Published On: Mon, Jul 18th, 2016

A Flying Jatt trailer out: Tiger Shroff fights the villain on land, under water, even the moon


A Flying Jatt trailer out: Tiger Shroff fights the villain on land, under water, even the moon

India’s youngest superhero A Flying Jatt was not made in a day. Before fighting the main villain on the moon, the Flying Jatt crashed into police jeeps, got chased by dogs and had pepper sprayed into his eyes, as the new trailer of the film would show us.

Balaji Motion Pictures shared the trailer of the upcoming superhero film starring Tiger Shroff as the Flying Jatt and Dishoom actor Jacqueline Fernandez as his love interest.

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A Flying Jatt is directed by choreographer-turned-filmmaker Remo D’Souza who has previously made the ABCD films. With his regular composers Sachin-Jigar on the music director’s chair, A Flying Jatt is expected to have foot-tapping music and cool dance sequences apart from lots of action and CGI.

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Keeping in line with Shroff’s young age and boyish looks, in the first half of the trailer, we see the Flying Jatt not taking his powers seriously. He lends his hand to save a child in a burning building only to end up putting his hand on fire. The Flying Jatt, with his fear of heights, as his mother (played by Amrita Singh) complains, flies down into a police jeep and then gets his cape stuck in the tire.

But when a suit-wearing Kay Kay Menon unleashes his nemesis (played by Mad Max: Fury Road actor Nathan Jones) on the world, the Flying Jatt trains hard and gets back on his feet to fight the evil, on land, under water, in the skies, and even on the moon. That’s right. They take their fight to the moon.

Watch the trailer here:

News Source India Today

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