Tejas Movie Review

Tejas Movie top 5 Review

Ratings: 3/5 Review By: Dhaval Site:Times Of India

The thriller draws inspiration from the milestone decision of 2016 when the Indian Air Force welcomed women into combat positions.Tejas may appeal to fans of patriotic movies and defence dramas. But a better story and a tighter screenplay would have made the movie more impactful.

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Ratings: 3/5 Review By: Ridhi Site:India TV

The film offers a glimpse into Tejas’ motivations for becoming an Air Force pilot. However, the portrayal of her journey seems to be lacking in certain aspects, leaving the audience yearning for a more comprehensive exploration of her character’s development, aggression and emotional landscape.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Review By: Subhash Site:Times Now

As a jazzed up version of a female soldier’s fight to prove her might, Tejas scores high mark. Incredibly, Tejas faces no gender discrimination as a female pilot. Flying so high that she doesn’t seem to encounter any obstacles in her pursuit of heroism, Tejas Gill is the nationalist equivalent of a speciality surgeon. Tejas claims to think of country before her own life. But what we see most of the time is a Poo (from K3G) in uniform. Her own favorite and bestfriend to herself , Tejas doesn’t need anyone, except maybe an audience.

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Ratings: 1.5/5 Review By: Shubhra Site:Indian Express

It’s more ludicrous than anything else, and papers over the couple of things that the film works at making the point, even if it is in the most obvious manner, about how women are as good as men, if not better; and of course, its leading lady, whose acting abilities shine through even in the weakest scenes.

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Ratings: 2/5 Review By: Saibal Site:NDTV

But try as hard as it may, Tejas comes a complete cropper – it is a dead-on-arrival cinematic consignment that does no justice at all to the nation, the Air Force or the medium. It is an insufferably bland thriller that believes that peddling patriotism can help it paper over its pockmarks.Logic is lost in the deafening din of the combat aircraft. Tejas is a film that flies into rough weather from the word go and never manages to find a way out of it. An air combat thriller has never been so frustratingly airy-fairy.

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