Mr. India (1987)

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A poor but big-hearted man takes orphans into his home. After discovering his scientist father's invisibility device, he rises to the occasion and fights to save his children and all of India from the clutches of a megalomaniac.

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  • Sridevi in Mr. India (1987)
  • Sridevi in Mr. India (1987)
  • Sridevi in Mr. India (1987)
  • Sridevi in Mr. India (1987)
  • Sridevi in Mr. India (1987)
  • Sridevi and Anil Kapoor in Mr. India (1987)

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11 October 2006 | Pratik112
10
| Excellent
"Mugambo Kush Hua (Mugambo is pleased," is the famous line that was repeated several times by the late Amrish Puri in this 1980's classic movie. The movie stars Anil Kapoor as "Mr India," who can turn invisible when he needs to fight against the villain, Mugambo, but has to be very careful of "red light" at all times, Sri Devi as journalist who believes that Mr India exists and tries to find him, Satish Kaushik, as Anil Kapoor's friend "Calendar," who helps him to look after a bunch of orphaned children, one of which is none other than Aftab Shivdasani, now a Bollywood heartthrob. The movie itself is a science fiction, which was first for its type from Bollywood and what has made it even more memorable was the special effects used by the director, Boney Kapoor. The songs and the music are also very memorable and especially: "Hum Karte Hai Pyar Mr. India Se (I Love Mr India), "Hawa Hawaii," and not to mention the seductive song by the late Kishore Kumar, "I Love You," which enabled him to receive a film fare award for the best song.

Conclusion: Excellent movie which can be enjoyed with your family. Watchout for the re - make of this movie.

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