A Flying Jatt Review
A Flying Jatt is set in the backdrop of the Punjab province, where a young and energetic Tiger Shroff who is leading a simple life with his parents at his middle class home, ends up getting superhero powers and things go helkter skelter from then on. Not knowing what's happening with him, Tiger gets terrified and tries to experiment in flying and fighting but ends up being a laughing stock for himself. The superhero here is afraid of heights, fire and gets terrified by various other things, but his intentions are good and wants to safeguard his city from every evil. Enter Rakha, an evil man with super powers who is all set to destroy the entire city for his own need and greed. Rakha terrifies innocent people with his violent attacks and does it day after day just to reach his main goal, which is to conquer the entire city. When the law fails to catch up with him, our superhero takes the charge and goes against Rakha giving one helluva fight.
Tiger Shroff has proved that he's versatile in pulling off stunts, dance and comedy with ease. He has handled everything very professionally and delivered what the audiences were craving for, which is full on entertainment. The comedy timing and dialogue delivery of Tiger Shroff in A Flying Jatt is way too hilarious and he's managed to balance both 'serious and funny' looks all at one go. His fighting skills are also on full display and has packed a punch by pulling off fight scenes which no other Bollywood star is capable of. Jacqueline Fernandez looks fabulous in the movie and has sjowcased some awesome dance moves. Her role shows that she's only the superhero's heroine and doesn't have much too weight in the film. Her romantic side is on full display with Tiger Shroff and she has done justice to that.
If you love stunts and good VFX then this film is for you. The kids will surely love all these elements of a funny superhero. Apart from that, the film is boring and you can watch it at your own risk.