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Krrish 3
The greatest battle between good and evil begins.

Krrish 3

Tamil, Telugu, Hindi
01 Nov, 2013
2 hrs 33 mins
1,689 votes
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After defeating the villainous Dr. Siddhant Arya and bringing his father Rohit back from the dead, Krrish continued fighting against evil and saving innocent lives. Now Krishna is living a happily married life with Priya while Rohit is using his scientific brilliance to benefit society.

Unknown to them, a dark force is growing in another part of the world. Kaal - an evil genius is selfishly misusing his powers to spread fear, death and destruction. And he is being assisted by an army of very dangerous beings which he has created himself. Not long after Kaal`s plans are put into action, both Rohit and Krrish find themselves faced with a crisis of epic proportions which only they can resolve together.

But when they finally cross paths with Kaal and his army, neither of them is prepared for what lies ahead. Kaal not only brings the world to the brink of disaster, he also puts the strength and love of Krishna and his family to the test. And Krrish has to somehow find the power within to face an unbeatable foe. The greatest battle between good and evil begins.
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There is a scene in `Krrish 3` where a woman with an infant in her arms rushes to claim a prize she wins in a lottery in a mall. Next moment, in some weird twist of fate and her ankle, she ends up toppling over the railing and hanging in air for life. Watching `Krrish 3` is just that kind of experience. You walk in anticipating a pleasant surprise and you end up gasping for some fresh air and some solid ground to stand on. If you are still wondering how the woman managed to get to the railing, this is just the beginning of a lazy and convenient screenplay, which is surprisingly penned by three veterans in the business - Honey Irani, Rakesh Roshan himself and Robin Bhatt. The bigger surprise is there clearly seems to be a lot of time and energy gone into this film but none of that seems translated into anything remotely sensible. ...Read full review