"Operation Valentine" Face Similar Turbulence as "Fighter"?
The legal outcome of the "Fighter" case may serve as a precedent for the upcoming film. As "Operation Valentine" seeks to depict the challenges faced by the Air ForceBy: Tupaki Desk | 7 Feb 2024 9:00 AM GMT
Mega prince Varun Tej's much-anticipated pan-India debut, 'Operation Valentine,' has captivated audiences with its enticing songs, engaging promos, and stunning visuals. Despite this positive reception, the high-budgeted film is currently facing some turbulence, adding an element of uncertainty to its trajectory.
The recent release of the lyrical song 'Gaganaala' has fueled discussions and potential controversy. The montage featuring Manushi Chhilar in a towel and Varun Tej in an Air Force uniform, embracing each other with the national flag in the background, hints at a romantic sequence. This portrayal has raised eyebrows, especially in the wake of a similar romantic scene in the film "Fighter," which led to a lawsuit for perceived disrespect by an Air Force officer.
With both films revolving around the Air Force and incorporating romantic scenes, the controversies surrounding "Fighter" have cast a shadow over "Operation Valentine." The legal outcome of the "Fighter" case may serve as a precedent for the upcoming film. As "Operation Valentine" seeks to depict the challenges faced by the Air Force, the question lingers: will it smoothly navigate potential legal challenges, or will it encounter similar issues as its predecessor?
The unfolding legal proceedings of "Fighter" bring an extra layer of anticipation to the eagerly awaited release of "Operation Valentine."