Friday, 21 October 2016

A Flying Jatt Comes To TV...

As a Blogger, I have had multiple rendezvous with celebrities pursuing their careers in various fields, ever since I began blogging in April 2013.

Be it luminaries from the field of science and research or able leaders of the likes of our former President, Kalam Sir, or top-guns of global technology firms such as Microsoft and Google, or top-notch sportspersons, Sachin Tendulkar and Vishy Anand, or celebrities from our most-loved and diverse Indian Film Industry, beginning with Mr. Amitabh Bachchan, the caravan hasn’t stopped, and why should it?

Another addition to such rendezvous was when the star-cast of A Flying Jatt flew down to Delhi in August at a Media Briefing, grooving to the quirky track from the upcoming flick that gradually became talk-of-town - Beat Pe Booty.

Witnessing Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez and Nathan Jones in person taking the fun factor up a few notches, amid loud cheers, was a delight! :)

Now, that Zee Cinema has come up with the World Television Premiere of this flick, scheduled for tomorrow night, I thought I must tell my readers some reasons as to why A Flying Jatt makes for a decent watch.

The movie is about our Desi Superhero Tiger Shroff. The other lead and supporting actors in the movie are Jacqueline Fernandez, Nathan Jones, Amrita Singh, and Kay Kay Menon. Remo D’Souza is the director and choreographer of A Flying Jatt, and Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Telefilms is its Producer. The story is about Aman (Tiger Shroff), a meek boy.

Accidentally, the boy acquires superpowers and becomes a superhero. But he doesn’t realize the presence of his powers and thus doesn’t know how and where to use them. Despite gaining superpowers, the boy is terrorized of heights.

He is quite an obedient boy and abides everything his mother tells him. He is deeply concerned about society, nature, and environment. He is an Indian Superhero and the story moves around the fundamental issue of pollution. In severe crisis, it is our hero who steps forward to save the town.

Now, we all know that there is always a fight between good and bad, in whichever scenario, right since the conception of our planet. On the same lines, in this movie also, we have a powerful villain against our superhero.

The villain Raka (Nathan Jones) is an ill-willed person who intends to aggravate the damage caused by pollution in the city. So when Raka decides to harm the innocent civilians by using pollution as his weapon, our superhero decides to fight him and save the people and his city.

You must meet our desi superhero and watch the movie to see the interesting outcome when this good fights against evil. A Flying Jatt is all about this. But, there is a lot more that will compel you to watch this movie on Zee Cinema on 22 October at 8 PM. A few of those compelling reasons are as below:

  1. A Flying Jatt presents India’s first flying Superhero
Our Desi superhero is India’s first Flying Jatt. Besides this superpower, our hero  can also display some jaw-dropping martial art moves. And, of course some incredible dance moves.

  1. The story of a Superhero and a Supermom
Against the regular tradition in most of the superhero movies so far where the superheroes lose their parents to an accident, there is a twist in A Flying Jatt. Our superhero has a supermom who maintains superb control on her son. She never forgets to remind him of his duties. The supermom is a typical Indian mother that scolds her son every time he shows reluctance to use his superpowers for good.

  1. Superpowers and Super Dance Moves make our Superhero extraordinary
We all know about Superman, Spider-Man, and Batman but our Flying Jatt has an extra edge over all other such superheroes. It is all about his killer dance moves. While saving the world, he is also setting the dance floor on fire with the same vigor and zeal.

  1. Our Superhero is the youngest among all
In comparison to Hrithik Roshan and Shah Rukh Khan who also had special powers in movies like Krrish and Ra.One respectively, Tiger Shroff has an extra edge, yet again.  It is his age that sets him apart from all others. He is just 26 and has  grabbed  a superhero movie as his third film. On the other hand, Baadshah SRK and Greek God Hrithik had a longer run in films and had a long career preceding their superhero ventures.

  1. A Jatt who Flies
Flying Jatt is about a superhero who decides to protect his city against all odds. At the same time, he also believes in helping mankind as it is his prime duty and religion. This is a unique combination of religious sensibilities and a humane outlook in saving his city.

  1. Superhero by accident
He is not born with these superpowers. Rather it is a serious accident that results in this. That is why he becomes a superhero by accident. Otherwise he is a true superhero by heart, having tremendous courage to fight against any evil to save people of his city. Although he is scared but he is resolute to save his city. And that gives him a lot of inner strength and courage.

  1. Chores and the ‘चोरs’
The boy has to be quite humble and polite at home. He is an extraordinary superhero but at home he is as ordinary as anybody else. He is a boy-next-door. In fact, at home he has to perform all the chores as any other child would do. He has to lend a helping hand in cleaning the house. He also has to buy groceries and other necessary items from the market.

  1. A superhero with a conscience
Our superhero believes in giving back to society rather than keep expecting from it. He would do anything in this regard. He is a savior and protector by default. Additionally, he is against pollution and destruction to nature.

  1. A superhero with a child’s heart
Whatever intense job he has to perform in the normal run, he is a child at heart. That uniqueness sets him apart from all others.

  1. He is coming to meet you
Now when he is coming home to you, don’t shy away from meeting him. Rather welcome him with open arms and a warm heart. He has already decided to meet you and save his beloved city of Amritsar. Watch the World Television Premiere of A Flying Jatt on Saturday, 22nd October at 8PM on Zee Cinema. Be there to welcome him, and share your excitement on social media by tagging Zee Cinema using @ZeeCinema on Twitter and on Facebook.

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