good or okay, but the makers have failed to portray it properly on screen. In this movie, everything from acting to editing, VFX, dialogue, consistency is a problem.
Looking at the first half of the film, it seems that Kangana Ranaut has forgotten acting, at some places her actions seem so childish that you hold your head.
It is visible that Kangana Ranaut has worked hard in the role of Tejas Gill, but only in the combat training, the film runs back and forth a lot.
Except Tejas, all its characters are shallow. In order to show Tejas as a hero, it seems as if no work has been done on anything else. Every dialogue of the film makes you feel cringe.
In one scene, Tejas goes to his partner Prashant and asks what he is mumbling. He says that he has written a poem. What is that poem? ‘We will keep flying, we will be useful to the country’.
While watching the scenes of the movie, it seems that director Sarvesh Mewada was himself forgetting what a character was doing while making it.
One thing is happening in one scene and that thing is changing in the next scene. First the characters are talking about going for dinner, then in the next scene they are saying about the same, lunch is not over, let’s have dinner.
You don’t get a chance to connect with even a single character in the film. Not even from Tejas.
Despite making a film on a big and heavy subject, its characters have not been given much depth nor have they been brought alive on the screen in such a way that you connect with them.
There are many childish things in the film. Entire aircraft of the Indian Air Force are being hidden behind a computerized film.
Those planes are parked inside another country. And their radar is not able to detect them, terrorists have entered the country and are about to attack, but they are being eliminated within 2 minutes.
Big problems are being solved in a jiffy without any special build up. These are such sequences which should make your heart beat faster, but alas, nothing like that happens.
It is better if we don’t talk about the VFX of the movie because these are very bad. Seeing the VFX will remind you of a cheap cartoon movie.
This is one of the weakest and worst films of Kangana Ranaut. Kangana has shown us much better work than this before. Seeing her here, one cannot believe that this is the same Kangana, who has given a film like Queen.
Anshul Chauhan is with him in it. His work is quite good. Actors like Ashish Vidyarthi, Varun Mitra, Mushtaq Kak are also a part of this film.
The first half of the film is absolutely unbearable, the second half is fine in comparison. Overall Tejas is a very disappointing film