Krrish

Synopsis: Singapore-based Dr. Siddhant Arya recruits a superhumanly powerful Indian-born man named Rohit Mehra, who was given special powers by a blue-skinned alien named Jadoo, to build a computer that can forecast the future, which results in an accident that kills Rohit. When this news reaches Rohit's mother, Sonia, in India, she passes this on to Rohit's wife, Nisha, who has just given birth to a son named Krishna. However, Nisha, unable to handle this devastating news, passes away, leaving Krishna to be brought up by Sonia. When Krishna is enrolled in school, she notices that he has the same intellectual and physical powers that his father possessed, so in order to shield him from any harm, she moves to a secluded and remote area in a mountainous region of the country, where he grows up. Years later, Krishna has matured, has acquired the same special powers that his father had, and is also able to communicate with animals. He meets with a camper named Priya and is attracted to her. When she
Director(s): Rakesh Roshan
Production: Adlabs Films
  9 wins & 12 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.4
Metacritic:
68
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
NOT RATED
Year:
2006
154 min
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What a mess!

Krishna... Krishna... Krishna...

What am I going to do with this boy?

Krishna...

Yes, grandma?

Whose sketch book is this?

Mine, grandma.

And who made these sketches?

Grandma, why do grown ups sometimes

ask childish questions?

If it's my sketch book, obviously,

I've made the sketches.

Grown ups talk like children when

children act like grown ups.

Tell me something, how did you make

such beautiful sketches?

With this.

Like I've made your

sketch right now. See?

Wow!

Let me see!

Rohit loved drawing too.

Papa made sketches too?

Yes.

When Rohit was your age and

he used to get tired studying

he used to sketch.

I want to be like my Papa too.

You are like your Papa!

Mrs. Mehra, I've called you here

to tell you that...

we want to take Krishna's I.Q. test.

I.Q. test?

But why, Father?

Krishna's absolutely normal.

No, Mrs. Mehra.

He's not normal.

What are you saying, Father?

Are you telling me...

that Krishna is the same as

Rohit was in his childhood?

No, Father.

Krishna's a very bright child.

He scores very good marks, he

always gets A-plus grades.

He even does his homework

without any help.

And that of other children too.

What?

This is the notebook of

a Class 3 student.

This is...

...Krishna's handwriting.

Yes, Krishna has done this

child's math homework.

But how's that possible, Father?

Krishna's still in Class 1.

That's exactly why we wish to

take Krishna's I.Q. test...

so that we can ascertain just how bright,

sharp and ahead he is...

of other children his age

Krishna, how do you define amount?

Principle plus interest is equal to amount, sir

After what age does the brain

of a person stop growing?

After the age of 15, Father.

What happened, Mrs. Mehra?

The I.Q. test was going so well, Krishna

was answering all questions right...

That's exactly why I brought him away.

But why?

You ought to be proud that

your grandson is so brilliant.

He's a genius, a miracle child.

Earlier it was a hunch

but now I'm sure.

The powers that Jadoo

had bestowed on Rohit...

...have been inherited by Krishna.

You will see, Mrs. Mehra.

Like his father...

...Krishna will also achieve

great success.

His name will appear in

the Guinness Book...

...and the whole world will

speak highly of him.

That's exactly what I don't want, Father.

What did Rohit gain, after all?

They gave him medals, applauded him...

but everybody only used him...

...took advantage of him, Father.

And then...

...I lost my son and my daughter-in-law.

I don't want to lose Krishna now.

I don't want to lose him.

I can understand your concern and fears.

But destiny cannot be changed.

And talent is a gift which cannot be hidden.

I will hide it.

I'll take Krishna far away...

...very far.

Krishna... Krishna...

Coming, Grandma!

Toofan, let's see who gets home first.

Hey... what did you see?

As usual, I've seen nothing and

I won't say a word to anyone.

But as usual, I'll take

something from you.

Take this!

I hide all your secrets and you

always give me jaggery?

It won't work today.

Ok, ok, come home...

I'll give you Bournvita.

Bournvita?

Yes. Don't you want to be like me?

Yes!

So go, wear something below and come.

Krishna...

You've come?

Grandma, how do you know I've come?

I make no sound at all!

I can hear your heartbeats.

But how, Grandma?

Your eyes say that you've been

up to mischief again.

Mischief? Not at all, Grandma!

No mischief? Then why're you hiding

your face like a thief?

Not hiding, just washing my face, Grandma

Ok ok... lay the breakfast.

I've come!

What happened?

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Robin Bhatt

Robin Bhatt (Hindi: रोबिन भट्ट) is known as one of the most successful writers in Bollywood. He is well known for his skills in penning screenplay. He is a half-brother of Mahesh Bhatt. He has written many films and was nominated thrice and won an award for Baazigar. His debut film as writer was Aashiqui, which proved to be a hit film. He has written many films for Bhatt Productions.Besides writing, he has also worked as an actor and an assistant. In his 20-year-long career he has written about 66 films and also acted in more than 10 Hindi Films such as Chalte Chalte, Golmaal Returns, U Me Aur Hum etc. He has worked with some of the greatest filmmakers in his career. Many of his films have gone on to become high grossers at the box office, such as Aatish, Sadak, Aashiqui and many more. He was nominated for Omkara, Koi Mil Gaya and Krrish and won an award for Baazigar for best screenplay. more…

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