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A Flying Jatt

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A Flying Jatt is the third film by Tiger Shroff that presents the young actor in a new avatar, that of a superhero with magical powers that allow him to fly like a bird. Indeed, he was born with divine powers, of which he is ignorant initially. The film targets in particular a young audience, because Tiger Shroff has many fans among the kids. This film is directed by Remo D'Souza, who also wrote its story. Remo has known his hero for several years, because both attended the same gym.

Professional wrestler Nathan Jones is the anti-hero of the film and stunning action scenes are to be expected from the film. The hero uses his powers to help people who are in distress. In a scene from the film, he jumps into the fire to rescue people caught in the flames. Tiger, who does all the stunts himself, refused to be replaced by a liner. Amrita Singh takes on the role of Punjabi mother of Tiger.

She convinces her son to use his powers to help people rather than squander his resources to seduce girls. Kirti (Jacqueline Fernandez) is the girl who makes Tiger's heart vibrate in the film.

Tiger Shroff was last seen in his film debut and won many awards in Heropanti, but after that he disappeared from movies. He only appeared in the awards and albums. This is not because he was not getting the movies, but he wanted to act in those films, which were actually very good.

Remo also made 2 parts of the film ABCD franchise, both of which were biggest hit of 2010 and 2015, respectively. He was praised by critics for their work in these films. The biggest USP of this film is its villain, Nathan Jones. He is a professional wrestler and also made many Hollywood movies. His last appearance was in the film, Mad Max: Road Fury, in the role of, Rictus Erectus. Nathan Jones also refused to use the effect of VFX in its fight sequence.

For the filming of one scene of action, we will fight him with Tiger Shroff, with an engine of 10 kg tied in hand. Sharad Kapoor and Kay Kay Menon are also part of this film. The dialogues of this film is written by Mayur Puri and screenplay is by Tushar Hiranandani. The background music is by Sachin-Jigar.

Tiger Shroff gave an interview to the effect that he is one of the biggest fan of Hrithik Roshan and this film is inspired from the film Krrish, for which Hrithik has given the best of his flight scenes and a very interesting aspect.


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