Flying-jatt Movie Review:
IronMan, Superman, Batman, SpiderMan – West have given the world the Superheroes larger than life.
Hindi cinema also has a handful (read Mr.India, KRRISH) to boast about, despite several attempts at the genre. And now, joining the bandwagon is this week’s newest release, A Flying Jatt.
Malhotra (Kay Kay Menon) is a shrewd and ruthless businessman, who completely disregards the environment and remorselessly suffocating the entire city to the verge of lung cancer.
And not to forget, there’s a 200-year-old magical tree, which is the only ray of hope in the times of crisis or calamity. (Don’t yawn yet, there’s more.)
Enters Aman(Tiger),who eventually transforms into a superhero, to save the nation from the clutches of the evil Raka(Nathan Jones). Rechristened as The Flying Jatt, he battles the man-mountain villain single-handedly and simultaneously, doesn’t skip to romance Kirti (Jacqueline), the girl he’s head over heels in love with. (No, not yet, hold your yawn a little longer.)
Cast: Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nathan Jones, Kay Kay Menon, Amrita Singh
Director: Remo D'Souza