Reasons You Should Watch Flying Jatt With Family
Movie A Flying Jatt Release Date 25 Aug 2016 Genre Action, Romance Cast Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nathan Jones, Sharad Kapoor, Kay Kay Menon, Amrita Singh Director :- Remo D’Souza
Story By Remo D’Souza
Music Composer Sachin-Jigar
Producer Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor
Distributor ALT Entertainment
1. Respect to Sikh community.
The energetic Raaj Karega Khalsa song by Daler Mehndi tells it all. The Flying Jatt putting on traditional turban and khanda reminds the great tribute of Sikh community for the country.
2. Time to watch Nathan Jones
It’s interesting to see seven feet tall and 160 Kg Australian wrestler turned actor Nathans as villain. How is our young lad Tiger Shroff going to stand against the gigantic Nathan Jones?
3. Tiger’s dance steps with Remo D’Souza’s choreography.
The two rocking combination is damn sure to create great chemistry. D’Souza has earlier choreographed for some of the great movies like Bajirao Mastani and Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. Do you remember them?
“Surely, the ultimate dancing star with his flexible and toned body is going to create fire with D’Souza’s direction plus choreography.”
4. India’s youngest superhero
All the previous superheros of India be it RaOne or Krish were too older in comparison to our young 26 year old Tiger Shroff. Hrithik did Krrish at 32 while Shah Rukh was 45 when RaOne came.
5. Jolly and hilarious superhero.
Unlike the serious faced superheros, Flying Jatt is different, he is cool and light hearten. Full of fun, he is not afraid of making silly mistakes and is going to make you laugh out loud several times in movie.
6. Super cute and sexy Jacqueline.
Lastly, who would want to miss watching super sexy Jacqueline with the handsome and cool Tiger.
A Flying Jatt Teaser & Trailer Review
The Official Teaser of the movie is out which opens up with the antagonist look of the Australian wrestler ,actor Nathan Jones performing Superhero stunts along with the lead actor Tiger Shroff in a desi superhero avatar giving the insight of his power. Jacqueline Fernandez will be seen as the leading lady performing dance steps with his co-star in the teaser.
“A Flying Jatt review: Tiger Shroff plays the bumbling, fumbling superhero with panache. What could have been a rollicking film falls prey to too much song and dance.”
“Tiger Shroff (Aman), a martial arts teacher who fails to impress his tiny students even with his abs and chiseled physique, leads a much monotonous life. Being the son of a late Sikh warrior but afraid of height, let alone fights, he struggles to fulfil the dreams of his mother, played by Amrita Singh, who always tries to find a braveheart in her son. The holy tree eventually fulfils the mother’s dream.
The film has its roots in the same special tree, which a rich but wicked businessman Malhotra (Kay Kay Menon) wants to cut in order to ease the movement of his trucks to his chemicals factory. But the tree rests on Aman’s land and his mother is not ready to allow Malhotra to have his way. Malhotra entrusts the responsibility of cutting down the tree to a beast-like human, Raka, played by Nathan Jones. More will be Enjoy When You will get Time to take ticket and Enjoy The Movie.”
A Flying Jatt First Look & Poster
A Flying Jatt movie poster is featuring Tiger Shroff as a superhero in his costume. The poster is with message “HOPE HAS A NEW NAME”. The second movie poster is also out which is featuring Nathan Jones who is the villain of the movie with message “Villain has a new face”.
What’s Good: A Flying Jatt is a funny superhero drama that has ample of light moments. Its Kid-friendly nature seems to be the most saleable point!
What’s Bad: A dragged second half, copied elements of Hollywood superheroes and Remo D’Souza’s ambition to ‘preach’ through this film make up for a huge let down.
Loo Break: Yes! Especially when an entire society suddenly breaks into a jig like Bhangda Pa!
Watch or Not?: This is a massy affair but strictly for kids. For adults, it may be too silly to learn about pollution from a superhero drama!