Watch: Tiger Shroff turns superhero in 'A Flying Jatt' trailer
Balaji Motion Pictures, the makers of A Flying Jatt, have released the trailer of the film on their official Facebook account.
The trailer of Tiger Shroff-Jacqueline Fernandez-starrer A Flying Jatt released on Monday. Produced by Balaji Motion Pictures, the film sees Tiger playing a superhero for the first time.
Of course it is not all hunky dory for our hero. Tiger comically struggles to juggle his ordinary life with that of his superheroic acts. He is bullied by his mother (played by Amrita Singh) to clean the house and mistakenly pepper-sprayed by a woman he is trying to help. And then there is Australian wrestler Nathan Jones who beats him bloody, but ends up giving him purpose. And did we mention the menacing Kay Kay Menon, who plots to unleash terror onto the world?
If the trailer is anything to judge by, the film has the same old story line that our Bollywood films have recycled and sold over the century – the good defeating the evil. We will have to wait for the film's release to know if the film has anything new to offer to its audience.
Directed by Remo D'Souza, the film is expected to release on 25 August.
Watch the trailer below:
Earlier in the day, the film's poster was released and it was shared by Tiger Shroff on his Twitter account.
— Tiger Shroff (@iTIGERSHROFF) July 18, 2016
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