A Flying Jatt Critics Review and Ratings: Finally the much awaited superhero movie arrives on the box office and takes a decent start at box office. Film released today and critics review are good film collects more than 2.5,3/5 and it is good for movie. Here we bring you the critics review for the movie from all over the India. After watching a good critics review film defiantly become super hit at box office. The good word of mouth is good for every movie and A Flying Jatt managed to grab good critics review. After Super hit Baaghi A Rebel for Love in April 2016, Tiger Shroff is making his comeback with his latest superhero flick A Flying Jatt. “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.
A Flying Jatt Review By All Critics
Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Saibal Site:NDTV
A Flying Jatt is so whimsically infantile in its conception of a homegrown Superman-like crime-buster that it never gains any height.Even for those that are suckers for superhero actioners, the film lacks the punch required to pass muster. When will Bollywood stop foisting such glossily-packaged garbage bags upon us? Yes, A Flying Jatt, anchored by a glassy Tiger Shroff whose acting skills are still pretty rudimentary, delivers a truckload of trash that inevitably stinks to high heaven.
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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Devarsi Ghosh Site:India Today
However, the film is also exceptionally and embarrassingly unoriginal at places. Believe it or not, Remo picks up the Spidey sense (A Flying Jatt can hear people in distress praying to Wahe Guru), the burning-house-saving-child scene from Tobey Maguire’s Spiderman films, and the worst of all, the fantastic Quicksilver scene from Days of Future Past. A Flying Jatt is meant for kids. If grown-ups don’t mind doing the fabled “leave the brain outside the home and enjoy” routine before stepping into the theatre, they will not mind A Flying Jatt.
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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Surabhi Site:Koimoi
dragged second half, copied elements of Hollywood superheroes and Remo D’Souza’s ambition to ‘preach’ through this film make up for a huge let down. This is a massy affair but strictly for kids. For adults, it may be too silly to learn about pollution from a superhero drama! A Flying Jatt is too silly for adults but could promise enough fun for kids. So I’d recommend this film for ‘Adults accompanied with kids’ only! A 2.5/5 for this!
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Ratings:3/5 Review By:Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama
On the whole, A FLYING JATT has the ingredients that make an interesting superhero film. A section of the audience might find the film’s proceedings to be corny; however, the mass audiences and kids might take a liking for the film. At the Box-Office, the film has the potential to fly, though, not to great heights. The extended weekend will help the film reap dividends at the Box-Office.
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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Tushar Joshi Site:Bollywood Life
The first half is light and the portions where Tiger struggles to adapt to his new life are hilarious. Remo puts together some slick action scenes, the best ones are the hand combat scenes which don’t have an overdose of VFX. The film goes downhill from its second half taking a mighty tumble. There is a sudden change in Tiger’s demeanour and once Jatt starts taking himself too seriously, there is very little fun left in the film. Also the climax is a royal mess. A Flying Jatt would have soared had it not compromised its second half and become a preachy documentary on global warming.
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A Flying Jatt Review by Saibal Chatterjee on NDTVMovies
Yes, A Flying Jatt, anchored by a glassy Tiger Shroff whose acting skills are still pretty rudimentary, delivers a truckload of trash that inevitably stinks to high heaven. Flying on a wing and a prayer, this film about a young Jatt in a rut is a yawn-inducing exercise that only gets worse with every passing frame, each as fatuous as the previous one.
A Flying Jatt Review by Sreeju Sudhakaran on Bollywood Life
The film goes downhill from its second half taking a mighty tumble. There is a sudden change in Tiger’s demeanour and once Jatt starts taking himself too seriously, there is very little fun left in the film. Also the climax is a royal mess. Remo sort of loses his grip on the plot and makes it into a public service announcement to curb pollution. You really smack your forehead in dismay and go ‘no way!’ when that happens. The fun flying Jatt becomes a sullen flying Jatt who now has the job of promoting environmental welfare. The climax fight between Jatt and Raka takes place in space and on moon and even on an orbiting satellite. Of course there is ample scope for cinematic liberty in this genre but this was stretching it way too much. There are too many brand placements that pop up till the very end and several scenes straight lifted out of Hollywood superhero flicks. What starts off as a fun, light and breezy entertainer suddenly looks burdened by the weight of its bad plot. Jacqueline doesn’t have much to do but look glam in the Beat Pe Booty song and her chemistry with Tiger just didn’t work for me. A Flying Jatt would have soared had it not compromised its second half and become a preachy documentary on global warming.
A Flying Jatt Review by Devarsi Ghosh on India Today
Which brings us to A Flying Jatt’s weakest link: Jacqueline Fernandez. In the entire film, the only time she seems to be in control is when she beats her booty. Otherwise, she plays a character, which is at best, a human personification of Bubbles from The Powerpuff Girls. She squeals, squeaks, twitches, laughs, breaks down. She is not playing a person but probably, an anime girl. One would love to know what Jackie was high on all through the film. A Flying Jatt is meant for kids. If grown-ups don’t mind doing the fabled “leave the brain outside the home and enjoy” routine before stepping into the theatre, they will not mind A Flying Jatt.
Review by Vishal Verma on Glamsham
Surprisingly A FLYING JATT scores on its comic elements and lighter moments and not on action though the man to man combat between Tiger and Jones is good but the expected sweep, thrill from a super hero flick is clearly missing. VFX is passable. Music by Sachin Jigar has caught the attention. Vijay Kumar Arora’s cinematography is fine. Editing by Nitin Fcp has nothing to rave about. In fact technicalities are plain okay which is another drawback in a super hero adventure. Like many dream bollywood projects, A FLYING JATT certainly appeared good on paper. It had a simple comical character having super powers with genuine feeling and big laughs standing for something essential for the mankind.
Review by Sarita A Tanwar on DNA India
A Flying Jatt isn’t like your usual superhero film— it begins with being a bit more real and that’s endearing. The whole premise of a bumbling superhero who can fly but is scared of heights was a cracker of an idea. It’s these bits that make the first half of the film loaded with fun moments. The film takes about 20 minutes to hold your attention but after that it’s an exciting ride till intermission. The entire portion of the mother trying to prepare her son to be a superhero is hilarious. Aman’s antics are designed to attract kids and that formula is guaranteed to work. Tiger Shroff suits the title role perfectly and continues to have a strong screen presence. But this is his third film and the novelty of the acrobats and stunts is beginning to wear off. This film is a wake-up call for him to start focusing on his performances now.
Review by Rohit Vats on Hindustan Times
A Flying Jatt begins on a good note, picks up the pace, throws some light-hearted moments, and then faces the curse of the second half. It drags its feet from becoming the smart film just when it’s needed and goes for the all-explaining commentary. Without the spoon-feeding, it would have become a much more entertaining film.
Review by Jaidev Hemmady on Movietalkies
Tiger still has that slight awkwardness on camera, but because of his boy next door charm, he comes across as lovable and relatable. The lad is sheer magic to watch on the dance floor and in his fight sequences and his underdog character will remind you of Peter Parker. Jacqueline Fernandez, for reasons best known to her, talks in a squeaky voice throughout the film and her fringe haircut and nerdy glasses don’t really flatter her much. However, she does look like a million bucks in the Beat Pe Booty song. Kay Kay Menon is one of the most talented actors we have and it is sad to see him play such caricaturish roles when he can do much, much better. Nathan Jones has an immense screen presence, though he sounds funny when he talks in Hindi with an American twang. Amrita Singh has done a decent job, but it isGaurav Pandey as Aman’s brother, who comes across as a pleasant surprise. Pandey proves to be a decent actor in a supportive role and we wish to see more of him in the future, especially because of his comic timing.