TEJAS suffers as a result of an absence of logic and too many cinematic liberties.

Tejas Assessment {2.0/5} & Assessment Ranking

TEJAS is the story of a courageous officer. Tejas Gill (Kangana Ranaut) is a wing commander within the Indian Air Pressure. She and her colleague Arfa (Anshul Chauhan) are about to get suspended after they save an officer Vivek (Kashyap Shangari) from a prohibited space within the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Vivek is grateful to Tejas and asks her out for a date. Tejas agrees however remains to be underneath the trauma of dropping her mother and father and boyfriend Ekveer (Varun Mitra) throughout the 26/11 Mumbai terror assaults. Sooner or later, information is available in that an engineer named Shikhar Ali has been captured by terrorists in Pakistan. They ask for Kashmir in return for his launch. Movies of Shikhar being nabbed are viral on the web. Tejas sees his movies and realizes that he’s none apart from her batchmate, Prashant (Vishak Nair). She additionally realizes that he has used Morse code to ship his location, which is Mir Ali. Tejas informs about it to the IAF chief R Okay Panicker (Ashish Vidyarthi). She additionally requests him to permit her to go to Pakistan and rescue Prashant. Panicker agrees. What occurs subsequent types the remainder of the movie.

Sarvesh Mewara’s story has all the trimmings of a blockbuster. Sarvesh Mewara’s screenplay, nevertheless, is foolish. The narrative is riddled with scenes of comfort and in addition provides a deja vu of movies DUS [2005], CAPTAIN PHILLIPS [2013], MISSION IMPOSSIBLE, TOP GUN: MAVERICK [2022] and many others. Sarvesh Mewara’s dialogues are simply fantastic.

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Sarvesh Mewara’s path will not be upto the mark. To offer credit score the place it is due, some scenes are properly executed just like the sequence of the tribals and the 26/11 assault. He additionally packs in loads in 118 minutes.

Sadly, the minuses outweigh the plusses. The movie defies logic and the way. After a rocking intro scene, the movie falls when it’s proven that Tejas is the one one in her class to know concerning the Tejas plane. However the truth is that any IAF aspirant would know these fundamental particulars. Later, Tejas is the one one amongst all of the defence officers within the nation to guess that Prashant has used Morse code to ship his location. When Tejas tells her senior that she needs to go to Pakistan, we assume that the latter may have some hesitation. As an alternative, the senior officer right away agrees as if infiltrating into Pakistan is akin to a cakewalk! Then the style wherein Tejas hides the aircrafts on the Pakistani airport is a great concept however appears infantile on display screen.

Kangana Ranaut delivers a fantastic efficiency however appears fairly stiff in scenes the place she’s presupposed to look tough and hard. Anshul Chauhan lends in a position assist and in addition raises laughs. Ashish Vidyarthi is reliable. Varun Mitra is gorgeous whereas Kashyap Shangari will get no scope. Sunit Tandon (Academy trainer) leaves a mark. Vishak Nair is okay. Rohed Khan (Sarqalam), Rio Kapadia (RAW Chief) and Mohan Agashe (Prime Minister) do properly. Mushtaq Kak (Khatooni) hams.

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Tejas Official Trailer | Kangana Ranaut | Sarvesh Mewara | Ronnie Screwvala

Shashwat Sachdev’s music fails to register. ‘Jaan Da’ and ‘Aag Udi’ are the very best of the lot whereas the remainder of the songs like ‘Dil Hai Ranjhana’, ‘Reh Jao Na’ and ‘Ishq Hai Ranjhe Da’ are forgettable. Shashwat Sachdev’s background rating is uplifting.

Hari Okay Vedantam’s cinematography is suitable. Harpal Singh Barda, Vikram Dahiya and Amin Khatib’s motion is entertaining. Subrata Chakraborty and Amit Ray’s manufacturing design is satisfactory. Rohit Chaturvedi’s costumes are sensible. After Studios and Inventive Physician’s VFX is cheesy and really poor. Aarif Sheikh’s modifying is okay although it might have been crisper.

On the entire, TEJAS suffers as a result of an absence of logic and too many cinematic liberties. On the field workplace, it’s more likely to meet with a disastrous destiny as there may be hardly any buzz or pleasure across the film.