A Flying Jatt Movie Review: It's funny - literally!
New Delhi : Tiger Shroff's 'A Flying Jatt' has landed on silver screens exactly like the actor did on a police gypsy in its trailer - Funny, unbalanced and with a lot of damages.
But do India need another superhero? Is the film worth watching at the theater? We answer all this in our 10-point movie review. (Star Rating: **1/2)
# A Flying Jatt finally pulls Tiger Shroff out from his trademark image and present a vibrant actor altogether. It is definitely not his best character.
# The film seems to be a mix of many Hollywood flavors garnished on an Indian platter.
# 'A Flying Jatt' comes with no solid plot as Aman (Tiger Shroff) fights the odds of society.
# The villain Raka (Nathan Jones) is a must watch for his scariest voice and expression. His character loses power as the director tries to push in a social message through him.
# Saif Ali Khan's wife Amrita Singh has done a brilliant job with her loud yet funny character.
# Jacqueline Fernandez goes complete waste in the movie and adds nothing substantial than twerking in one of the songs of the movie.
# Gaurav Pandey, on the other hand, has played a remarkable character as Aman's brother. The only problem is that the director killed him, literally!
# It's a Remo D'Souza movie, expect groovy songs and trendy music. Beat pe Booty is my personal favorite from the movie.
# A lot of cost cutting can be noticed in terms of preparations of the set. However, graphics are considerable and saves the film from being an amateur drama.
# Watch at your own risk, for some it will be funny and for the rest, it will be funny.