Runway 34 Trailer: In this thriller set 35,000 feet above ground, Ajay Devgn and Amitabh Bachchan play mind games
The intriguing trailer for his upcoming film Runway 34 has been released, and it depicts him paying a pilot who has some secrets up his sleeve. Rakul Preet plays his co-pilot, who appears to have an equal role in the accident, and we can only assume she is hiding a lot as well.
The story of Runway 34 follows the investigation of an incident caused by a pilot (Ajay Devgn) who isn’t exactly a rule follower. While the trailer does not reveal the nature of the incident, it appears that the pilot landed his plane in bad weather despite being told not to.
Amitabh Bachchan plays the investigating officer tasked with determining the true cause of the tragedy. Actors Boman Irani, Adhira Dhar, and Aakanksha Singh also appear. What happened 35,000 feet above the ground is something to keep an eye on in the film. According to reports, the film is based on true events. “Inspired by true incidents, Runway 34 revolves around Captain Vikrant Khanna, a flying prodigy, whose flight takes a mysterious course after take-off from an international destination,” according to the synopsis.
After 2016’s Shivaay, Ajay Devgn returns to directing with Runway 34. “Close your eyes and think – each and every one of us must have been in a situation in life where we felt all-powerful one minute and completely helpless the next,” he said in a statement. We’ve all had those moments when we thought we could take on the world, only to be knocked off our feet by the next situation. That internal storm playing with your emotions; tearing you apart; that tumultuous ride that makes you wonder if this is a nightmare? Is this a hoax? These are the feelings that come to mind when thinking of Runway 34. The screenplay has fantastic highs and alarming lows, as well as a sense of jubilation and dejection. To be honest, I had no intention of letting this script pass me by. “I knew I had to succeed.”
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