A retired IAF pilot serving with Gunjan Saxena in the New Delhi, JNN l Indian Air Force has slammed Janhvi Kapoor for her recent biopic and said that it wrongly reflects both Gunjan’s achievements and the Air Force’s behavior of female officers is. Retired Wing Commander Namrita Chandi, who served in the Indian Air Force with Gunjan Saxena, has recently spoken on the biopic of Gunjan Saxena. He has written a letter.
Gunjan Saxena Controversy: IAF pilot slams Karan Johar and Janhvi Kapoor for spreading lies through ‘Gunjan Saxena’
Through this, the portrayal of the Indian Air Force in the film has been criticized. The film has been heavily criticized for its portrayal of women in the Air Force. In her published letter, Namrita Chandi wrote, ‘I myself have worked as a helicopter pilot and I have never faced such abuse as depicted in the film. In fact, men in uniform are true gentlemen and professionals. ‘
He also wrote that they have trained together with Gunjan and ‘have seen each other in the worst conditions’. He blamed Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions and its writers for making a film that showed ‘blue uniform’ in a very poor light. She agreed that initially, ‘there were initial problems of not having a room or a female toilet’, but at no point did she feel uncomfortable. In fact on this occasion, some of his’ officer brothers’ used to guard outside while changing clothes. ‘ Namrita accused the filmmakers of ‘lying’.
He wrote, ‘Srividya Rajan was the first female pilot to fly from Kargil – not from Gunjan. However I am confident that Srividya has no complaints about this credit. Namrata, citing her own credentials, wrote, ‘I myself am the first woman officer who flew on the international border with Pakistan in 1996. I was confident of the officers who were sitting with me in the crew room. I was the first female pilot to be stationed in Leh and fly Cheetah helicopters at Siachen Glacier … ‘