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The story of a disheartened dancer and a disabled boy -- both of whose lives are transformed by the magic and power of Chhou, a traditional Bengali dance of great spectacle and color -- is ... See full summary »
Sreenath Prasad aka Seenu is the most notorious boy in Ooty. He drops out of college in Ooty in order to pursue education in a Bangalore college. Here he falls in love with Sunaina. But ... See full summary »
Malhotra wants to acquire a land of Sikh colony for his factory which is owned by Mrs Dhillon known as Bebe however Bebe is in no mood to sell the land to him it also has a tree which is considered holy by the everyone.Malhotra threatens Bebe 's son Aman that her life would be in danger if she doesn't sell the land to him,Malhotra sends Raka to cut the tree.On a stormy night Aman sits near the holy tree praying for his mother he notices that Raka is cutting the tree a fight occurs between them after being beaten by Raka,Aman gets holy powers from the tree and fights back soon Aman turns a superhero known as Flying Jat who helps people in need whereas Raka turns into a toxic Monster who wants to pollute the environment.Written by
The film was supposed to be a superhero movie, but falls flat in every aspect. Director Remo D'souza, who is known for his dance-based ventures, brings a superhero film with a religious message but forgets what his forte is. There are so many flying cars in the action sequence of the films, you'd be forgiven for mistaking this to be a Rohit Shetty film. The VFX were very average which didn't match to the expectations. Sachin-Jigar's music was not so clever and didn't go on with the movie and a few portions of the movie are reminiscent of Hrithik Roshan's Krrish (the thing Tiger Shroff wears in his eyes). Kids might like the film considering it's a superhero flick, but 'A Flying Jatt' doesn't fly and sinks without a trace.
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