The Ajay Devgn-directed 'Runway 34' was released in theatres this Friday. The Hindi film netted no more than Rs 3.5 Cr in India on the first day of its release.
The film, co-starring Amitabh Bachchan and Rakul Preet Singh, has received encouraging reviews. However, it seems to have thrown logic to the winds despite being a mid-air thriller. If the aviation expert Ajay Awtaney is anything to go by, the film's illogical scenes put any Balakrishna movie to same.
He says that, in the first half of 'Runway 34', there are too many misses. "They don’t have seatbelts for lap infants, the cockpit door does not need a code to open, cockpit access is not blocked when the cockpit crew accesses the toilet. The Captain does not believe in 'Aviate, Navigate, Communicate' either. And no breath analyzers for them," he tweeted.
The Bollywood film has already received sub-par openings. On top of it, some people questioning its lack of logical content is adding insult to injury!