The second trailer of Ajay Devgn’s film Runway 34 has been released. Like the film’s first trailer, its second trailer looks quite interesting. This trailer has been edited in a way that seems to increase the audience’s curiosity to know its story even more.
Two aspects of the Runway 34 movie were shown in this trailer. One aspect is from the perspective of the pilot, who uses his intelligence to save the lives of passengers. It stars Ajay Devgan in the role of pilot Vikrant who says, “If the pilot survives then blame the pilot and if the pilot survives then blame the pilot.”
This dialogue from Ajay Devgan captures the state of mind of each pilot when, instead of encouraging them with their understanding to save lives, they are blamed by conducting an investigation.
Watch the Runway 34 movie trailer here
Ajay Devgan stars in the film as Captain Vikrant Khanna. At the same time, Rakulpreet Singh can be seen as his co-pilot Tanya. Speaking of the movie’s trailer, its graphics look very cool. These aspects were touched upon in this film that many people are unaware of. An attempt was made to show the story from the pilot’s point of view as well. Amitabh Bachchan stars in the film as a lawyer. Ajay Devgan doesn’t appear to be answering his sharp questions in court.
Inspired by real events Runway 34
Let us inform that the story of Runway 34 movie is inspired by true incident of Jet Airways Doha-Kochi flight. This incident dates back to 2015 when, despite bad weather and very low visibility, the pilot of the plane landed the plane at the airport despite many difficulties. They say it was a kind of blind landing. The lives of about 150 passengers were at stake during this blind landing. For this feat, the flight captain had to be demoted and his rank was co-piloted by the captain.
On the other hand, the Air Ministry is questioning the pilot for risking the lives of passengers by ignoring aviation laws and standards. In this trailer, Amitabh Bachchan can be heard saying, “There comes a time when passengers will look to the pilot as their god.” This dialogue by Amitabh Bachchan attempts to explain that the pilot cannot risk the lives of the passengers due to his carelessness .