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A Flying Jatt (2016)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Comedy | 25 August 2016 (India)
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Jatt is a reluctant superhero who fights crime and protects people. He meets his match in the evil Raka, who he must vanquish to save the day.

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Remo D'Souza

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Remo D'Souza (story), Tushar Hiranandani (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tiger Shroff ... Flying Jatt
Jacqueline Fernandez ... Kirti
Nathan Jones ... Raka
Kay Kay Menon ... Malhotra
Mukesh Hariawala
Amrita Singh ... Bebe
Gaurav Pandey ... Rohit
Shraddha Kapoor ... Herself
Amrita Puri
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pawan Jam Pawan Jam ... Rapist
Vakil Khan Vakil Khan ... Rana's Son
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Storyline

Malhotra wants to acquire a land of Sikh colony for his factory which is owned by Mrs Dhillon known as Bebe however Bebe is in no mood to sell the land to him it also has a tree which is considered holy by the everyone.Malhotra threatens Bebe 's son Aman that her life would be in danger if she doesn't sell the land to him,Malhotra sends Raka to cut the tree.On a stormy night Aman sits near the holy tree praying for his mother he notices that Raka is cutting the tree a fight occurs between them after being beaten by Raka,Aman gets holy powers from the tree and fights back soon Aman turns a superhero known as Flying Jat who helps people in need whereas Raka turns into a toxic Monster who wants to pollute the environment. Written by alex.mjacko@gmail.com

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

25 August 2016 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Jatt Super eroul See more »

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Balaji Motion Pictures See more »
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Trivia

The film was initially titled "Turbanator". See more »

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The opening credits shows an animated short clip of environmental destruction caused by humans and its adverse effects on the world. See more »

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Referenced in Golmaal Again (2017) See more »

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A Flying Jatt
Written by: Vayu and Raftaar
Produced by: Sachin Sanghvi and Jigar Saraiya
Performed by: Raftaar, Mansheel Gujral and Tanishkaa
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Stupidityfying flick
25 August 2016 | by dineshprakashSee all my reviews

I appreciate the massage given in this film regarding consequences of pollution and benefits of tree planting but it comes as a non creative tight slap, which I can't bear. Director Mr. Remo Desoza first thought of making a super hero movie then tried to make it different so he decided to make the hero coward and confused, then suddenly a divine power inherits him as it had shown many times in old age cinema, like hero is being severely beaten by villain then sparks comes from any God's statue into hero, inducing super power into him. Story by director himself is just like that. Screenplay by Tusar Hiranandani and director, comes in segment wise, all scenes have a purpose like comedy, emotion or love, to convey without any logic or fitting into the script. Yes, light scenes at least make you smile most of the time for sure like mother and brother grooming him as a super hero but then other scenes punches you on face wiping the effect of light scenes too. Dialogues by Akash Kaushik and Madhur Sharma are just OK. Villain is introduced in a desert, then he beats hero badly compelling God to give him super power than Villain disappears from the script and love and comedy take over. Suddenly villain re appears just before interval with some super bad powers because he had survived on pollution and filth. Crisis identity of Hero because of his eye covering mask, even his mother and girlfriend are unable to recognize him!! Movie wastes time to make it clear to heroine that her close friend and super hero are one, till she listens hero conversation with his brother discreetly. Action scenes are also dumb, just cable work and croma work is offered in name of action. When Villain screeches on ground then his back bone supporting armor erupts the land looks good but becomes repetitive in every fight, making it irritating finally. In pre climax hero brother decide to fight with villain even being aware that he can't do anything and his defeat will break people hope but he does because makers have to give some high voltage emotional drama but it looks so deliberate and stupid. Villain most of the dialogues with his typical accent will be big problem for mass audience and kids for sure, which film targets somehow. Film length makes already slow film unbearable. Start credit animation and making with end credits are more entertaining than the film. Performance wise Tiger Shroff is good. Jacqueline Fernandez expresses by laughing and jumping only. Amrita Arora as mother is very good, especially in climax emotional dialogue. Gaurav Pandey as brother is impressive. Kay Kay Menon is OK. Nathan Jones is just for his personality which he adds perfectly.


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