RoboCop and Catwoman are trashing the city in the Krrish 3 trailer

Here it is, the trailer for one of the year's most anticipated superhero films: Krrish 3. The famous Bollywood franchise has boosted the visual effects, allowing for wholesale destruction, mid-air fights, and huge energy pulses. And skin-tight jumpsuits aplenty. Will this give Man of Steel a run for its money? »8/05/13 7:32pm8/05/13 7:32pm

Watch the awesomely bad 1987 Hindi Superman film in its singing, dancing, flying entirety

If you're looking for a feature-length Superman film that is a far, far cry from Zack Snyder's vision, clear a couple of hours for B. Gupta's notorious 1987 Superman. Puneet Issar fights for truth, justice, and the Indian way amidst musical numbers, evil real estate moguls, and pilfered special effects. »2/10/13 3:00pm2/10/13 3:00pm

Should Bollywood director Vikram Bhaat be your new cult icon?

Director/producer Vikram Bhaat just signed a deal to produce five new films that will "push the boundaries of the science fiction, thriller and horror genres." He's directing two of them himself, including a science fiction action movie and one that's described a his "most ambitious project." Time to get excited yet? »11/22/12 2:06pm11/22/12 2:06pm

The Most Thrilling Bollywood Superhero Training Montage You've Ever Seen

Disney got into superheroes in a big way when it bought Marvel — but Disney also brought us the fantastic Zokkomon, a Disney Bollywood movie. Check out this awesome superhero training montage, complete with 1980s Kenny Loggins-esque rock song about how nothing's impossible if you know how. Awesome "spinning inside… »6/20/12 9:30pm6/20/12 9:30pm

Bollywood superhero flick Ra.One is like Tron with dance numbers and crotch punches

Well, that's not entirely true. Calling the new 3D Hindi superhero flick Ra.One the Bollywood Tron or Iron Man would be a bit of a misnomer. The most apt parallel for Ra.One would be Automan, that swiftly cancelled 1983 cop show about a crime-fighting hologram. And like Automan, Ra.One is shitstorm preposterous in all… »11/01/11 5:30pm11/01/11 5:30pm

The movie version of Ian McDonald's futuristic Bollywood epic is "on the fast track"

Ian McDonald's River of Gods imagines a future, high-tech version of India — so it's not surprising that Indian movie-makers are interested in putting it on film. Jai Khanna, an executive with Los Angeles production company Brillstein Partners, tells Bollyspice that a River of Gods movie is "on the fast track."… »2/15/11 3:03pm2/15/11 3:03pm