Tejas Teaser: The trailer for Kangana Ranaut’s aerial actioner Tejas will be released on the Air Force Day, i.e. October 8. See Vidyut Jammwal’s reaction.
Bollywood’s powerhouse, Kangana Ranaut, is set to soar the skies in her upcoming action-packed extravaganza, Tejas. The fiery actress unveiled the tantalizing teaser on Gandhi Jayanti, stirring up a patriotic storm among her devoted fans. In Tejas, Kangana steps into the boots of Indian Air Force officer Tejas Gill, ready to take flight for the love of the nation. The teaser, complete with a rousing soundtrack and powerful dialogues, has left fans chanting “Queen is back!” and drawing comparisons to the iconic Top Gun.
But the excitement doesn’t end there! Kangana announced that the full trailer will take flight on October 8, which happens to be Air Force Day, promising an adrenaline-packed experience.
Watch Kangana Starrer, Tejas Teaser-
Fans and followers of the actress have flooded the comment section with comments and emojis showing their excitement for the movie. Actor Vidyut Jammwal too shared he’s eager to watch the film, “Excited to watch this @kanganaranaut 🔥”. One fan commented, “omggg! this is next level queen🔥 gonna rule the world 🔥😍”. Another wrote, “Another blockbuster loading 😍🔥”. Third fan wrote, “people can hate her, but Kangana is pure example of talent and skills. finest actress of the current era. no one can beat kangana acting”.
Tejas Release Date
The film was initially slated for release on October 20, but the release date has now been pushed forward to October 27. This strategic move ensures the film avoids a clash with other big releases, including Tiger Shroff’s Ganapath: A Hero Is Born and the star-studded Yaariyan 2.
Produced by Ronnie Screwala’s RSVP Movies and directed by Sarvesh Mewara in his debut, Tejas promises high-flying action, patriotism, and Kangana Ranaut at her finest.
Meanwhile, Kangan’s latest release Chandramukhi 2 is getting good response in south. The film grossed Rs. 29 crore approx in its four-day extended weekend in India, with nearly Rs. 20 crore of that coming from Tamil Nadu.