Mr. India Reviews

  • Jun 01, 2015

    A time immemorial movie a magnum opus of a movie with the best of science fiction and comedy and emotions and drama and action of course plus Anil Kapoor and Sridevi and the evergreen mugambo "mugambo khush hua"

    A time immemorial movie a magnum opus of a movie with the best of science fiction and comedy and emotions and drama and action of course plus Anil Kapoor and Sridevi and the evergreen mugambo "mugambo khush hua"

  • Aug 16, 2013

    Went bk 2 the 80s not seen this since I was kid lol Really enjoyed the film it's a classic n has everything frm comedy action etc u go thru emotions throughout the film..

    Went bk 2 the 80s not seen this since I was kid lol Really enjoyed the film it's a classic n has everything frm comedy action etc u go thru emotions throughout the film..

  • Jul 28, 2013

    Mr. India a Cult Classic ! It is one of the best Indian sci-fi movies ever to be made.

    Mr. India a Cult Classic ! It is one of the best Indian sci-fi movies ever to be made.

  • Apr 07, 2013

    Calendar, khana tho!

    Calendar, khana tho!

  • Mar 07, 2013

    This film is a classic!

    This film is a classic!

  • Jan 05, 2013

    a truely innovative indian movie i seen in a long while

    a truely innovative indian movie i seen in a long while

  • Jun 27, 2012

    This movie brings back some good old memories. :')

    This movie brings back some good old memories. :')

  • Jun 30, 2011

    India's first sci-fi. And the finest, perhaps. Fantastic movie with all most everything perfect.

    India's first sci-fi. And the finest, perhaps. Fantastic movie with all most everything perfect.

  • May 14, 2011

    Mr. India is a very fun and very silly Bollywood drama/action/adventure/comedy/musical. Anil Kapoor is a fine comedic actor, and although much of the film is comical, the drama doesn't feel out of place. Sridevi is the beautiful newspaper reporter love interest, Amrish Puri is the cartoonishly over-the-top villain, and plenty of cute children not only give Kapoor a reason to defend India, but help him, and without being incredibly annoying! The songs are great, the action is fun, and the premise is crazy enough to work.

    Mr. India is a very fun and very silly Bollywood drama/action/adventure/comedy/musical. Anil Kapoor is a fine comedic actor, and although much of the film is comical, the drama doesn't feel out of place. Sridevi is the beautiful newspaper reporter love interest, Amrish Puri is the cartoonishly over-the-top villain, and plenty of cute children not only give Kapoor a reason to defend India, but help him, and without being incredibly annoying! The songs are great, the action is fun, and the premise is crazy enough to work.

  • Nov 25, 2010

    I don't remember how old I was when I first watched this movie, but since the very first time, it has stayed etched in my mind. This movie is one of the masterpieces of Bollywood, a movie that gave us a superhero and was well ahead of its times. Whether it is an original idea or not I am not aware, but it sure did serve the imaginations of the entire country. Even after 23 years of its release, it makes me sit up and watch it all over again. A movie that gave us more than one character and scene to remember, Mr. India, DAAGA, TEJA, KAARGA, HAWA HAWAI, that small girl TINA, CALENDAR, GAITONDE (the editor) and above all MOGAMBO. The movie has all the ingredients of a masala hit and the standards of a good movie also. Well, in terms of technology of that time, it might not have the strength to match Hollywood movies (it was around this time that Terminator was released) but with whatever was available, it did a decent job. The story was set in a time, when the country was going through troubles like black marketing, adulteration, unemployment and external enemies. The common man must have been, in some state of mind, looking for a super hero of some kind to relieve him of all the troubles. Mr. India touched that nerve. It was a well executed movie. No wonder that Shekhar Kapoor gained a reputation of being one of the finest directors even though he has made only a handful of movies. If I am to pick up one single frame or dialogue as favourite, I can't. There are so many of them, whether it be the medley sung by the kids to get their football back, Sridevi's entry, Mogambo's every scene, his maniacal laughter, the Charlie chaplin scene (sridevi is one of the very few actresses capable of comedy scenes without being slapstick), the scene when Mr. INDIA goes to see GAITONDE the CRIMES OF INDIA editor, the INDIAN GOD MARTA BHI HAI scene (with our favourite GORA villain BOB CHRISTO) and...... the list is long. Shekhar Kapoor picked up a very fine story (Salim Javed), equipped it with fine performance by it's cast, a very suitable background score that enhanced the effect of it's scenes and gave us Mr. INDIA as we saw. His ability is evident in every single detail shown. He picked up and executed an idea which, I guess, most directors are scared to even think of. No matter how much ever I try, I will never have enough words and space and time to express what I think about this movie. Probably, most people would have same sentiments about it. Almost everyone must have cursed MOGAMBO when he gives the order to throw the kids into that molten LAVA and almost everyone must have wished that TINA hadn't touched that TEDDY BEAR bomb.

    I don't remember how old I was when I first watched this movie, but since the very first time, it has stayed etched in my mind. This movie is one of the masterpieces of Bollywood, a movie that gave us a superhero and was well ahead of its times. Whether it is an original idea or not I am not aware, but it sure did serve the imaginations of the entire country. Even after 23 years of its release, it makes me sit up and watch it all over again. A movie that gave us more than one character and scene to remember, Mr. India, DAAGA, TEJA, KAARGA, HAWA HAWAI, that small girl TINA, CALENDAR, GAITONDE (the editor) and above all MOGAMBO. The movie has all the ingredients of a masala hit and the standards of a good movie also. Well, in terms of technology of that time, it might not have the strength to match Hollywood movies (it was around this time that Terminator was released) but with whatever was available, it did a decent job. The story was set in a time, when the country was going through troubles like black marketing, adulteration, unemployment and external enemies. The common man must have been, in some state of mind, looking for a super hero of some kind to relieve him of all the troubles. Mr. India touched that nerve. It was a well executed movie. No wonder that Shekhar Kapoor gained a reputation of being one of the finest directors even though he has made only a handful of movies. If I am to pick up one single frame or dialogue as favourite, I can't. There are so many of them, whether it be the medley sung by the kids to get their football back, Sridevi's entry, Mogambo's every scene, his maniacal laughter, the Charlie chaplin scene (sridevi is one of the very few actresses capable of comedy scenes without being slapstick), the scene when Mr. INDIA goes to see GAITONDE the CRIMES OF INDIA editor, the INDIAN GOD MARTA BHI HAI scene (with our favourite GORA villain BOB CHRISTO) and...... the list is long. Shekhar Kapoor picked up a very fine story (Salim Javed), equipped it with fine performance by it's cast, a very suitable background score that enhanced the effect of it's scenes and gave us Mr. INDIA as we saw. His ability is evident in every single detail shown. He picked up and executed an idea which, I guess, most directors are scared to even think of. No matter how much ever I try, I will never have enough words and space and time to express what I think about this movie. Probably, most people would have same sentiments about it. Almost everyone must have cursed MOGAMBO when he gives the order to throw the kids into that molten LAVA and almost everyone must have wished that TINA hadn't touched that TEDDY BEAR bomb.