Rating : 4 stars
Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Vivek Oberoi, Kangana Ranaut and Priyanka Chopra
Loo Break: Yes, you can skip all the songs
Whats Good: The best Villian and VFX possible on Indian soil
Whats bad: Songs are a big minus
Rakesh Roshan pairing with Hrithik as director-actor is unmatchable and every time proved golden atbox office.
‘Krrish’took the story of ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ ahead by establishing India’s first original super-hero. And you start thinking next what? But here comes ‘Krrish 3’ that adds completely new dimensions to a super-hero film with a powerful villain, stronger emotions and family drama.
‘Krrish 3’ continues with Hrithik Roshan saving the world in his superhero avatar when super-villain Kaal played by Vivek Oberoi starts destructing the world with a new epidemic.
Kaal is handicapped but has extraordinary powers. All body below his neck is paralysed. He runs a pharmaceutical company that first creates an epidemic and then creates an antidot for it to earn money from it. He has created mutants called Maanvars –combination of Maanavs and Jaanwars. Being a superhero, Krrish has to fight these beings with unknown powers but only with the help of his father, Rohit Mehra.
‘Krrish3’ is the synergy of ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ and ‘Krrish’ and their goodness combined. The screenplay is full of entertainment and emotions throughout. Hrithik Roshan is phenomenal especially as the old father, Rohit Mehra. Hrithik is once again outstanding in a film directed by his father. But Vivek Oberoi as Kaal steals the show. He is the most powerful villian India has ever seen in a movie. His screen presence is just awesome. His facial expressions, dialogue delivery and actions are worth noticing. He is a powerful villain who can use only two fingers to destroy everything. Kangana looks menacing and Priyanka does complete justice to her role. Amitabh Bachchan introduces the film and Mohnish Bahl as Vivek Oberoi's poster father and Rajpal Yadav in a brief role are fairly good.
Music is a big minus especially ‘God Allah Aur Bhagwan’ but surprisingly other songs are not bad as it seemed on small screen. Though film misses that one big hit song. Editing is crisp and dialogues are fairly good.
The real winner is director Rakesh Roshan who again proves his command over the superhero genre who only he had the courage to start in 2006 with Krrish. Film has such a fine balance of emotions, action, romance and VFX. And yes, Red Chillies has done tremendous job with VFX.
Verdict: Watch it for amazing performances, a very good story and a breathtaking climax.
First half is a bit low because it is used in setting up characters though the Aeroplane scene in first half is worth clapping. It is the second half that is a surprise package. It is a complete VFX show, specially towards the climax, you will be stunned to see that this VFX work is done in India.
Vivek Oberoi will be noticed by masses as he is the real show stealer and his future is bright after krrish3.
Do not miss this one !!
Source: Box Office Capsule
Source: Box Office Capsule