Former Indian Air Power pilot Gunjan Saxena took to social media to share an inspiring observe in regards to the significance and worth of desires. She additionally thanked the workforce of the just lately launched biopic, Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Woman, for presenting her story.
She stated: “Goals do come true and fortunate me, by means of the Indian Air Power not solely did I realise my dream of flying however on the similar time obtained the chance to serve the nation as nicely.”
She continued, “This complete dream has now translated right into a film which simply launched on Netflix. The entire workforce behind the making of this movie has labored each single day for the final three years to current my story to the world. I’m so very happy with this movie, and much more thrilled on the concept of sharing my story with the world. I hope this movie will encourage folks to dream and share their desires with positivity and hope. I wish to thank all people who has helped and motivated me by means of this journey of mine. Hope you all take pleasure in watching this movie. Jai Hind!”
Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Woman stars Janhvi Kapoor within the title function and likewise stars Pankaj Tripathi and Angad Bedi. The movie has principally obtained constructive opinions; writing about it, the Hindustan Occasions overview stated: “Gunjan Saxena doesn’t subscribe to the hyper-nationalism that current Indian conflict movies have so proudly worn on their chest. As a substitute, director Sharan Sharma has chosen to discover an entirely totally different, however equally thorny subject: feminism.”
The movie has not been freed from controversy; first, Janhvi Kapoor was on the receiving finish of plenty of backlash from followers of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, over the difficulty of nepotism, when the trailer of the movie was unveiled on-line. After the discharge of the movie, whereas a number of trade figures reminiscent of Hrithik Roshan and director Anurag Kashyap had been effusive in reward, the Indian Air Power wrote a letter to the Censor Board, Dharma Productions and streaming big Netflix for portraying “the IAF in an undue adverse gentle”.
“Within the goal to glorify the display character of ‘Ex-Flt Lt Gunjan Saxena’, M/s Dharma Productions offered some conditions which can be deceptive and painting an inappropriate work tradition, particularly in opposition to girls within the IAF,” the letter stated.
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