A Flying Jatt Movie In Hindi 720p
A Flying Jatt Movie In Hindi 720p
A Flying Jatt is a 2016 Hindi action adventure film starring Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez. The film is directed by Remo D'Souza and produced by Balaji Motion Pictures. The film revolves around Aman, a meek youngster, who suddenly gains superpowers after being struck by a holy tree. He faces off against Malhotra, an industrialist responsible for polluting the environment, and Raka, a mutant hired by Malhotra to cut down the holy tree. The film is a blend of comedy, fantasy, sci-fi and action genres.
Aman (Tiger Shroff) is a martial arts teacher who lives with his mother (Amrita Singh) and brother (Gaurav Pandey) in Mumbai. He is afraid of heights, dogs and industrialist Malhotra (Kay Kay Menon) who wants to acquire the land where Aman's family runs a school. Malhotra has been dumping toxic waste into a nearby lake, causing environmental damage and health problems for the locals. Aman's mother is a devout Sikh who believes that their land is protected by a holy tree that grants wishes to those who pray to it.
One night, Aman goes to the tree to pray for courage to face his fears. He is struck by lightning and falls unconscious. He wakes up the next day with superpowers such as super strength, super speed and flight. He also discovers that he has a superhero costume that appears whenever he wills it. He decides to use his powers to help people and becomes a superhero named Flying Jatt.
Malhotra hires Raka (Nathan Jones), a former wrestler who has been experimented on by a scientist (Shraddha Kapoor) and turned into a mutant. Raka has the ability to absorb any form of energy and become stronger. Malhotra orders Raka to cut down the holy tree and kill Flying Jatt. Raka attacks the tree but is confronted by Flying Jatt. They engage in a fierce battle that ends with Flying Jatt throwing Raka into the toxic lake.
Flying Jatt becomes a popular hero among the people, especially among children. He also falls in love with Kirti (Jacqueline Fernandez), a bubbly girl who works as a choreographer. However, he faces criticism from some media outlets and his own mother, who thinks that he is wasting his powers on trivial matters. He also learns that Raka has survived the lake and has become more powerful than ever. Raka kidnaps Kirti and challenges Flying Jatt to a final showdown.
Cast and Crew
Kay Kay Menon
Shraddha Kapoor (special appearance)
The film is directed by Remo D'Souza, who is known for his dance-based films such as ABCD and ABCD 2. The film is written by Tushar Hiranandani, Remo D'Souza, Aakash Kaushik and Madhur Sharma. The music is composed by Sachin-Jigar, with lyrics by Vayu, Raftaar and Mayur Puri. The cinematography is done by Vijay Kumar Arora and the editing is done by Nitin FCP.
Reviews and Reception
The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike. Some praised the film for its humour, action sequences and message, while others criticized the film for its weak plot, poor execution and over-the-top performances. The film has a rating of 3.5 out of 10 on IMDb, 2.5 out of 5 on Times of India and 1.5 out of 5 on Hindustan Times. The film was also compared to Hollywood superhero films such as Superman, Hancock and Deadpool.
The film was a moderate success at the box office, earning 52.15 crore in India and 7.35 crore overseas, for a worldwide total of 59.5 crore. The film was made on a budget of 45 crore. The film was released on 25 August 2016, coinciding with the festival of Janmashtami.
Where to Watch
The film is available to watch online on ZEE5, a streaming platform that offers movies, TV shows, web series and live TV channels in various languages. The film can be streamed in HD quality with English subtitles. The film can also be rented or purchased on other platforms such as Google Play Movies, YouTube, iTunes and Amazon Prime Video.
A Flying Jatt is a Hindi action adventure film that tries to deliver a message of environmental awareness and social responsibility through the story of a reluctant superhero. The film has some entertaining moments, but suffers from a weak plot, poor execution and over-the-top performances. The film is suitable for children and fans of Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez.