Stay tuned to our new posts and updates! Click to join us on WhatsApp L&C-Whatsapp & Telegram telegram Channel
L&C-Silhouette Subscribe
The L&C-Silhouette Basket
L&C-Silhouette Basket
A hand-picked basket of cherries from the world of most talked about books and popular posts on creative literature, reviews and interviews, movies and music, critiques and retrospectives ...
to enjoy, ponder, wonder & relish!
Support LnC-Silhouette. Great reading for everyone, supported by readers. SUPPORT

Krrish 3: Indian Cinema’s Leap to the Next Level
November 8, 2013 | By

Krrish 3 is definitely a tremendous leap ahead for Indian cinema and its sensibility.


krrish 3Rating : 4/5

Direction: Rakesh Roshan
Written by: Rakesh Roshan
Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Vivek Oberoi, Priyanka Chopra, Kangna Ranaut
Music: Rajesh Roshan
Background Score: Salim-Sulaiman

Watched Krrish 3, the much awaited sequel of the legendary Krrish / Koi mil gya series the very first day of the film’s release.

Let’s begin with the weak points of the movie. The major showdowns were the songs. They gave me enough time to put up some FB posts, stretch myself and grab some popcorn.  Krrish 3 is much of the same standards of all the Hollywood super hero movies and could have easily done without any songs. Instead they chose to keep those tuneless numbers.

The other thing you miss desperately in the film is simple light hearted comedy and regular fun. There are no cheerful happy moments, which are a regular part of Rakesh Roshan films.

The film tries out some comic punches but they miserably fall flat. I found the audience applauding for the action and super hero parts/speeches but no one laughed much. Rajpal Yadav could have surely done a better job. Only bits of comedy came from Rohit’s character.

For many movie the initial few minutes and the closing shots are crucial. Krrish 3 left much to be desired in both these areas. The start was lackluster and dampened the enthusiasm with which you come to watch the movie. Also the end moments when Kaal announces the end of Krrish and people join hands to say we all are Krrish tries to be a feel good moment but lacks the energy and strength to make people’s stand convincing.

The weak points over, let’s move on to all that which makes Krrish 3 actually worth watching.

Had the movie been made in English, there would not have been any difference with Hollywood as Krrish 3 aptly plays up to the highest technical standards of sci-fi superhero films. Krrish 3 surely makes you proud that it’s an Indian movie and technically so perfect.

There are scenes where Krrish encourages people to work for the welfare of others and calls every such person a Krrish. Such moments are very well thought out – and give things a more human and Indian touch.

You appreciate this move to make the superhero responsible for encouraging humanity, kindness and compassion among people.

Hrithik Roshan gives a superb performance as Krrish

Hrithik Roshan gives a superb performance as Krrish

Acting is perfect by everyone and action is simply mind-blowing. At times, I really forgot it’s entirely done by Indian technicians.

All mutants have been crafted and placed very well. Special effects, a few of which we see in the promos, look fascinatingly perfect. There is a strong grip about the mutants, Kaal and Krrish presence. You just wish to see them and rest of the storyline seems insignificant (though there is nothing much to entertain besides these 3).

And finally, one can’t help applauding the near perfect storyline, which leaves very few questions unanswered and justifies the whole story impressively. Krrish 3 is definitely a tremendous leap ahead for Indian cinema and its sensibility.

Hats off to Rakesh Roshan for living up to our expectations and raising the bar real high. We look forward to more from the Krrish Franchise.


It’s truly a movie which you must see to witness something really unique along with getting thoroughly entertained… But do watch this movie in theaters only. Its real experience comes on big screen only.

Click here to read more movie reviews.

An IT professional with a keen interest in Observing things ranging from human behavior, emotions, creativity and anything that makes me think. Crazy about exploring knowledge through reading, observations and above all argumenting. Creative aspects include writing poems, short scripts, movie reviews, painting. Writes firstly for himself and Nothing provides more satisfaction than getting a weird situation and weave a story/poem around it. A great admirer of Gulzar and Kishore Kumar.
All Posts of Aditya Bhushan Mahajan

Hope you enjoyed reading...

... we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading and supporting our creative, informative and analytical posts than ever before. And yes, we are firmly set on the path we chose when we started... our twin magazines Learning and Creativity and Silhouette Magazine (LnC-Silhouette) will be accessible to all, across the world.

We are editorially independent, not funded, supported or influenced by investors or agencies. We try to keep our content easily readable in an undisturbed interface, not swamped by advertisements and pop-ups. Our mission is to provide a platform you can call your own creative outlet and everyone from renowned authors and critics to budding bloggers, artists, teen writers and kids love to build their own space here and share with the world.

When readers like you contribute, big or small, it goes directly into funding our initiative. Your support helps us to keep striving towards making our content better. And yes, we need to build on this year after year. Support LnC-Silhouette with a little amount - and it only takes a minute. Thank you

Support LnC-Silhouette

101 Years of Cinema
Creative Writing

Got a poem, story, musing or painting you would like to share with the world? Send your creative writings and expressions to

Learning and Creativity publishes articles, stories, poems, reviews, and other literary works, artworks, photographs and other publishable material contributed by writers, artists and photographers as a friendly gesture. The opinions shared by the writers, artists and photographers are their personal opinion and does not reflect the opinion of Learning and Creativity- emagazine. Images used in the posts (not including those from Learning and Creativity's own photo archives) have been procured from the contributors themselves, public forums, social networking sites, publicity releases, free photo sites such as Pixabay, Pexels, Morguefile, etc and Wikimedia Creative Commons. Please inform us if any of the images used here are copyrighted, we will pull those images down.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Today’s Motivation

<div class=at-above-post addthis_tool data-url=></div>Take care of children with sensibility and raise them with love and affection because they are our future generation who will take care of the country tomorrow.<!-- AddThis Advanced Settings above via filter on get_the_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings below via filter on get_the_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings generic via filter on get_the_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Share Buttons above via filter on get_the_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Share Buttons below via filter on get_the_excerpt --><div class=at-below-post addthis_tool data-url=></div><!-- AddThis Share Buttons generic via filter on get_the_excerpt -->
Take care of children with sensibility and raise them with love and affection because they are our future generation who will take care of the country tomorrow.