Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Tejas’ had released in theatres on October 20. The film saw Kangana playing an Indian Air Force pilot, for which she got a lot of appreciation. ‘Tejas’ was based on the life of real-life Air Force pilot Tejas Gill and it was written and directed by Sarvesh Mewara and produced by Ronnie Screwvala. Despite the accolades which Kangana got for her performance, the film didn’t perform exceedingly well at the box office.But ‘Tejas’ is now releasing on OTT.
The film is set to stream on Zee5 from January 5 onwards. Earlier when the movie had screened for for Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Indian Air Force Officers, Kangana had spoken about the movie. She had said that ‘Tejas’ is not a film on women empowerment but about women’s power. During the release, the actress had urged people to watch the movie in theatres. She had said that people who enjoyed movies like ‘Uri‘ or ‘Mary Kom’ will like ‘Tejas’.
In a video, Kangana had said, “Friends, my film Tejas released in theatres yesterday. Whoever has seen this film, has been giving us a lot of appreciation and blessings. But friends, after Covid 19, our Hindi film industry has not been able to recover totally. 99% films are not even given a chance by the audience. I know that in today’s age, everyone has a mobile phone, and TV at home. But community viewing, in theatres which is an important part of our civilization from the very beginning. Dance, arts… every type of dance, folklores… are all essential. So, it is my earnest request to the Hindi film audience and specially the multiplex ones… if you liked Uri, Mary Kom and Neerja, you will also like Tejas.”
Now that it releases on OTT, hopefully, the movie should reach more people! Kangana will be seen next in ‘Emergency‘ which she has also directed!

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