Flying Jatt Review By Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahta Rajeev Masand, Anupama Chopra, KRK: Tiger Shroff is all set to impress his fans with his superhero avatar with A Flying Jatt. The movie has been directed by Remo D’Souza and has created quite a buzz on the internet (point in case #beatpebooty challenge).
A Flying Jatt” is an action-comedy fantasy and will see Tiger as a superhero, who discovers his hidden superpowers a tad late in life. Nevertheless, he protects the mankind from super villain named Raka, while Jacqueline plays his love interest and the damsel in distress. How Tiger’s character saves people from the evil is set to leave the viewers in splits.
A Flying Jatt is a spoof of the superhero genre in the most unlikely way. Tiger Shroff plays an accidental superhero who ends up signing up for saving the world against his wishes. Tiger is a star and his take on playing a superhero is Super refreshing. The film takes a while to settle in as the first half spends a lot of time to the build up to the moment we see Tiger in the Jatt suit. But there is no doubt that director Remo D’Souza has his finger on the pulse of the audience. The first half is extremely massy and kids especially will love it.
This could have been such a rollicking film, especially for kids —it had all the ingredients, and an engaging start, fronted by a hero who is light on his feet. Too bad it ends up being a promo for Swachch Bharat.
Tiger Shroff is a thing of beauty when he flexes his splendid, impossibly toned muscles. He dances like a dream. And because he is still a work-in-progress actor to whom fumbling and bumbling and being awkward comes naturally, he is a good fit for his character, even if it’s cobbled together from familiar caped crusaders: bits of Superman and Spiderman and our own home-grown Krrish.