Tejas Movie Review: The much-awaited Kangana Ranaut action thriller film ‘Tejas’ was released today on the big screens. The film stars Kangana Ranaut in the main lead role, and she will be seen playing the role of an Indian Air Force Officer, Tejas Gill. The film is around 2 hours long, and you can watch it with your family and kids in cinema halls near you. The film is directed by Sarvesh Mewara and produced by Ronnie Screwvala.
The story of the film revolves around an IAF pilot, Tejas Gill, who lost her family in terrorist bombings. She is a great pilot, and in the recent task, she has done an excellent job. She was assigned another task in which she has to bring an Indian soldier back to Indian soil from Pakistani soil. Will she be able to do so, and why is her past haunting her again and again? To find out, you need to watch the full movie on the big screens.
The only good thing about the film is Kangana Ranaut; she has done a brilliant job in her role and was very good in every frame. The climax fight sequence was another plus point for the film. Coming to the negatives, the VFX is the weakest part of the film. Poor VFX is shown in the first 10 minutes of the film, which hurts the film badly. If you are making an ambitious film like this, you need to be prepared for the high budget and must have a great VFX team.
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Another worst part of the film is the first half and the timing of the songs in the film. In the first 45 minutes, there are 3-4 songs that never make any sense. The emotional connection was missing in the whole film, and the dialogues were also pretty average. The climax sequence was good, and Kangana looks stunning while flying Tejas. The rest of the things in the film fail in each and every aspect.
I am going with 1.5 out of 5 stars for the film. The film is a waste of time; the story lacks logic, the editing makes it dull, and the execution makes it a below-average film. I suggest you skip the film.
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