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Krrish - the dancing superhero

Krrish.jpgThe first Superhero film with dance numbers? No, Krrish is a sequel to Koi... Mil Gaya, both portraying a Superhero mixing Western effects with Indian film-making.

You can see the teaser, trailer, and some clips of the film and behind the scenes over at the excellent official Krrish site through Boing Boing.

In all seriousness the trailer looks pretty good, there are some good looking effects, but the thing that would hit me are the dance numbers. I've not really tried Indian cinema, but perhaps this is an opportunity?

Have a look and if you're not already into Indian cinema, could this kind of film be the thing to make you think?



Hmmmm..... interesting stuff.

The production quality seems like some of the best I've seen in international cinema since Brotherhood Of The Wolf.

If people are smart and firstly understand exactly what kind of movie this is and take into consideration why those dance sequences are there in the first place then theres no reason that people cant love this movie for the same reasons they love other superhero movies.

On a side note Rich, did you ever read "Spiderman; India"? Marvel did a re-launch thelling the story of one "Pavitr Prabhakar" who was given the powers of a spider by a mystic. See more here.Interesting take, and it was written by Stan Lee too!

Btw... I checked out the trailer for Koi... Mil Gaya too. Seems good.


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