Movie Name – A Flying Jatt
Star Cast – Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez, Amrita Singh, Nathan Jones and K.K. Menon
Director – Remo D’Souza
Producer- Ekta Kapoor
Budget- 50 crores
Choreographer turned director Remo D’Souza has already proved his steal with the with two successful films ABCD (2013) and ABCD 2 (2015), which had done a decent business at the box office. Now, has once again come up with a superhero-based film A Flying Jatt featuring Tiger Shroff as Desi Sikh superhero.
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A Flying Jatt is the story of a Punjabi guy Aman (Tiger Shroff), who lives in ‘Kartaar Singh Colony’ with his mother (Amrita Singh). His mother always let him on the toes and puts on day to day work. Aman is a martial art teacher in a school where he meets Kirti (Jacqueline Fernandez) and gets fall in love with her.
The biggest twist and turn comes in the story when city’s powerful industrial Malhotra (K.K. Menon) with the help of a giant gigantic antagonist Raaka (Nathan Jones) orders him to destroy Aman’s colony.
Meanwhile, one day, Aman gets to know about his hidden unnatural powers and becomes famous as A Flying Jatt, he starts helping people of the city and becomes their hero.
Now, the question is whether Aman overpowered Raaka and save his colony to destroy? This you would know after watching the movie.
There is nothing new in this script which will gets you in think hard. This is a simple and predictable script with the combo of action, comedy, and a social drama. Not a single surprise element in the film which is certainly missing. The plot is really very good but its application is not upto the mark.
At one point of time, it gets lengthy. Screenplay is not as the expectation although dance and action sequences are the life of the film bit somehow it fails to beat the level we were expecting from this superhero flick.
Before the release, there were comparisons round the corner of Tiger Shroff with Hrithik Roshan’s Krrish franchise but one can easily come out with the result that Krrish is far better than this film.
Tiger looks good as in superhero and he has also given some wonderful moments in the film but as an actor, he has to go way ahead than this. This is the third film of his career and among these, this is his worst film as an actor.
The only two better performances have come out from Amrita Singh and Tiger’s on-screen brother Gaurav Pandey. K.K. Menon has also given his 100 percent. Jacqueline Fernandez has nothing to do so much in the film, she is only for a glamorous point of view.
There are so many weak points in the film. First of all, there was not required of too many songs in between the movie which increases its unwanted length. At one point of time, you might get bored. The climax is also one more week point of the film which could work out well.
This Flying Jatt is overall not a worth to spend your valuable money because it is not a typical superhero kind of flick, rather than a comedy-drama or we can say that a social drama but yes children might like this to see Tiger as Flying Jatt.
My Ratings to A Flying Jatt is 2 out 5 stars.