I believe that "Krrish 3: The Game" or "Krrish 3: Only for Kids" could've been a legitimate title for the movie. Like seriously! Do we actually look that dumb to the film maker? Accepting every jest they present on screen.
Things are exultant and ecstatic between Rohit Mehra, Krishna and his wife Priya. Indeed, Krishna (Krrish) spends his half time, saving the citizens of Mumbai who were in deep trouble (like a kid who's been struck on telephone wires).
Meanwhile, the vigorous and the crippled badass Kaal prepares a dreadful virus and an antidote with his DNA and makes it go viral in few regions. In a ghastly situation where the government is in need for some kinda help, Kaal releases the antidote and makes loads of money. When he implements this whole thing on India, Dr. Rohit Mehra prepares a whole new antidote with his son's (Krrish) DNA, which actually works. How did things relate to Krrish and Kaal's DNA? How did they confront each other? Enlightens the other part of the movie.
The plot of the movie is nothing fresh and overwhelming, we've seen same kinda narrative dealt in the tamil movie 7aam Arivu which was far more creative and intelligent. The screenplay by Rakesh Roshan and his crew was extremely lazy and uncreative, which could've worked more effectively on a comic-book. The bland and cheesy situations and sequences were predictable all the time, and I didn't really bother about the drama or the twists which are crammed upon.
Based on a superhero content, the CGI was overly used in the movie which was especially awful, except for few remarkable shots everything looked soo unrealistic and impracticable. Neither the action sequences are not well choreographed, the dull and puny punches didn't add the aggression to any scene. And moreover, we've already seen much improved action sequences in many films which I don't wanna compare.
Rakesh Roshan's directorial vision was flat and outmoded. The humour didn't really mix up with the action sequences. Even with a tedious plot he could've done a fair justice to the technical part of the movie, but he didn't reach up to the expected elevations.
As a saving factor, Hritik Roshan's performance in the movie was astounding, besides the dreary storyline, he added an extra bit of life to his characters which is appreciable.
Pointing out the characters in the movie, I didn't really understand the presence of the awful looking mutants, they are extremely under developed and despite the fact in their little screen presence, they didn't smack the punch. And things were usual with the character's body suits too, Kaal's iron plated body suit was terrible to look at, considering him as a villain of the movie, they could've shown him in a better way, but too late!
To conclude, Krrish 3 is an unbearable cinematic experience which didn't really stand up to any expectations or levels. It's poor and deficient and may enthuse to people who don't really plead for any kinda logic. It's not even worth a rental, but if you're absolutely excited, go watch it once for your own happiness.
My Rating - 1.5/5
Grade - D+ (Hangover)
-By Surya Komal aka KM