I'd probably reshove the flop in this situation since vil isn't folding but could easily shutdown on a scary turn card but is obv going to continue blasting with a very likely strong A given his large flop reraise.
Having blanked the turn facing a potsize bet (and still a street and chips behind) I don't believe its the right odds
to call since he only has about 1$ left behind, might be close maybe for breakeven EV wise but not so sure how to calc that since there is still a street to come and you would both have chips behind if you just called.
If it was closing the action then it would be close to breakeven I believe .... 1.2/(2.4+1.2) = 33% being the equity we need to breakeven and we have 15 outs with 1 card remaining so slightly -EV or breakeven given a rough 30% to make our hand.... but since we are not going to be allin with a call its even worse.
Say we go allin so now its 2.2/(3.4+2.2) = 39% equity being what we need to breakeven (if my thought process is correct and we don't have that much equity.
Anyhow just my thoughts, perhaps someone else will correct me if my thoughts on the math are wrong .... its a rough workings atm.
fwiw was referencing the following https://www.cardschat.com/p2006255-post488.html with regards to calcing the equity above which we need to be breakeven on a call but its indicated as i said when its an allin situation so more more action left behind which is why i think you would be best to look at it based on if you went allin having 0 FE in this spot as to if you would break even at the least or not which you wouldn't from what i can tell so having gotton to the turn its a FOLD.