Directed by: Remo D'Souza
Produced by: Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor, Sameer
Nair, Aman Gill
Written by: Aakash Kaushik and Madhur Sharma
Screenplay by: Tushar Hiranandani and Remo D'Souza
(Original Screenplay) Aakash Kaushik Madhur Sharma (Additional Screenplay)
Starring: Tiger Shroff, Nathan Jones, Jacqueline
Cinematography: Vijay Kumar Arora
Production company: Balaji Motion Pictures
A flying jatt is a 2016 bollywood superhero film directed by remo d'souza
starring tiger shroff, jacqueline fernandez and professional wrestler nathan
jones in lead roles. tiger shroff is playing the role of a super hero and
jacqueline fernandez will be playing his love interest in the film.
Know more about the
captain of the Ship, the director:
Remo D'Souza (birth
name Ramesh Gopi Nair,born 2 April 1972 is an Indian dancer, choreographer,
actor and film director. Although he is mainly involved in choreography, he has
also contributed to other Indian film industries, mainly Bengali cinema. He was
a judge in the show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa with the Indian actress Madhuri Dixit
and the director Karan Johar. Currently he is the "super judge" on
the prime time dance show Dance+, on Star Plus, along with Dharmesh Yelande,
Shakti Mohan, and Punit Pathak
His first movie as a
director, F.A.L.T.U, was a moderate success at the box office.
He made India's
first 3D dance movie, ABCD - AnyBody Can Dance, with contestants from series 1
and 2 of Dance India Dance (Dharmesh Yelande, Salman Khan, Bhavna and Prince)
and Prabhu Deva and Lauren Gottlieb from So You Think You Can Dance. His next
directorial venture, ABCD 2, was released in June 2015. It stars Varun Dhawan,
Shraddha Kapoor, and Prabhu Deva in lead roles.
My Gut Feel and
promo is unimpressive!!! Although as
film does cover a fresh outlook where it has shown that superhero does fear of heights
and make silly errors like a common man however it seems to be not captured
effectively. Film is directed by Remo D'Souza who directed successful films ABCD
and ABCD 2 however with Flying Jatt he seems to miss the trick.
Shroff’s did well at box office till now and have a fan following among kids
and young generation. Film does hold mass appeal as tiger is playing a Sikh character
and slight a chance that film would do
well in North India.
Somehow I am
not convinced with overall packaging where beat humor or action everything
seems forced upon and screenplay seems rusty.
Going by my gut feel I am giving
this movie 2 starts out of 5, two days before the release.