Mausam, which is due to release on September 16 was to go into censoring on Thursday.
The objection by the Air Force comes in as a shock for the makers of Mausam as they had sought special permission to shoot in a real airbase.
The Air Force is reportedly unhappy over a dramatic action fight sequence that had Shahid Kapoor on board Mirage fighter plane.
Speaking to a leading website, Mausam Producer Sheetal Talwar expressed disappointment and said, “We had the script cleared by the Air Force on August 23, 2010. Now suddenly they're objecting to a sequence after it's been shot, edited and the film was ready for censoring?"
Mausam can be sent to the censor board only after getting a clearance from the Air Force.
Sheetal Talwar, who will meet the officers of the Air Force on Friday plans to move to court if the meeting does not prove fruitful.