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These are early days yet for Indian superheroes but such creative flourishes as can be seen in Krrish 3 suggest that the evolution, if the market forces support it, will be rapid.
With a superhero looming large on Mumbai’s skyline, it is difficult, if not impossible, to turn your attention to anything beyond Hrithik Roshan’s earnest Krishna act. Sharply turned out in a Matrix style ensemble with his vivid green eyes scanning the horizon for any sign of trouble, Krrish seems as competent for the job of saving the world, as any of his Hollywood contemporaries. Hrithik Roshan deserves credit for having carried the film so far on his well-honed shoulders.
From the early murmurs in the trade circles, Krrish 3 has got off to a flying start — 90 per cent pan India occupancy— which, given Hrithik’s popularity among kids, decisive component of the family audience, is not surprising at all.
Director/producer Rakesh Roshan with some clever screenplay tries to bridge the gap between modernity and tradition. What he has come up with, is an interesting mix with Indian mythology seguing into Star Trek. Sure, the maanwars, naach gaana and the family drama may take some getting used to, but the painstaking effort at creating a story that marries Bollywood narrative style with the worldwide superhero template is laudable. Krrish 3 also has an interesting scientific twist to the two brothers separated by birth formula.
One has heard the litany of woes about all that is lacking in our superheroes’ armour but nevertheless, this coming together of the Hindi film formula together with Hollywood’s superhero formula makes for a fascinating subject.
Considering the fact that sci-fi and superhero flicks make for a rather expensive niche in Hindi cinema it would only be fair to give sincere experiments in the space a certain creative latitude. Let’s face it, Hollywood films are light years ahead of us in cinematic technology that is the backbone for animation, sci-fi and fantasy films. And these are early days yet for Indian superheroes but such creative flourishes as can be seen in Krrish 3 suggest that the