being enthralled by super heroes like Superman, Batman, Spiderman and Harry Potter,
it was high time that Indian films entered into the arena of science fiction and
technical wizardry - and Krrish does just that!
off from where Koi Mil Gaya left off, Krrish opens with the late
Rohit's son Krishna being taken care off by his grandmother, Rekha.
soon realises that Krishna too has the super powers that an alien had passed onto
her son Rohit.
exploitation at the hands of the evil and selfish ones, she takes a super intelligent
and powerful Krishna away from human civilization - somewhere unknown.
grows up amongst the plants, trees animals, fishes and mountains but soon realises
that his super powers also make him stand out among his friends, often alienating
yearns for a normal life, not one where he can fly and run faster than any bird
this point in time, enters Priya (Priyanka Chopra), an adventure tourist from
saves her life and falls in love with her.
Priya leaves for Singapore, but using her false charms, lures Krishna for exploitation
on a television show.
Krishna, who goes to Singapore, refuses to swallow the bait. Slowly, she falls
in love with him.
Krishna, uses his powers to save people during a circus performance. He hides
his true identity by using a a mask - the masked man becomes known as Krrish
to the Singapore population.
thats not where this action packed film ends. Krrish discovers that his father
has been destroyed by the evil, megalomaniac Dr. Arya (Naseerudin Shah), a scientist
who wants to control human destiny.
the final forty minutes or so of the film revolve around the clash between evil
film has excellent special effects, on par with the best from Hollywood.
the cast, Hritik lives and breathes his role, displaying helplessness, anger,
determination and romance with equal versatility.Here indeed, is an actor par
supports well while Rekha and Naseerudin are ever dependable.
The music, except for the Dil Na Diya song, is mundane. The film, which
is already proving to be one of the biggest money-spinners, not only in the UK
cinemas but also around the world, is too good to miss.
by Guest reviewer