Top 5 Highlights Of Tiger Shroff’s A Flying Jatt
The much talked about Indian superhero film — A Flying Jatt, starring Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez finally releases today and while it is certainly not out of the world, it does have its moments that helps you survive through its flaws.
So without further ado, here are the top 5 highlights from the film that makes Remo D’souza’s ambitious Flying Jatt worth a watch…
PS: Only if you leave your brains outside the cinema hall.
1) Tiger Shroff & His Sleek Moves
By now it’s an established fact that this young lad has the moves that are as cool as that of the legendary martial art expert — Bruce Lee, and it’s impossible to take your eyes off Tiger when he puts his trained skills on display. In A Flying Jatt too, this boy in his blue avatar will make your jaws drop with his classic action moves. Though Tiger still needs to work on his acting, it is a delight to watch him in this desi superhero film.
2) Amrita Singh’s Delightful Punch
Amrita Singh as the feisty Bebe (Tiger Shroff’s Sikhni mother) will entertain you throughout. Though a bit loud, every time the actress, who was a star in her own right in the late 80s and 90s, comes on the screen she has you in splits with her wonderful act. The sequences when she is trying to figure out her son’s superpowers will make you fall off your seats.
3) Nathan Jones & Tiger Shroff’s Underwater Fight Sequence
The true power of a superhero can never be known unless he is fighting a super-villain. Likewise, the real potential of an action hero can never be gauged unless he is pitted against a real fighter. For the uninitiated, Nathan Jones is a retired professional wrestler and plays the antagonist Raka in A Flying Jatt. And our hero, of course, has some stylized action sequences with the giant fighter. The one that truly stands out is an underwater fight sequence between the two.
4) The History Of Sikh Community
While there are many films that have spoken about the Sikh community, A Flying Jatt beautifully encapsulates the essence and core of this religion through animation. It talks about the valor of the Sikh and what the ‘baarah baj gaye’ catchphrase truly stands for.
5) ‘Beat Pe Booty’, of course!
There is a reason why all Bollywood celebrities are going bonkers about the ‘Beat Pe Booty’ number. With its sexy and groovy moves, it is undoubtedly, one of the highlights of A Flying Jatt.
Lastly, if you have kids or you are a child at heart, go for this film, you would end up having a lot more fun than expected.
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