Tiger Shroff, A Flying Jatt, Second Day (2nd) Box Office collection report


And Remo adding a corny quote of himself while the movie is still running is laughable.

Tiger Shroff's new release A Flying Jatt movie released on August 25, 2016.

The story of the film revolves around Aman (Tiger Shroff) - a superhero who has three things to combat with in his life - fear of heights, dogs and industrialist Malhotra (Kay Kay Menon).

"A Flying Jatt" has good production values, but the movie lacks an interesting story and entertaining screenplay. "I will be okay even if I failed with this film", Remo told PTI.

From here on, A Flying Jatt goes into ridiculously facile territory.

On Saturday being weekend, it witnessed some growth in its occupancy and raked the business of 7.35 crores.

The anti-pollution message is actually a surprise and has been put forth with a lot of thought and despite it being preachy in parts, you tend to appreciate the issue and the innovativeness with which it is raised in the film. Superhero indulges us enough to make this film a decent one time watch.

Interestingly, the hero and villain come from completely different schools of action -while agile Tiger has a background of Mixed Martial Arts, Nathan's huge built and wrestling background promises, an explosive watch.

Tiger Shroff has spelled magic with his last few Bollywood outings. During the promotions, it was apparently stated that the film is focused on social causes as well as upliftment of minimal mannerisms inherited in children or young audiences; which would automatically help in boosting the collection accordingly. D'Souza could have made his storyline more eccentric if only the screenplay was stronger. The movie has been given a single star out of five. The staging of action sequences ranges from just-about-competent to that final battle, which takes place in outer space, which is just flat-out ridiculous. Jacqueline is okay. Amrita Singh makes her presence felt, while KK Menon has little to do. It does get intolerable after a while. Jacqueline has nothing to offer. The acting is also fantastic and the best thing is that it is a comedy as well with a message to all people to save the environment. She could have been replaced by Katrina Kaif or Zareen Khan in the middle of the film and no one would notice. In no way does it justify its yawningly long running time of roughly 150 minutes.