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Mr India 1987: A Classic Hindi Superhero Film



Mr India 1987: A Classic Hindi Superhero Film




Mr India is a 1987 Hindi-language superhero film directed by Shekhar Kapur and produced by Boney Kapoor and Surinder Kapoor. It stars Anil Kapoor as Arun Verma, a humble violinist who inherits a device that can make him invisible, and Sridevi as Seema Sohni, a journalist who falls in love with him. The film also features Amrish Puri as Mogambo, a megalomaniac criminal who wants to conquer India.




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The film was written by the legendary duo of Salim-Javed, who also wrote iconic films like Sholay, Deewaar and Zanjeer. It was their last collaboration before they parted ways. The film's music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal, with lyrics by Javed Akhtar. The film has some memorable songs like "Hawa Hawai", "Kaate Nahi Kat Te" and "Zindagi Ki Yahi Reet Hai".


Mr India was a commercial and critical success, becoming the highest-grossing film of 1987 in India and an overseas hit in China. It received widespread acclaim for its innovative story, direction, performances, music and special effects. It won several awards, including a Special Award for Sridevi at the 58th Filmfare Awards in 2013. It is considered a milestone in Hindi cinema for its rare superhero genre and has inspired many Indian films in later years.


If you are looking for a classic Hindi superhero film that has action, comedy, romance, drama and patriotism, then you should watch Mr India 1987. You can download it in high quality from [HINDI] Mr India 1987 480p BluRay X264-mSD.


The film has many interesting trivia and behind-the-scenes stories that add to its charm. For instance, Amitabh Bachchan was offered to play the role of Mr India but he declined as he was into politics and was not doing many movies. Shekhar Kapur wanted Anupam Kher to play the role of Mogambo but then switched to Amrish Puri as he wanted someone who looked scary[^1^]. The film also marked the last collaboration of the legendary writing duo Salim-Javed, who had parted ways in the early 1980s but came back together for this film[^1^].


The film also has some iconic scenes and dialogues that have become part of popular culture. One of them is the scene where Seema seduces Arun while he is invisible, wearing only a blue sari and singing "Kaate Nahi Kat Te". The scene was considered very bold and sensual for its time and showcased Sridevi's charisma and beauty. Another one is the scene where Mogambo says his catchphrase "Mogambo khush hua" ("Mogambo is pleased") whenever his henchmen report their success or failure. The phrase has become synonymous with Amrish Puri's villainous persona and is often used as a meme or a joke.


The film also has some technical achievements that were rare for Indian cinema at that time. The special effects of making Arun invisible were done by Peter Pereira, who used a technique called chroma keying to remove the actor's body from the scenes. The film also used some innovative camera angles and editing techniques to create a sense of suspense and thrill. The film's music was also praised for its catchy tunes and lyrics, especially the song "Hawa Hawai" which featured Sridevi in various costumes and disguises. e0e6b7cb5c


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