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A Flying Jatt

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25 Aug, 2016 2 hrs 31 mins U/A
Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nathan Jones, Kay Kay Menon, Sharad Kapoor
Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nathan Jones, Kay Kay Menon, Sharad Kapoor
Remo Dsouza
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Tiger does a neat job as Aman, shivering superhero who fights crime but also buys 'do kilo lauki' on the way home.
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Tiger's Super-Soft Superhero Powers A Flying Jatt!

STORY: Aman fears heights, dogs and industrialist Malhotra who sends merciless Raka to grab Aman's land - but what happens when Aman discovers his own superhuman powers? Can he defeat Raka - and the power behind him?

REVIEW: So, straight away, the best thing about A Flying Jatt is the fumbling Jatt played by Tiger Shroff. Wicked industrialist Malhotra (Kay Kay) wants Aman's family's lands, which hold a sacred tree, for his polluting industries. Aman's mother, Mrs. Dhillon (Amrita), ferociously opposes Malhotra - but Aman quakes before him, intimidated by most things on earth, including his own martial arts students.

Can Aman ever stand up to Malhotra and his huge henchman Raka (Nathan) - and can he fight his own fears?

Tiger does a neat job as Aman, shivering superhero who fights crime but also buys 'do kilo lauki' on the way home. Tiger's evolution, from a kind but confused kid on the block, to a focused and fierce fighter, comes across well as do the film's light moments, including Aman as 'Sunny Leone'. Amrita Singh, literally playing a Tiger Mom, displays feisty panache, berating her son for having 'dole-shole, no jigra', delivering wisdom with slaps and guzzling drinks galore. The banter between her, Tiger and Aman's fun-loving brother Rohit (Gaurav) is fresh good fun.

Sadly, as Aman's love interest Kriti, Jacqueline adds little zing to this party - her role consists of grinning incessantly and delivering mystifying dialogues ("I like karate - it's like, so, hah!") in an accent that reminds you - with longing - of Katrina Kaif. Kay Kay is much too leashed - despite his ability, Malhotra's malevolence simply doesn't ooze through. As Raka, who literally enjoys toxic power, Nathan Jones growls, grunts and grins in a manic sort of way. These don't make him scary - just cartoonish.

And there lies the trouble with A Flying Jatt - the full, stark shebang of a superhero versus super-dark powers never comes through. The villains remain cardboard cut-outs and the clash grows predictable. These thrills don't chill. On the upside, for children, A Flying Jatt provides clean entertainment - with its innocence, it evokes more Haathi Mere Saathi and less cool-cat Krrish. The film takes off only because of its simplicity - a flying jatt who's afraid of heights, a rarity in dark times of Udta Punjabs.
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Our overall critics rating is not an average of the sub score below.
  • Direction
    3.5/5
  • Dialogues
    3/5
  • Story
    3.5/5
  • Music
    3.5/5
  • Visual appeal
    3/5
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Avg Users’ Rating 3.2/5 ( 916 users )
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