As the name suggests, Balaji Motion Pictures' A Flying Jatt is a superhero film in totality. Aman (Tiger Shroff) despite being a Sardar, refrains from wearing the customary turban, because the memories of him being teased during his childhood refuse to go away. At the same time, he is extremely scared of heights. His widowed mother (Amrita Singh) tries her level best to infuse bravery and valour in Aman, but, all of which yields zero results.
It's only after the filthy rich and extremely money-minded Malhotra (Kay Kay Menon) sends his deadly and towering Raaka (Nathan Jones) to cut a holy tree (which was planted in memory of Aman's father), does Aman realise that he is blessed with superpowers. As an 'ode' to her late husband, Aman's mother names him as 'A Flying Jatt'. What ensues after that are a deadly battle between the good (Aman) and the evil (Raaka) who becomes powerful every time he inhales the city's polluted air. The only way to eliminate Raaka is by eradicating the city's pollution, which is definitely a humongous task. Raaka becomes so powerful that, he starts overpowering his own 'master' Malhotra.
Does Aman manage to eliminate the villainous Raaka or vice versa, is what forms the rest of the story.