Director: Remo D’ Souza
Producer: Balaji Motion Pictures
Remo D’ Souza’s Bollywood fictional flick that features Tiger Shroff in and as ‘A Flying Jatt’ was amazing to watch. A kid- friendly movie gives many light moments and heartfelt reasons to watch this movie again and again, especially for young generation.
‘A Flying Jatt’ is a fictional story that presents the bitter truth on earth, i.e. Pollution. Remo is the one coming out to be a great director who moves with an incredible take on light topics. Just like his pre-directions, this movie also approaches us with a great lesson to learn.
The Baaghi Actor Tiger Shroff is all set to burn theaters in the appearance of a diving superhero and with his splendid dance and martial arts skills. He has everything to woo the audience on big screen, starting from stunning looks, startling physique, flooring dance moves and above all his awe-inspiring martial art skills. This time, he has really proved his acting prowess.
Movie Review: A Flying Jatt
The movie starts with a clean small ‘Kartar Singh Colony’ across a river which is pure, clean and unharmed. The Landlady Bebe (Amrita Singh) resides there with her two sons Aman (Tiger Shroff) and Rohit. Aman, who is a very simple guy and martial art teacher in a school are scared of heights. And his mother is seen always cussing him to become courageous like a true Sikh.
One industrialist, Mr. Malhotra (Kay Kay Menon) is up to contaminate the whole place with the dump from his factories and the river as well. He is set to make a bridge over that river. But situations don’t go compatible and one tree with the religious sign of ‘Khanda Saheb’ comes out to be the stone of his path. This is a sacred tree with which numerous people have their emotion intact. A sacred element gives the story a high to move on enthusiastically.
The lady who is the mother of Flying Jattt and the owner of ‘Kartar Singh Colony’ denies selling her property. This brings out Mr. Malhotra’s ferocity who then calls upon a deadly daring and dangerous Raka (Nathan Jones) to manage the situation and help him snatch that land.
A fight between Raka & Aman takes a critical shape when Raka turns into a severely polluted human and wants a rattling face off with this Sikh Superhero the Flying Jatt.
It’s interesting to watch for, whether he will be able to save earth from that Polluted Man with a black soul or not.
Tiger Shroff who has already marked his mettle in the industry with his dance moves and fight scenes tried something different. He appears engrained in the witty role as well. Jatt is amazing this time in comedy and romance. The disparity of a son who is unable to fulfill mother’s expectation. Tiger is the whole soul of the movie.
Amrita Sigh portrays best herself as a strong mother who wants her son to be like his father. A courageous Sikh who is doomed to fight for right and save the earth. She being a versatile actress is actually a worth watching character in the movie. Her hilarious tone, consistent nags on his son and the courageousness takes the heart away. She supplements the tickling factor throughout. Towards the end, her determinedness inspires a lot with the dialogue, ‘Chidiyon ke sang Baaz ladawan….”
Jacqueline Fernandez as Kirti, the love of Aman is as gorgeous as always. She is also seen doing good comedy.
Remo has done a good job in showcasing the very own environmental issue of pollution. Raka symbolizes the ever growing and turning powerful pollution who can only be beaten with manual and equal efforts. The story is for a good cause, ‘go Green and make earth clean’.
As per Remo’s words, ‘Everything has an alternative except mother earth’
Somehow the story weakens to portray such amazing actors. It’s a fun watching fantasy movie with the same superhero genre. The style of flying, the posture of landing and even fighting scenes makes us remember of our very own Indian superhero Krrish. Some scenes and the end could have been better. The same kind of presentation we have seen earlier as well.
A Flying jatt box office collection 1st day: According to predictions the movie will have a collection of 10-12 crores due to “Janmashtami Holiday in India.
In the Nutshell, the movie “A Flying Jatt” is fun to watch. If you want to enjoy fantasy with family and witness Tiger Shroff’s efforts, then rush into the theaters nearby this weekend.
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