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Krrish Der Sternenheld

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Krrish ist ein Bollywoodfilm aus dem Jahr Er bildet die Fortsetzung zu dem Film Koi Mil Gaya. Der Film wurde ab dem 2. Juli in einigen wenigen deutschen Kinos gezeigt. Krrish (Alternativtitel: Krrish, der Sternenheld) ist ein Bollywoodfilm aus dem Jahr Er bildet die Fortsetzung zu dem Film Koi Mil Gaya. Der Film wurde ab. Krrish, der Sternenheld: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. Titel: Krrish - Der Sternenheld / ein Film von Rakesh Roshan ; Musik: Rajesh Roshan ; Darstellë Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Rekha, Naseeruddin Shah. Krrishna wurde mit übernatürlichen Kräften geboren - ein Vermächtnis seines Vaters Rohit Mehra, der seinerseits als Jugendlicher in Kontakt mit einem. Produktinformationen zu „Krrish - Der Sternenheld (DVD)“. Krrishna (Hrithik Roshan) wurde mit übernatürlichen Kräften geboren - ein Vermächtnis seines Vaters. hugadog.eu - Kaufen Sie Krrish günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen.

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It's cheesy, ridiculous, shameless, and I love it. Hrithik Roshan is charming as always. He is legitimately a great actor, one of the best dancers you'll ever see, does many of his own stunts, and always seems to be having fun in his performances.

Krrish is no exception. The movie is well shot and often beautiful to look at particularly, the first half. The presentation on this DVD is strong. I wish it had an HD blu-ray release, as it visually deserves it, but this looks about as solid as any DVD can.

I like this movie quite a lot. It's really not that "good. If you are not expecting high art or anything original, I highly recommend this and any of the movies in the series.

The biggest spoiler is that the title character in this film, Krishna, is the son of Rohit, the hero of "Koi Mil Gaya.

While "Krrish" is the next chapter in the story, these are two very different films. Although Hrithik Roshan plays both heroes, Krishna and Rohit are only similar in the sense that they're very good human beings.

Krishna, is sheltered, but supremely self-confident, he's completely comfortable in his own skin, and extremely adaptable.

I don't think there's an awkward bone in his body. All qualities that Rohit doesn't have for various reasons. So twenty-odd years after "Koi Mil Gaya" we see Mrs.

Mehra has relocated into an unnamed but must be the most beautiful part of India and the entire planet in an effort to shield her grandson from the world.

Petrified that the gifts the young man inherited from his father would be exploited and put him in grave peril, she emphatically forbids Krishna from behaving in any way that is not "ordinary" or "normal.

Who makes no secret of the fact that her restrictions and the isolation stifles him. He's chafing at the bit so the arrival of a girl is really only the straw that breaks the camel's back.

Once romance comes into play, all bets are off! Without getting into too much detail the guy with some major Shakti powers quite inadvertently becomes a superhero!

It made Keanu Reeves a stud, not that he isn't totally dishy without it so why not invoke the magic of a black leather trench coat if you have it?

I never leave the house without mine from September to early December! Besides it's the most versatile, Non-costume ever created for a Superhero, it's reversible!

Besides, I can't be the only person on the planet sick of spandex right? The fact that Krishna does become Krrish, is yet another reason that you can't compare the two movies.

Rohit, never became a Superhero in the same sense. But part three gets released Nov. But there's a lot more going on then just becoming a superhero for Krishna, there are adorable friends to be made, a city to explore, and a girl to woo.

He's a busy guy. The girl is Priya, played by Priyanka Chopra. I'll be blunt, she doesn't deserve him! BUT Krishna is stubborn, and he's one of those people who will forgive someone they truly love just about anything.

Still, it really was satisfying that he didn't act like a complete doormat when it came to her nonsense! All I can say is that if Priya hasn't grown up in part three, I'm rooting for the bad girl!

Boy it's terribly hard avoiding spoilers for this one, but I'm trying. Naturally, in every superhero film there needs to be an Ultimate Bad Guy, and a threat against humanity, and there is one of each.

But interestingly enough neither is the main thrust of the narrative here. I don't mean that it isn't incorporated well, it's perfectly acceptable, but I personally wasn't invested in either.

Maybe it's because the threat to humanity, was a little more than my sense of the ridiculous could appreciate. BUT don't let that put you off, like I said, it's incidental to the actual tale.

The story is about Krishna, entering into the world, and the discoveries he makes about himself, and his family. Okay, like always the technical stuff Production and Direction, it's amazing what a difference two years can make.

As I mentioned in my review for "Koi On the whole the efforts paid off, especially in the first half of the movie, where Mr. Hrithik Roshan looks as if he's been leaping through treetops since birth.

The first major fight scene in the second half is also very, very, well done. Unfortunately, Mr. He had to go and guild the lily. I think it was a moment of "look at all these cool toys and what we can DO!

As Krrish goes on an Avenging Angel spree, the special effect hinder rather than help. Thank God, Hrithik Roshan has those magnetic eyes that fill with emotion because they pull you back into the scene and keep you there.

Still, I say kudos to Mr. The sci-fi and fantasy genres are big risks in Indian cinema from a popular and business standpoint. Sharuhk Khan, one of the very biggest and most popular entertainers in Hindi films of all time tried it, and let's just say the results were not exactly what he hoped for, I still need to see RA-ONE until then I have no personal opinion did he use A LOT of elements from popular films from around the world?

Mil Gaya" a copy of ET, I wouldn't call this movie a copy of any of the other films it uses as a template. As a whole it's unique unto itself, reflecting the values of the people who made it, and the culture they live in.

Aesthetics, Okay I like to imagine that when Mr. Roshan might have said, "You know dad, maybe the wardrobe could be a little more streamlined.

I realize in "Koi Mil Gaya" they tried to downplay Mr. I still don't know what the thinking was there. You can't make the man look bad, that's just not possible, but at least there are no snake skin shirts.

Krishna might be blissfully unaware he's a stud, but at least he dresses like it's and not ! Still, I like his village clothes best.

They reflect who he is. Priyanka Chopra is not the kind of girl who'd be caught DEAD in any dated wardrobe, and she even got killer shoes the minx!

Zinta deserved better! As for the sets I adore Krishna's house, it might be my new dream house!

Most of the movie is shot outdoors, and of course outdoor cinematography in Hindi films is second-to-none in my experience. John Ford would be jealous at the vistas they have to work with.

Singapore, is also shot to her best advantage. As for the Villain's lair, okay I admit it, it's very 90's Star Trek, but as a major Trekkie I'm not going to hate on it.

Warm and fuzzy childhood memories you know. I'd give it a good solid A. Performances, I'm getting point where even I am sick of praising Hrithik Roshan.

I swear the man creeps me out! When I watch "Koi Seriously folks, this is the level of talent the man has! Could some of the movies be better?

But he himself is never BAD. He hurt himself filming "Koi Mil Gaya" he hurt himself twice during this one, and he dang near got killed when a wire broke.

He's hurt himself a few times doing part three too! If I were his mom I'd raise a ruckus with both Father and Son! Rekha, If possible I think she's even more effective here then in "Koi Mil Gaya" there are moments when I ache so badly with her that I feel like my heart's being shredded.

I hope she's in part three they're keeping quiet about it. If she isn't they'll be a huge hole in the fabric of the story.

She's vital. I'm fast becoming a Rekha fan of epic proportions. Okay, I have to do it, Priyanka Chopra She might be my biggest Bollywood disappointment.

But somehow after watching her evolve she's become so mechanical, and gives off this "I'm a star" vibe that just irritates me to no end! I hate it when I can tell an actor is acting!

I don't know what happened to her, but I miss the fresh-faced, genuine Miss Chopra. Interestingly enough, Aishwarya Rai was offered the lead in both "Koi Mil Gaya" and here in Krrish, scheduling conflicts wrecked both.

If she'd done "Koi Mil Gaya" well, I can't say much without spoiling but suffice it to say, I would've hated this movie. If she'd done this movie, then her pregnancy would've forced her to be written out of part three, which would have made me sad.

So here's hoping she'll sign a project with Mr. Roshan in the near future. Quite honestly, while watching this movie I kept longing for Deepika Padukone to play Priya, I really think she would have been perfect.

Naseeruddin Shah, A terrific actor who gave a half-hearted performance. Here it's like he decided, "oh I'm a cartoon villain, I'll just talk.

A little professional integrity would have been nice! Then again, from some of the interviews I've read he seems to be a little snobbish.

My only issue with that is, why take the part at all? I might not be keen on Miss Chopra, but this is the one thing that I'll say is a true blemish on a very good film.

Parents take note, this movie is more violent than "Koi Mil Gaya" I wouldn't watch it with a child under 8, and there are scary moments that can disturb particularly sensitive children.

I strongly, strongly, recommend watching it first and then deciding based on your children's individual needs. Maybe some of your younger children are able to process such things, maybe some older children cannot.

But do use sound judgment. Since then I was intrigued by Indian cinema, but never found the patience nor the time to sit through the standard fare of at least 2.

Krrish is a sequel to the blockbuster Koi Mil Gaya, also directed by Rakesh Roshan, but no worries if you haven't seen the first movie - you'll be brought up to speed in no time, and Krrish will also work if it stood alone.

First off, it's a superhero movie combined with science fiction, so that was a plus point to have this movie reintroduce me to Bollywood once again.

And it worked. With romance, action, and some comedy thrown into the mix, what can one ask for more for pure entertainment?

Those not familiar with Bollywood movies might balk at the length of Krrish - almost 5 minutes shy of 3 hours, which is quite standard runtime fare there is a clearly marked "interval" in the movie, but it was not utilized here.

But I tell you that you won't feel its length, and will actually secretly hope that it continues some more. The first hour dwelled on the introduction of our hero Krishna Hrithik Roshan , a man born with extraordinary powers, whose grandmother Sonia took upon herself to shield him from a world awaiting to exploit his talent, if discovered.

It's like a visit to the Kent farm, except that the whole grandmother- son relationship looked more at home vis-a-vis Spiderman's Aunt May and Peter Parker.

When Krishna meets Priya the gorgeous Priyanka Chopra, Miss World by chance during her adventure holiday camp, and he becomes smitten with her, moving the movie towards a romance.

She's the quintessential Singapore modern career girl, who puts career or trying to salvage it before love, and therein complicates matters of the heart when we get to the boy-momentarily-loses-girl bit.

Plenty of drama in this area, though it doesn't dwell too long on it, increasing the pace for the action bits.

Those eager to see Krrish, the superhero, will have to wait almost 2 hours before he makes an appearance in full costume. He's like Jet Li's cousin Black Mask with the black outfit and abilities, but with a better looking facial piece to disguise his identity.

But with or without costume, we see Krishna's prowess through various stunt and fight choreography enhanced by wirework from one of Hong Kong's stunt masters, Chen Siu-Tung, especially in his "qing gong" abilities to glide effortlessly through the air like Chinese martial artists.

There's also a showpiece for Hrithik to demonstrate the kung-fu skills picked up, and the fights, if compared with other Bollywood movies, have toned down its cheesy sound effects and credibility issues because of its premise if a superhero punches you, you'll definitely fly what.

And what's a Bollywood flick without song and dance? Yes, our hero sings and dances when romancing his love, from the mountains in India to the skyscrapers in Singapore, but he doesn't do so as his alter-ego Krrish yup, just let the superhero stick to kicking serious rear.

There are 5 beautiful songs in Krrish, and save for the one in the circus, the rest did not involve mass dancing by extras, which kept the focus purely on the leads.

And the dance choreography was pretty amazing too, though I was surprised that Hrithik Roshan, given his muscular bulk, could dance so gracefully.

Oh, did I mention Priyanka Chopra is gorgeous? While the romance and action bit were interesting, the science fiction bit was unfortunately found wanting.

Not that it was bad, but because it was too familiar. Adapting the same plot as Philip K Dick's Paycheck, the sets, premise and plot device looked exactly the same as John Woo's Paycheck movie - we have the evil Dr Arya Naseeruddin Shah building a supercomputer which can look into the future, and therefore becoming God himself.

The evil lair too looked like Woo's underground lair in M:I2, complete with pigeons no doves in Singapore.

For those who want to know more about the local landmarks used - Singapore Expo was used quite a bit, since it's large enough to be filmed at different areas passing off as different venues, even doubling up as Changi Airport's arrival hall entrance with smart editing.

There are many scenes with glass windows, which will clue you in on the location of the current setting. Krrish reminded me that cinema is about the big spectacle, and I encourage anyone who's into song, dance, and especially those interested in seeing local landmarks make their way into movies, to give Krrish a shot.

It made Singapore look sexy, and probably showed us a different angle in making an action movie here. While awaiting the arrival of Singer's Man of Steel, watch Krrish!

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It's a sequel to Koi The third in the trilogy, Krrish 3, is a ripoff of X-Men and a few other things, but most that.

I use the word "ripoff" with love. Bollywood seems to do this quite a bit, especially with their action movies. It's cheesy, ridiculous, shameless, and I love it.

Hrithik Roshan is charming as always. He is legitimately a great actor, one of the best dancers you'll ever see, does many of his own stunts, and always seems to be having fun in his performances.

Krrish is no exception. The movie is well shot and often beautiful to look at particularly, the first half.

The presentation on this DVD is strong. I wish it had an HD blu-ray release, as it visually deserves it, but this looks about as solid as any DVD can.

I like this movie quite a lot. It's really not that "good. If you are not expecting high art or anything original, I highly recommend this and any of the movies in the series.

The biggest spoiler is that the title character in this film, Krishna, is the son of Rohit, the hero of "Koi Mil Gaya. While "Krrish" is the next chapter in the story, these are two very different films.

Although Hrithik Roshan plays both heroes, Krishna and Rohit are only similar in the sense that they're very good human beings.

Krishna, is sheltered, but supremely self-confident, he's completely comfortable in his own skin, and extremely adaptable. I don't think there's an awkward bone in his body.

All qualities that Rohit doesn't have for various reasons. So twenty-odd years after "Koi Mil Gaya" we see Mrs. Mehra has relocated into an unnamed but must be the most beautiful part of India and the entire planet in an effort to shield her grandson from the world.

Petrified that the gifts the young man inherited from his father would be exploited and put him in grave peril, she emphatically forbids Krishna from behaving in any way that is not "ordinary" or "normal.

Who makes no secret of the fact that her restrictions and the isolation stifles him. He's chafing at the bit so the arrival of a girl is really only the straw that breaks the camel's back.

Once romance comes into play, all bets are off! Without getting into too much detail the guy with some major Shakti powers quite inadvertently becomes a superhero!

It made Keanu Reeves a stud, not that he isn't totally dishy without it so why not invoke the magic of a black leather trench coat if you have it?

I never leave the house without mine from September to early December! Besides it's the most versatile, Non-costume ever created for a Superhero, it's reversible!

Besides, I can't be the only person on the planet sick of spandex right? The fact that Krishna does become Krrish, is yet another reason that you can't compare the two movies.

Rohit, never became a Superhero in the same sense. But part three gets released Nov. But there's a lot more going on then just becoming a superhero for Krishna, there are adorable friends to be made, a city to explore, and a girl to woo.

He's a busy guy. The girl is Priya, played by Priyanka Chopra. I'll be blunt, she doesn't deserve him! BUT Krishna is stubborn, and he's one of those people who will forgive someone they truly love just about anything.

Still, it really was satisfying that he didn't act like a complete doormat when it came to her nonsense! All I can say is that if Priya hasn't grown up in part three, I'm rooting for the bad girl!

Boy it's terribly hard avoiding spoilers for this one, but I'm trying. Naturally, in every superhero film there needs to be an Ultimate Bad Guy, and a threat against humanity, and there is one of each.

But interestingly enough neither is the main thrust of the narrative here. I don't mean that it isn't incorporated well, it's perfectly acceptable, but I personally wasn't invested in either.

Maybe it's because the threat to humanity, was a little more than my sense of the ridiculous could appreciate. BUT don't let that put you off, like I said, it's incidental to the actual tale.

The story is about Krishna, entering into the world, and the discoveries he makes about himself, and his family. Okay, like always the technical stuff Production and Direction, it's amazing what a difference two years can make.

As I mentioned in my review for "Koi On the whole the efforts paid off, especially in the first half of the movie, where Mr.

Hrithik Roshan looks as if he's been leaping through treetops since birth. The first major fight scene in the second half is also very, very, well done.

Unfortunately, Mr. He had to go and guild the lily. I think it was a moment of "look at all these cool toys and what we can DO!

As Krrish goes on an Avenging Angel spree, the special effect hinder rather than help. Thank God, Hrithik Roshan has those magnetic eyes that fill with emotion because they pull you back into the scene and keep you there.

Still, I say kudos to Mr. The sci-fi and fantasy genres are big risks in Indian cinema from a popular and business standpoint.

Sharuhk Khan, one of the very biggest and most popular entertainers in Hindi films of all time tried it, and let's just say the results were not exactly what he hoped for, I still need to see RA-ONE until then I have no personal opinion did he use A LOT of elements from popular films from around the world?

Mil Gaya" a copy of ET, I wouldn't call this movie a copy of any of the other films it uses as a template.

As a whole it's unique unto itself, reflecting the values of the people who made it, and the culture they live in.

Aesthetics, Okay I like to imagine that when Mr. Roshan might have said, "You know dad, maybe the wardrobe could be a little more streamlined.

I realize in "Koi Mil Gaya" they tried to downplay Mr. I still don't know what the thinking was there. You can't make the man look bad, that's just not possible, but at least there are no snake skin shirts.

Krishna might be blissfully unaware he's a stud, but at least he dresses like it's and not ! Still, I like his village clothes best.

They reflect who he is. Priyanka Chopra is not the kind of girl who'd be caught DEAD in any dated wardrobe, and she even got killer shoes the minx!

Zinta deserved better! As for the sets I adore Krishna's house, it might be my new dream house! Most of the movie is shot outdoors, and of course outdoor cinematography in Hindi films is second-to-none in my experience.

John Ford would be jealous at the vistas they have to work with. Singapore, is also shot to her best advantage.

As for the Villain's lair, okay I admit it, it's very 90's Star Trek, but as a major Trekkie I'm not going to hate on it.

Warm and fuzzy childhood memories you know. I'd give it a good solid A. Performances, I'm getting point where even I am sick of praising Hrithik Roshan.

I swear the man creeps me out! When I watch "Koi Seriously folks, this is the level of talent the man has! Could some of the movies be better?

But he himself is never BAD. He hurt himself filming "Koi Mil Gaya" he hurt himself twice during this one, and he dang near got killed when a wire broke.

He's hurt himself a few times doing part three too! If I were his mom I'd raise a ruckus with both Father and Son!

Rekha, If possible I think she's even more effective here then in "Koi Mil Gaya" there are moments when I ache so badly with her that I feel like my heart's being shredded.

I hope she's in part three they're keeping quiet about it. If she isn't they'll be a huge hole in the fabric of the story.

She's vital. I'm fast becoming a Rekha fan of epic proportions. Okay, I have to do it, Priyanka Chopra She might be my biggest Bollywood disappointment.

But somehow after watching her evolve she's become so mechanical, and gives off this "I'm a star" vibe that just irritates me to no end!

I hate it when I can tell an actor is acting! I don't know what happened to her, but I miss the fresh-faced, genuine Miss Chopra. Interestingly enough, Aishwarya Rai was offered the lead in both "Koi Mil Gaya" and here in Krrish, scheduling conflicts wrecked both.

If she'd done "Koi Mil Gaya" well, I can't say much without spoiling but suffice it to say, I would've hated this movie.

If she'd done this movie, then her pregnancy would've forced her to be written out of part three, which would have made me sad. So here's hoping she'll sign a project with Mr.

Roshan in the near future. Quite honestly, while watching this movie I kept longing for Deepika Padukone to play Priya, I really think she would have been perfect.

Naseeruddin Shah, A terrific actor who gave a half-hearted performance. Here it's like he decided, "oh I'm a cartoon villain, I'll just talk.

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Quotes Krishna : Actually those fish knew me, they stood by me. Priya : But you're not standing by me! Krishna : I've come to stand by you for life, Priya.

Priya : For life? When my mother asks you what you do? What will you say? Krishna : I'll tell her what I do, Love you.

Priya : And Krishna : I'll fulfill all your wishes, look after you. Priya : And? Krishna : I'll never let a smile leave your face.

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    Sie sind nicht recht. Es ich kann beweisen. Schreiben Sie mir in PM, wir werden umgehen.

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  • 16.05.2020 um 02:52
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    . Selten. Man kann sagen, diese Ausnahme:) aus den Regeln

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  • 16.05.2020 um 23:01
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    Welche ausgezeichnete Gesprächspartner:)

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