Mind-blowing action, family drama and romance -  A complete package!

Time and over again, Indian filmmakers give 'Superhero Sci-fi' genre a shot, however, transporting the audiences into an imaginary world that exists just in the director's mind is no easy task. 
Rakesh Roshan is the only Indian director who has given India its first superhero that can actually 'fly'. All eyes are set on Rakesh Roshan, and his son is able to strike the hat-trick with 'Krrish 3'.
'Krrish 3' begins with highlights of the prequels giving a good insight to the first time watchers of this superhero franchise.  
Next, it moves to 'Kaal ki Kainaat' where an evil handicapped scientist living in a hi-tech den is doing crazy experiments to control the universe. 
Krishna (Hrithik Roshan) lives in Mumbai with his wife Priya (Priyanka Chopra) and father Rohit Mehra (Older Hrithik Roshan). 
Krrish is happy until the deadly virus created by 'Kaal' (Vivek Oberoi) breaks in Mumbai. Krrish teams up with his family to fight the virus and Kaal's arm of mutants that includes Kaya (Kangana Ranaut). Kaal has created Kaya, a chameleon who has morphing powers.
Few twists in the tale are when Kaya feels human emotions and when Kaal discovers who his real dad is. 
Hrithik Roshan has the physique and body language of that of a superhero and he balances the action and emotional side brilliantly. 
Hrithik as Krrish's dad 'Rohit Verma' is impactful. He will make you smile and even cry, especially in the climax scene. 
Vivek Oberoi brings the Shakaal and Mogambo era back with his 'Kaal' act; in fact it's a strong villain act seen in recent times, very enthralling. 
Kangana makes a grand entry in a red gown and looks hot in the black bodysuit; her expressions and body language is very intriguing. Priyanka does a good job. Even though her role is not lenghthy she manages to make an impact.   
Rakesh Roshan transforms the Mumbai gallis to New York avenues and has created a superhero that flies high like its Hollywood contemporaries.  
'Krrish 3' is a complete package! It's got mind-blowing action, family drama and romance. 
Honey Irani and Robin Bhatt have teamed up with Rakesh Roshan for the screenplay which is very gripping. Director of photography Tirru has done a stupendous job as the entire 'Kaal ki Kainaat' is very impressive. Action by Tony Ching Sui Tung and Sham Kaushal is stunning. 
Music of the movie by Rajesh Roshan is melodious and the songs are in sync with the movie. 'Dil tu hi bata' by Alisha Chinoy is one of the star song in the album and 'Raghupati Raghav' is a decent dance track by Neeraj Sridhar and Monali Thakur.
'Krrish 3' is the perfect tribute to 100 years of Indian cinema, as it shows the progress made by our filmmakers.  
Diwali weekend will give a great opening to Krrish as families flock to see the superhero return after seven years and 'Krrish 3' is truly worth the wait. 
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