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Captain Vikrant and first officer Tanya Albuquerque find themselves riled in an inquiry following a Mayday call before docking an aircraft in testing conditions. Do the pilots ably justify their actions and make their way back into the cabin? The full trailer link of Runway 34  is given below:

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Cast & Crew

  • Ajay Devgan as Captain Vikrant Khanna
  • Amitabh Bachchan as Narayan Vedant
  • Rakul Preet Singh as First Agent Tanya Albuquerque
  • Boman Irani as Nishant Suri, owner of the Skyline Airway agency
  • Angira Dhar as Radhika Roy, Vikrant’s lawyer
  • Aakanksha Singh as Samaira Khanna, Vikrant’s wife
  • Ajey Nagar as himself (cameo appearance)
  • Flora Jacob as Alma Asthana, the old dame who dies Runway 34 Story

Runway 34 Review

Runway 34 is approximately based on the story of the strait escape that a flight from Doha to Kochi had a few years ago due to uncertain visibility and bad weather conditions. Captain Vikrant Khanna (Ajay Devgan, also the director and producer here) is a high-flying pilot who is assured and marginal haughty about his abilities, especially to handle wildness and crisis, 35000 feet above sea level. He’s employed with an airline company. On what starts off as a routine trip from Dubai to Cochin, he encounters hot weather conditions. Much against the suggestions of his first officer Tanya Albuquerque (Rakul Preet Singh), not only does he change the flight’s alternate destination, but finally, also sends out the ‘Mayday’ message just before landing the flight, a few inches shy of ram. How the analysis in the matter pans out forms a goodly part of the story.

However, there are models of similar dramatic films like Sully and Flight in Hollywood, Ajay Devgan’s supervisory is a first in many ways for Hindi cinema, and a clear and pleasant exit from his previous attempts to helm the megaphone. His growth as a narrator is hard to miss. The cutting-edge visual treatment of the story, a hard story (Sandeep Kewlani) and screenplay (Sandeep and Aamil Keeyan Khan) with no extreme romantic and dramatic deviation or intervals, smart usage of VFX, moments of thrill that bring one to the closure of the first half, the sound and production design of the film are just some of the undebatable plus points of the movie.

Movie duration

Even though its servlet is about 2 hours and 28 minutes, it doesn’t feel that long and is charming in both thrill and drama departments in equal measures. Performances by Amitabh Bachchan, Boman Irani, and Ajay are confident and on-point with their characters. The music scattered with the story also lends itself well to the events.

However, there could have been more drama and heaping to the trial-led second half. Initially, even as the screenplay continues to closely examine even if it was the weather conditions or the Mind space of the pilot that led to the ‘Mayday’ call, it misses addressing a few decisive questions. One of them, other occasion, is why the pilot chose not to avert to the flight’s designate alternate destination despite being elicited by his first officer? And why this angle not poked sufficiently in the course of a closed-door trial?

Smaller supporting characters

Smaller supporting characters like the gliding. Fuming businessman and the guy recording videos on his phonon in the flight felt like they would have more purpose in the trial portions. Sadly, they didn’t. Also, Boman Irani makes his existence felt he doesn’t have much scope to perform. Rakul performs her part with complete honesty, salient a fine balance between a span of emotions. But one would have liked to see her role chase out a little better. Angira Dhar and Aakanksha Singh could have done with bulky parts to play and contribute more to the story, too. However, Runway 34 should be skill  for the way it depicts one of the creepy. And near-tragic aviation mishaps in recent times with engaging characters, thrill, and drama.

Although there films shot in large and small hunks inside aircraft this one plays wonderfully on the audience’s psyche showing them exactly what may just go wrong if the weather doesn’t keep up a flight’s landing. And what can happen when conclusions make running as oppose clock. Overall, the film doesn’t spend too much time taxiing on the runway; it takes off quickly and keeps you hooked till you detrain from the theatre’s aisles.

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