Remo D’Souza is introducing India’s first mythological super-hero A Flying Jatt. The movie stars Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez and Nathan Jones. Does it live onto the expectations? Find out:
A Flying Jatt has an interesting premise of a mythological super-hero fighting against a super-villain who gets stronger and stronger because of the increasing pollution in India. Interesting Concept!! Right? We too liked it. However sadly, the presentation is out dated from the word go.
The direction from Remo D’Souza lacks the conviction factor to make the things look believable. The action sequences look tacky because of the out-dated Visual Effects and weird camera work. The background score and melodrama takes us back to the 80’s.
The only positive in A Flying Jatt is the humor quotient in first half. The film rides on a few genuinely funny sequences which come out as a refreshing change.
The music is forcefully placed in the screenplay and does nothing except adding onto the run time. One can’t blame only the editor for the boring outcome of the film as the blame should be passed onto the screenplay writer.
Talking about the performances, Tiger Shroff tries to explore his funny side. His character has a pinch of humor and the actor pulls that off pretty well. However when it comes to emoting, there is not even a percentage of improvement over his previous outings. Jacqueline Fernandez does not have much to do except adding onto the glamour and she successfully does the same. Kay Kay Menon’s character here has a strong hangover of his performance in Drona (Which isn’t a compliment). Nathan Jones looks huge on the screen however does not have much to offer in terms of acting.
To Sum Up, A Flying Jatt might find acceptance among-st the kids however for others exposed to different kind of cinema; this one would be difficult to sit through. The film has some genuinely funny moments in the first half however the tacky VFX, loud background score and too much melodrama restrains it from being a watchable film.
This Jatt Doesn’t Fly High