Federation of Indian Pilots accuses Ajay Devgn of ‘Runway 34’, says film is far from the truth
Mumbai (Bureau) – Actor Ajay Devgn’s recently released film ‘Runway 34’ is in the news these days, in which Ajay has played the role of a pilot. Recently, the Federation of Indian Pilots has accused Ajay of misrepresenting the pilots in the film. The film claims that it is based on a true story but the federation says that the film is purely fictional.
The film claims that it relates to the true story of the crash landing of a flight from Doha to Kochi in 2015. Bad weather had reduced visibility, causing the plane to crash, killing several passengers. The Pilot Federation says that what is shown in the film is far from the truth.
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The secretary of the federation said that the way the profession of pilots is portrayed in the film is far from the truth. This can create a variety of scary messages in the minds of the passengers on board. “We all appreciate the film director’s artistic license for entertainment and enjoy it,” he added. This is an interesting story in the name of the profession of airline pilots as shown. He should not be considered right. Every day, pilots fly thousands of flights responsibly and safely.
The federation said in a statement that the federation rejected the film’s claim that it was based on a true story. We are saying again that the characters in the film do not present our profession properly and truthfully. Our pilots adhere to high professional standards to live up to the trust of their companies, aviation regulators and the public.
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