Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl: Should Karan Johar break his silence on objections from IAF officers? COMMENT

Janhvi Kapoor’s Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl, which has been creating a buzz in the town, has faced several objections from IAF officers who have slammed producer Karan Johar and his team for peddling lies.
Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl: Should Karan Johar break his silence on objections from IAF officers? COMMENT
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It’s been a week since Janhvi Kapoor starrer Janhvi Kapoor: The Kargil Girl was released on the OTT platforms. Ever since then, the movie has been making headlines for several reasons. While the Sharan Sharma directorial is said to be based on Indian Air Force officer Gunjan Saxena, who was the first woman pilot to fly the combat zone during 1999 Kargil War, Janhvi’s performance as the titular character has been winning hearts. Meanwhile, Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl has also been creating a buzz as several former IAF officers have raised an objection over the movie.

In an open letter, Gunjan Saxena’s former colleague Namrita Chandi has slammed the makers of Janhvi Kapoor starrer for presenting everyone who has served in the proud blue uniform in poor light along with peddling lies. Calling Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl a monstrous movie, Chandi stated that she never faced any disrespect or mistreatment in her career of over 15 years. This isn’t all. The former Indian Air Force Officer further mentioned that not Gunjan but Srividya Rajan was the first pilot who flew Kargil.

On the other hand, former IAF officer Air Vice Marshal Suryakant Chintaman Chafekar AVSM also slammed Karan Johar for his poor research, factual errors and stated that the team of Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl has tried to create sensation presenting the IAF as an organisation that discriminates against women pilots. In fact, Chafekar also demanded a public apology from KJo and asked him to delete the derogatory scenes.

While the former IAF officers continue to express their disappointment over Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl, Karan Johar has been maintaining a stoic stance over the matter. While the ex-IAF officer has been demanding a public apology from the ace filmmaker, do you think it is time for KJo to break silence on the matter? Tell you your views in the comment section below.

Also Read: Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl: Ex IAF officer slams KJo for poor research about IAF; Demands public apology

Anonymous 8 months ago

No cares

Anonymous 8 months ago

Just give a BPL to this eunuch

Anonymous 8 months ago

Gunjan Saxena herself revealed that she was the first women pilot to fly to a combat zone and those who are denying it where were they before the film released they just want to get attention and nothing else. Other than that it is a film and it is "inspired" by a true story it is not a "true story". And everyone's performance also was great. I am sure Kangana Ranaut is doing these things to slam Karan Johar and Jhanvi Kapoor

Anonymous 8 months ago

If a movie is made on actual characters and incidents, the director/producer are liable to maintain the line-of-truth of the story even if it pinches any organisation.. But here I think, bollywood true to it's style, have manipulated the events and used their position to malign the armed forces.. That is not acceptable.

Anonymous 8 months ago

Why illegal? they are not showing anything that didnt happen. Gunjan herself said few ppl were not happy with the change and gunjan was the first batch. Love defense forces but also accept that rotten apples too exists...havent we seen enough examples recently? the videos of dilute daal served and the corrupt DGP in kashmir

Anonymous 8 months ago

It’s illegal to show defence forces in bad light. It’s a very controversial script. Democracy doesn’t mean anybody can do anything and make money from it. Scripts needs to be regulated.

Anonymous 8 months ago

Movies that are lies and harm image of a nation, organisation should be taken out from system and destroyed forever.

Anonymous 8 months ago

i loved the movie!!!! blind people an not see that. karan will speak up but this is not the right time... this year is mad..

Anonymous 8 months ago

Of course you loved it and know when he will speak up - bc you are one of his paid boot lickers. Btw the more of these !!!!! Doesn’t make you sound more interesting.

Anonymous 8 months ago

karan johar i am enjoying all your online memes made by some very creative folks, i am sure you have checked them out as well. Karma darling, as you sow so shall you reap.

Anonymous 8 months ago

The movie presented truth. The real lady wouldn’t agree to the issues shown if they were not true. Most of us believe in the movie and also believe that things surely are different now. But they did exist at one time. We just have to move on knowing that change for better has already happened. Now regarding Karan Johar, it is better if he maintains silence for now. Nation is against him. He will be eaten alive if he speaks. The truth in Bollywood is Nepotism and favoritism exist. People see him as the crown king of that dark world. He is the villain now. This is not the time for him to open his mouth.

Anonymous 8 months ago

Karan = Kalank

Anonymous 8 months ago

Karan wants to go ahead and blame Gunjan for the story inputs and wash his hands off of the horrible portrayal. Karan should just stay where ever he is. People are waiting to pelt rotten eggs on his gucci jackets and stupid face.

Anonymous 8 months ago

If Karan really has a valid point to make then he should resurface or else he is better off the rock he is hiding under

Anonymous 8 months ago

what a moronic question.....who cares at this point? its a free world. he can talk and we can ignore......NEXT!

Anonymous 8 months ago

Every1 says the nepo gang to go away.where should they go? Do u mean they should leave the industry? In that case before makin a debut every1 should sign a contract that no one in their near or extended family will ever enter the industry.n this should apply to all fields.an army officer should not allow his children to join army, a doctor should not allow his children to become doctors n a farmer should not allow his children to become a farmer.. doesn't it sound ridiculous? All bhakts of Madam K.just like her talking without thinking.the debate should be about talented actor s getting wat they deserve irrespective of outsider or insider..

Anonymous 8 months ago

Also iss film ne vohi dikhaya hai jo GUNJAN ne unhe bataya so the makers are not at fault, aur agar itni hi problem thi so Netflix should have been smart enough to not stream it and also it should not have been passed through censor board

Anonymous 8 months ago

As kangana said in a recent interview ki usse sirf "plane udana hai " ,agar sirf vohi Karna hota toh vo uss war mein last mein ladke apne seniors ko bacha ke nhi laati

Anonymous 8 months ago

Also, in the scene where she asks if she is that much patriotic as much required to be army officer it's just a mere child who is clearing up her mind and asking for guidance, coz kehne mein ki main patriotic hoon or karne mein farak hota hai.

Anonymous 8 months ago

Don’t care for a clarification,he has always distorted the truth

Anonymous 8 months ago

We don’t care ,this isn’t surprising KJ has always distorted the truth

Anonymous 8 months ago

The only thing he needs to break is wind.

Anonymous 8 months ago

He should remain silent.

Anonymous 8 months ago

No. Coz he is just the producer. Let the director answer and deal with it

Anonymous 8 months ago

If kjo says the movie is based on true events and if it is not so he owes a public apology as it will affect other related persons.

Anonymous 8 months ago

We don't cqare about his film or whatever he need to say. We just want him and his nepo gang to go away.

Anonymous 8 months ago

Yes

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