Krrish 3 looks a little bit like Man Of Steel, The Matrix, Transformers, Iron Man, and the X-Men all wrapped up into one.
On the whole, Krrish 3 is magnificent and one of the best works of the maverick Rakesh Roshan so far. This one is definitely worth a watch!
On the whole, KRRISH-3 has the ingredients that make a splendid superhero film, besides being Rakesh Roshan's most accomplished work so far. Besides a riveting plot, the film scores brownie points thanks to the strong undercurrent of emotions, the clash between the protagonist and antagonist/mutants, the awe-inspiring visual effects, the larger-than-life entertainment and of course, Hrithik Roshan, who is matchless in this avtaar.
It's a Diwali bonanza for moviegoers across the globe and is sure to conclude the celebratory period on a high. BLOCKBUSTER.
With a visually riveting and emotionally engaging story, intriguing characters, sweeping VFX (unseen thus far on Indian celluloid) Rakesh Roshan's ambitious dream lives up. Yes, it's hugely inspired (by the Bats, Spideys and Wolverines of the West), but our superhero has his own 'X-factor'. Even with all the high-octane car crashes, explosions and 'animatronics', the philosophy is the force behind it all, yet, never overpowering the story.
Note: You might not like this film if sci-fi, fantastical films are not your scene.
The two final actions scenes of the film – one in the villain’s lab, the other over the city of Mumbai – leave behind loads of rubble, emotional and physical. Mercifully, the film doesn’t. It passes muster because of the consistently high quality of its CGI and the undeniable power of a known franchise.
In Krrish 3, familiarity breeds an easy connect.
This is a movie that has desi versions of pretty much every character from every American superhero series. And just as Mystique morphs so smoothly into different personals, your bewilderment morphs into contempt as you watch Krrish 3, because really, the film is just a filmmaker calling you a moron for two and a half hours.