Mary Poppins Returns
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Enjoyable, daffily improbable escapist romp further expands Bollywood's pop genre repertoire.
A young man with superhuman powers doubles as Krrish, a masked hero, in a Bollywood sequel that blends carefree romance, show-stopping action and sci-fi.
Hearty pulp cinema that really sticks to your ribs.
Succeeds mainly because of its hell-for-leather exuberance.
It's a minor joy to see a film so ingenuous as this, plainly wearing its corporate sponsorship on its sleeve.
Bollywood through and through, but a noble and innovative attempt at a typically alien genre.
Hrithik has the right mix of brawn and emotional vulnerability to pull off the masked marvel convincingly.
Here's a great follow-up to Koi...Mil Gaya (I Found Someone). It follows the Mehra family several years after, in which Sonia is now raising her grandson, Krishna (the son of Rohit and Nisha) all alone. Krishna has inherited his father's supernatural powers, and Sonia decides to hide that from the world so she takes him away to a remote location. It is there that Krishna meets Priya, a young woman on vacation with an outdoor adventure group. He saves her life, and begins to fall in love with her. He follows her to Singapore, and it is there that he dscovers his own truth. Great cast- Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Rekha, and Naseeruddin Shah. Definitely worth seeing.
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