• Srijana Mitra Das
    Srijana Mitra Das
    Times Of India


    On the upside, for children, A Flying Jatt provides clean entertainment – with its innocence, it evokes more Haathi Mere Saathi and less cool-cat Krrish. The film takes off only because of its simplicity – a flying jatt who’s afraid of heights, a rarity in dark times of Udta Punjabs.

  • Subhash K Jha
    Subhash K Jha


    Tiger is a laugh riot in conveying the spellbound bewilderment of an ordinary guy who can suddenly fly….The narrative keeps pace with its sincerely committed hero most of the way, slowing down reverentially for an animation crash–course on Sikh history, as to why and how the adage of Sardarjis losing their equilibrium at the stroke of 12 came about.

  • ‘A Flying Jatt’ is entirely made keeping in mind the audiences of younger age-groups. Treatment to the storyline is done in a way that it successfully delivers social messages to the children and, that too, in a way they would love to watch.

  • Kunal Guha
    Kunal Guha
    Mumbai Mirror


    The film dies a progressive death when it takes itself too seriously.