5 Bollywood Movies That Completely Defied Science!

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5 Bollywood Movies That Completely Defied Science!

Bollywood wasn’t a good student at science if it ever was one. At least this is how these science-defying movies portray it! Many scientists must be relieved they are dead if this is how science would have been envisioned! Here is a list of movies that, regardless of your feelings toward science, you will not be able to understand:

  1. Joker

Sonakshi Sinha with Akshay Kumar in a Still from Joker | Akshay kumar,  Sonakshi sinha, Joker wallpapers

The 2012 movie “Joker,” starring Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha, was an effort to revive interest in Paglaapur. Agastya, a NASA scientist, travels to Paglapur with his wife. Agastya fabricates reports of a fake alien invasion to draw attention to hamlet while he is developing a gadget to communicate with space aliens. A genuine invasion occurs when the aliens are discovered, and they give the locals oil as a gift!

Joker is illogical and devoid of all sense. Agastya deceives the brightest scientists about a UFO landing in their village, but one of his adversaries foils his strategy within ten seconds. Why do the armed forces remain outside the forest when the aliens are sheltering inside when they are landing to capture or kill the aliens?

Even Akshay Kumar, who has consistently given passionate performances in some of his poorest movies, seems uninterested. Sonakshi Sinha doesn’t have anything to do. Minissha Lamba has a distinctive look. The remaining characters ham on and on. The tiny settlement of Pagalpur is unnoticed when India’s map is being drawn during independence, which seems a little out of this world. All of the other villagers leave the village after the prisoners of the local mental hospital escape.

Scientist Agastya (Akshay Kumar), working in the US, is looking for evidence of extraterrestrial life while surrounded by his noisy apparatus. Agastya has a month to hope that ET or his brethren provide him evidence of their existence while all he has to show his research sponsors are static. When he learns that his father is in critical condition, he quits his job and returns to Paglapur with his lover Diva (Sonakshi Sinha).

Paglapur’s current residents are one heck of a fruit basket. Shreyas Talpade, Agastya’s brother, speaks solely in a weird tongue; Darshan Jariwala, his cross-eyed father; Vindu Dara Singh, a boisterous friend; Asrani, a teacher; and many others. Agastya learns that his father was fabricating a sickness, but he chooses to remain and assist the locals in alleviating their suffering. Since Paglapur does not appear on the Indian map, they are not a part of any state and lack access to electricity, roads, or water. Even the minister Agastya approaches for assistance and shifts the buck to the following state because the small crazy village has nothing to contribute.

Finally, Agastya devises a plan: he will make crop circles at Paglapur and claim that they were made by aliens. His scheme quickly attracts hordes of reporters and scientists to the community, and things start to look up with lots of song and dance. 

Joker is one of the shortest Bollywood major movies, clocking in at 1 hour 45 minutes. As absurd as the scenario may sound, all it takes is the addition of an item number to the equation to produce the unexpected catastrophe. Everything about it, from the concept to the plot, makes you want to laugh out loud! Science completely takes a back seat and declares, “I’m out of this!” Certainly, the aliens would take offense! And NASA would have undoubtedly banned Bollywood!

2. Taarzan The Wonder Car 

Taarzan: The Wonder Car' Might've Crashed At the Box Office But It Was An  Inventive Revenge Drama - Entertainment

To put it simply, it is the tale of a car under the influence. Even more ominous than the idea that people with unmet wishes roam like ghosts about us is the possibility of discovering one living inside your car.

As a result, Ajay Devgan chose to assume this physical shape to exact revenge on his adversaries for his loss. In the movie, Vatsal Seth’s car goes on a murderous rampage and brings the ounce of these crimes on him, leaving him in the dark. The fabled jungle hero is typically connected with the name TAARZAN. But isn’t TAARZAN THE WONDER CAR star and kalakaar a vehicle that battles, feels, and rejoices? in reality, acts much like a person?

Hollywood has produced several “killing automobile” films. Millions of fans around the world have been thrilled by movies like THE CAR, KILLER CAR, MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE, KILLDOZER, and of course, the iconic CHRISTINE [1983]. TAARZAN THE WONDER CAR, which is somewhat based on CHRISTINE, fits the revenge movie mold. The revenge-seeker in TAARZAN THE WONDER CAR, however, is a machine—a car—rather than a human.

Almost all of what a Hindi cinema hero would accomplish, including punishing the bad guys, is performed by the car. In all honesty, the work that went into creating TAARZAN THE WONDER CAR deserves praise. A true hatke food has at least been offered by someone with the guts to go against the grain!

3. Love Story 2050

Love Story 2050 (2008) | MUBI

A protracted sci-fi-fun misadventure is unbearable. When the not-so-special effects showed a still-unaltered Gateway of India’s towering skyscrapers in the New York manner. Imagine this It’s 2050. The entire planet has been turned into a screensaver. Even though there are flying cars everywhere, filmmakers still construct castles (i.e., movies) in the air. Robots have taken the place of human company and have been programmed with phony emotions in addition to artificial intelligence. Customer service representatives appear in holograms as humans, and you immediately feel the urge to call for assistance. The protagonist has red hair, but the filmmaker earns the label of being empty-headed by giving us a choice. Today’s consumer product brands continue to exist after 40 years, and possibly the same can be said about script standards that don’t appear to be improving.

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To transport Priyanka back in time, super-hero Harman Baweja battles aunties in wigs and jerks in Bruce Lee tunics. The time machine was created by a hamming Boman Irani wearing a fright wig that took wool from an entire flock of sheep.

The numerous writers’ script is a blatant example of how having too many cooks in the kitchen ruins the soup. The second half solely has sequences that were specifically designed to accommodate brand endorsements, while the first half drags on for a long time and features a terrible love story. The special effects aren’t bad, but they’re also not very noteworthy either. However, it doesn’t matter because the romance gets unnecessary center stage while the consequences are virtually completely ignored. The visual effects also bring to mind several Hollywood movies, like The Fifth Element, Total Recall, and The Star Wars trilogy. The villain’s evil motives are also obviously inspired by Krrish.

4. Action Replayy

Action Replayy (2010)

The movie, based on the same-named Gujarati drama, offers a unique storyline. The comedy scenes in the screenplay, written by Suresh Nair and Aatish Kapadia, make audiences chuckle, especially in the opening and last reels. The authors, however, haven’t taken the time to clarify how the compatibility problem of today can be resolved with a backward effect. In other words, a more thorough and straightforward explanation of the time machine’s operation was required. The viewers could also be perplexed as to how Bunty of the present day can associate with Kishan and Mala of the past. Bunty undoubtedly poses as Kishan and Mala’s friend since he couldn’t have been born before their marriage, yet the anomaly still exists.

Not only that but the earlier part of the bygone age, during which Kishan is a sissy character, is monotonous and tedious. Furthermore, it irritates me to see Kishan because of his disgusting appearance. There is a difference between being afraid and looking ugly; they might not even be related. The filmmakers may have thought that this kind of look would make him look like the frightening role he intended to play. However, as Kishan makes an effort to be brave with the help of Bunty, a buddy, the drama picks up and becomes intriguing, amusing, and enjoyable. When he turns a new leaf and Mala also adopts a more ladylike demeanor, it becomes quite funny.

The dialogues that Ritesh Shah and Aatish Kapadia have penned are superb. Several humorous sequences and exchanges demonstrate how carefully the comedy sections were written, and the results are satisfying,

However, the midsection of the movie—roughly 40 minutes before intermission and 20 minutes after intermission—is tedious.

Akshay Kumar performs admirably. It is a joy to watch him because he is so excellent in comedic scenes. The sequences where he attempts to be bold and turn over a new leaf are amazing. He merits praise for his superb performance. His “awaaz neeche” conversation is brilliant and will go viral. How one wishes the drama of the retro style hadn’t made him look so unattractive. Also excellent is Aishwarya Rai. She exudes grace in her dancing, acting, and appearance. She has a beautiful throwback style. Her conversation is delivered in a manner consistent with the role she is playing. Aditya Roy Kapoor charms the audience with his cuteness. Rannvijay Singh performs admirably. It’s fun to listen to him sing songs in two voices. As the mother of Aishwarya Rai, Kiron Kher is excellent. Om Puri does a fantastic job as Akshay’s father. Rajpal Yadav’s comedy makes a lasting impression. Neha Dhupia provides appropriate assistance. Sudeep Singh is doing fine. Randhir Kapoor performs admirably.

5. Krrish 3

Krrish 3 Review: What the Bollywood Movie Steals From Superhero Films

A superhero who keeps getting fired from employment is suddenly called to human duty when a deadly virus threatens humanity in this completely perplexing thriller that will make you jump back quite a few times given the lack of logic in the twists. The virus was made by his brother, about whom he had no idea, and was guarded by mutants. As if that weren’t enough, a twist in a Hindi serial has Krrish dying and then coming back to life.

In conclusion, if you have previously aided an alien, come from a family of supernaturally gifted individuals, and/or are a scientist, you can genuinely survive anything!

Despite countless inspirations, Krrish 3’s visual effects are quite underwhelming. You can only blame the limited budget for so much. They need to have avoided attempting the effects and action sequences they couldn’t successfully execute, at the very least. It is unacceptable for an action movie of this caliber to display such mediocrity.

Dialogue is one of the other key components that every action movie greatly depends on. And Krrish 3 has nothing to recommend in this area at all. Really, “Fusion is the Future”? It nearly seems like it was created specifically to be a paragraph filler for reviewers. Then, there is Krrish, who sends out too many overtly commercial messages and public service announcements. Both of them—whether noble or self-centered—have no place in a movie. They immediately return you to reality, which is quite jarring given the fantastical universe Krrish inhabits.

Krrish 3 isn’t a bad movie, but due to its copycat premise, it is incredibly depressing and upsetting. The only thing that makes the movie shine is how well Hrithik reprises his role as Krrish with an intriguing intensity and unflappable excitement. The absurd plot is miffing, but the chiseled-bodied superhero indulges us just enough to make this movie a passable one-time viewing during the holiday season. Don’t have high expectations or hold out too much hope for this one. An admirable and daring attempt that falls short of a thrilling movie experience.

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5 Bollywood Movies That Completely Defied Science!

Bollywood wasn’t a good student at science if it ever was one. At least this is how these science-defying movies portray it! Many scientists must be relieved they are dead if this is how science would have been envisioned! Here is a list of movies that, regardless of your feelings toward science, you will not be able to understand:

  1. Joker

Sonakshi Sinha with Akshay Kumar in a Still from Joker | Akshay kumar,  Sonakshi sinha, Joker wallpapers

The 2012 movie “Joker,” starring Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha, was an effort to revive interest in Paglaapur. Agastya, a NASA scientist, travels to Paglapur with his wife. Agastya fabricates reports of a fake alien invasion to draw attention to hamlet while he is developing a gadget to communicate with space aliens. A genuine invasion occurs when the aliens are discovered, and they give the locals oil as a gift!

Joker is illogical and devoid of all sense. Agastya deceives the brightest scientists about a UFO landing in their village, but one of his adversaries foils his strategy within ten seconds. Why do the armed forces remain outside the forest when the aliens are sheltering inside when they are landing to capture or kill the aliens?

Even Akshay Kumar, who has consistently given passionate performances in some of his poorest movies, seems uninterested. Sonakshi Sinha doesn’t have anything to do. Minissha Lamba has a distinctive look. The remaining characters ham on and on. The tiny settlement of Pagalpur is unnoticed when India’s map is being drawn during independence, which seems a little out of this world. All of the other villagers leave the village after the prisoners of the local mental hospital escape.

Scientist Agastya (Akshay Kumar), working in the US, is looking for evidence of extraterrestrial life while surrounded by his noisy apparatus. Agastya has a month to hope that ET or his brethren provide him evidence of their existence while all he has to show his research sponsors are static. When he learns that his father is in critical condition, he quits his job and returns to Paglapur with his lover Diva (Sonakshi Sinha).

Paglapur’s current residents are one heck of a fruit basket. Shreyas Talpade, Agastya’s brother, speaks solely in a weird tongue; Darshan Jariwala, his cross-eyed father; Vindu Dara Singh, a boisterous friend; Asrani, a teacher; and many others. Agastya learns that his father was fabricating a sickness, but he chooses to remain and assist the locals in alleviating their suffering. Since Paglapur does not appear on the Indian map, they are not a part of any state and lack access to electricity, roads, or water. Even the minister Agastya approaches for assistance and shifts the buck to the following state because the small crazy village has nothing to contribute.

Finally, Agastya devises a plan: he will make crop circles at Paglapur and claim that they were made by aliens. His scheme quickly attracts hordes of reporters and scientists to the community, and things start to look up with lots of song and dance. 

Joker is one of the shortest Bollywood major movies, clocking in at 1 hour 45 minutes. As absurd as the scenario may sound, all it takes is the addition of an item number to the equation to produce the unexpected catastrophe. Everything about it, from the concept to the plot, makes you want to laugh out loud! Science completely takes a back seat and declares, “I’m out of this!” Certainly, the aliens would take offense! And NASA would have undoubtedly banned Bollywood!

2. Taarzan The Wonder Car 

Taarzan: The Wonder Car' Might've Crashed At the Box Office But It Was An  Inventive Revenge Drama - Entertainment

To put it simply, it is the tale of a car under the influence. Even more ominous than the idea that people with unmet wishes roam like ghosts about us is the possibility of discovering one living inside your car.

As a result, Ajay Devgan chose to assume this physical shape to exact revenge on his adversaries for his loss. In the movie, Vatsal Seth’s car goes on a murderous rampage and brings the ounce of these crimes on him, leaving him in the dark. The fabled jungle hero is typically connected with the name TAARZAN. But isn’t TAARZAN THE WONDER CAR star and kalakaar a vehicle that battles, feels, and rejoices? in reality, acts much like a person?

Hollywood has produced several “killing automobile” films. Millions of fans around the world have been thrilled by movies like THE CAR, KILLER CAR, MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE, KILLDOZER, and of course, the iconic CHRISTINE [1983]. TAARZAN THE WONDER CAR, which is somewhat based on CHRISTINE, fits the revenge movie mold. The revenge-seeker in TAARZAN THE WONDER CAR, however, is a machine—a car—rather than a human.

Almost all of what a Hindi cinema hero would accomplish, including punishing the bad guys, is performed by the car. In all honesty, the work that went into creating TAARZAN THE WONDER CAR deserves praise. A true hatke food has at least been offered by someone with the guts to go against the grain!

3. Love Story 2050

Love Story 2050 (2008) | MUBI

A protracted sci-fi-fun misadventure is unbearable. When the not-so-special effects showed a still-unaltered Gateway of India’s towering skyscrapers in the New York manner. Imagine this It’s 2050. The entire planet has been turned into a screensaver. Even though there are flying cars everywhere, filmmakers still construct castles (i.e., movies) in the air. Robots have taken the place of human company and have been programmed with phony emotions in addition to artificial intelligence. Customer service representatives appear in holograms as humans, and you immediately feel the urge to call for assistance. The protagonist has red hair, but the filmmaker earns the label of being empty-headed by giving us a choice. Today’s consumer product brands continue to exist after 40 years, and possibly the same can be said about script standards that don’t appear to be improving.

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To transport Priyanka back in time, super-hero Harman Baweja battles aunties in wigs and jerks in Bruce Lee tunics. The time machine was created by a hamming Boman Irani wearing a fright wig that took wool from an entire flock of sheep.

The numerous writers’ script is a blatant example of how having too many cooks in the kitchen ruins the soup. The second half solely has sequences that were specifically designed to accommodate brand endorsements, while the first half drags on for a long time and features a terrible love story. The special effects aren’t bad, but they’re also not very noteworthy either. However, it doesn’t matter because the romance gets unnecessary center stage while the consequences are virtually completely ignored. The visual effects also bring to mind several Hollywood movies, like The Fifth Element, Total Recall, and The Star Wars trilogy. The villain’s evil motives are also obviously inspired by Krrish.

4. Action Replayy

Action Replayy (2010)

The movie, based on the same-named Gujarati drama, offers a unique storyline. The comedy scenes in the screenplay, written by Suresh Nair and Aatish Kapadia, make audiences chuckle, especially in the opening and last reels. The authors, however, haven’t taken the time to clarify how the compatibility problem of today can be resolved with a backward effect. In other words, a more thorough and straightforward explanation of the time machine’s operation was required. The viewers could also be perplexed as to how Bunty of the present day can associate with Kishan and Mala of the past. Bunty undoubtedly poses as Kishan and Mala’s friend since he couldn’t have been born before their marriage, yet the anomaly still exists.

Not only that but the earlier part of the bygone age, during which Kishan is a sissy character, is monotonous and tedious. Furthermore, it irritates me to see Kishan because of his disgusting appearance. There is a difference between being afraid and looking ugly; they might not even be related. The filmmakers may have thought that this kind of look would make him look like the frightening role he intended to play. However, as Kishan makes an effort to be brave with the help of Bunty, a buddy, the drama picks up and becomes intriguing, amusing, and enjoyable. When he turns a new leaf and Mala also adopts a more ladylike demeanor, it becomes quite funny.

The dialogues that Ritesh Shah and Aatish Kapadia have penned are superb. Several humorous sequences and exchanges demonstrate how carefully the comedy sections were written, and the results are satisfying,

However, the midsection of the movie—roughly 40 minutes before intermission and 20 minutes after intermission—is tedious.

Akshay Kumar performs admirably. It is a joy to watch him because he is so excellent in comedic scenes. The sequences where he attempts to be bold and turn over a new leaf are amazing. He merits praise for his superb performance. His “awaaz neeche” conversation is brilliant and will go viral. How one wishes the drama of the retro style hadn’t made him look so unattractive. Also excellent is Aishwarya Rai. She exudes grace in her dancing, acting, and appearance. She has a beautiful throwback style. Her conversation is delivered in a manner consistent with the role she is playing. Aditya Roy Kapoor charms the audience with his cuteness. Rannvijay Singh performs admirably. It’s fun to listen to him sing songs in two voices. As the mother of Aishwarya Rai, Kiron Kher is excellent. Om Puri does a fantastic job as Akshay’s father. Rajpal Yadav’s comedy makes a lasting impression. Neha Dhupia provides appropriate assistance. Sudeep Singh is doing fine. Randhir Kapoor performs admirably.

5. Krrish 3

Krrish 3 Review: What the Bollywood Movie Steals From Superhero Films

A superhero who keeps getting fired from employment is suddenly called to human duty when a deadly virus threatens humanity in this completely perplexing thriller that will make you jump back quite a few times given the lack of logic in the twists. The virus was made by his brother, about whom he had no idea, and was guarded by mutants. As if that weren’t enough, a twist in a Hindi serial has Krrish dying and then coming back to life.

In conclusion, if you have previously aided an alien, come from a family of supernaturally gifted individuals, and/or are a scientist, you can genuinely survive anything!

Despite countless inspirations, Krrish 3’s visual effects are quite underwhelming. You can only blame the limited budget for so much. They need to have avoided attempting the effects and action sequences they couldn’t successfully execute, at the very least. It is unacceptable for an action movie of this caliber to display such mediocrity.

Dialogue is one of the other key components that every action movie greatly depends on. And Krrish 3 has nothing to recommend in this area at all. Really, “Fusion is the Future”? It nearly seems like it was created specifically to be a paragraph filler for reviewers. Then, there is Krrish, who sends out too many overtly commercial messages and public service announcements. Both of them—whether noble or self-centered—have no place in a movie. They immediately return you to reality, which is quite jarring given the fantastical universe Krrish inhabits.

Krrish 3 isn’t a bad movie, but due to its copycat premise, it is incredibly depressing and upsetting. The only thing that makes the movie shine is how well Hrithik reprises his role as Krrish with an intriguing intensity and unflappable excitement. The absurd plot is miffing, but the chiseled-bodied superhero indulges us just enough to make this movie a passable one-time viewing during the holiday season. Don’t have high expectations or hold out too much hope for this one. An admirable and daring attempt that falls short of a thrilling movie experience.

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