New Superhero in Town: A Flying Jatt

When writer Jerry Siegel collaborated with artist  Joe Shuster in 1933 to create one of the most famous superheroes of all time, Superman, they probably had no idea that they were paving the path for a new genre of literature and films. Since then, superheroes are adored and loved by people of all age-group.

Why do we love superheroes so much? What are the reasons that they hold their appeal in every form? That is because, perhaps, they inspire us to cope with adversity, finding the meaning of life even through loss, fear and trauma, and, channelizing our strengths to do something good for the humankind.

As I was saying, starting from the Superman, the list of costumed avengers is endless.The latest to join the league is India’s first ‘flying’ superhero, the flying Jatt!

A Flying Jatt is a 2016 Bollywood superhero action film co-written and directed by Remo D’Souza and produced under the banner of Balaji Motion Pictures featuring Tiger Shroff as Aman Dhillon or the Flying Jatt and Nathan Jones as the villain, Raka.

Zee Cinema presents the World Television Premiere of the film, A Flying Jatt, on 22nd October 2016 at 8 PM.


1. India’s first flying Superhero
India’s first flying superhero – A Flying Jatt saves the day in the coolest way. Bestowed not only with this incredible superpower our man can also display some jaw-dropping martial art moves.

2. This Superhero has a Supermom
Most of the superheroes that we know pledge to save the world and have lost their parents to an accident. But this superhero has a supermom who constantly reminds him of his duties. A typical Indian mother, she scolds him every time he is reluctant to use his superpowers. She definitely is a supermom!

3. Powers + Killer dance moves = Legendary Superhero
Our flying Jatt wins at his killer dance moves. Saving the world and burning the dance floor all in one – WOW! Now that is what they call a superhero. Let’s shake our booty on the beat with this superhero.

4. The youngest Superhero
Hrithik Roshan and Shah Rukh Khan also had special powers in movies like Krrish and Ra.One respectively. But what sets Tiger Shroff apart is his age. At 26, he bagged a superhero movie as his third film while the others have had a longer run in films before had a long career preceding their superhero ventures.

5. Jatt Fly Karda
As the name suggests, Flying Jatt is all about a superhero who not only goes out to save his city, but also believes in his prime religious duty of helping mankind. He is the first superhero who has incorporated his human and religious sensibilities in saving his city.


6. Accidental superhero
Our very own superhero was not born with these powers but became a superhero by accident. One who is courageous enough to fight despite being scared is what makes an ordinary man a true superhero.

7. Do your chores before you catch the ‘chors’
He is no ordinary superhero because, at home, he has to do all the chores like any other child. From lending a helping hand in cleaning the house or buying vegetables, this superhero has to do it all. You might be a superhero for the world but at home, you have to do what your mother asks you to do.

8. A hero with a consciousness
We all have to give back something to our society and, the Flying Jatt definitely believes in this. A protector of Mother Nature and a condemner of pollution, this superhero does all to protect the environment.

9. A Child at Heart
He might have a serious job at hand but he is a child at heart. This is what sets him apart making him a fun-loving, relatable superhero. He has the superpowers but he also has a child in him who will touch your heart.

10. He is There to Save His City
This superhero has no airs about having special powers apart from being down to earth and humble. So, he has decided to meet you and save his beloved city of Amritsar.


So, don’t forget to catch up with Aman a.k.a Flying Jatt, on 22nd October 2016 at 8 PM.


22 responses to “New Superhero in Town: A Flying Jatt

  1. Haha! I would never see the movie even on TV but really loved reading your review. Do your chores before you catch the chor 😀 😀 …But no, Krish was the first flying superhero ..Imagine, I had seen that movie in Hall! Maybe now I will see this once on TV at least. 🙂

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  2. I heard about this movie from my Indian friends, it seems like it’s really popular there ! An interesting concept. And nothing’s better than having your own local superhero to look up to! Hehe!

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  3. Superhero movies are mostly money-spinners sustaining the industry. It provides entertainment and breathtaking action scenes. The recent hits of this genre in the south are Kabali and Pulimurugan. Let us how Flying Jatt fares in the box office.

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  4. This is so cool, an Indian superhero. India should be very proud. Jatt sounds very humble and down to earth, listening to his nagging mum who makes sure he is on his best behaviour and being a kid at heart – that is not afraid to be who he is and have fun doing what he does. It is always not about the superhero, but the people around them too.

    Really like how you say that a true superhero is one who stands up even though they are scared. Often we can’t achieve much if we keep sitting down and staying the background. From the show’s poster, it looks like he is also the romantic kind 😉

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