A Flying Jatt review: Our superhero knows Wolverine, but is that good?

His father was the first Sikh to train at the Shaolin school of martial arts and his mother is a fireball personified. His city is under threat and millions of lives are at stake. But, he won’t do his superhero act unless a small child screams: A Flying Jatt.

Somehow the pattern of superhero films seeps into the structure but what matters is the treatment and how the ‘local’ touch has been added. A Flying Jatt borrows heavily from Hollywood superhero clichés and mixes them with popular Bollywood formula.
In a Kung Fu Hustle-inspired set-up, Mrs Dhillon (Amrita Singh) runs a colony where nobody pays her the rent. She loves her drink and has no filter on her mouth. Her happy-go-unlucky son Aman (Tiger Shroff) is a martial arts teacher and is in love with Kirti (Jacqueline Fernandez).

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