Krrish 3 begins with a flashback to the previous event where the evil scientist Dr. Vidyut (Vivek) confronts the superhero Krrish with a new and deadly toxin called KRL-49. After the battle, Krrish finds the dead body of his wife Sartaj (Suresh Menon) and takes on the responsibility to find a cure for the deadly toxin. Meanwhile, the evil Dr. Vidyut gets back to his lab and injects an infected ball of DNA into the embryo of his daughter Radhika (Kajol) and he is now in the process of creating an army of super-humans including Krrish himself by using a virus with superpowers called Vidyutanium. Krrish does not resist Radhika or do anything until he meets her and she tells him she does not want to become a super-human. In a parallel plot, Sartaj finds out from a doctor that Radhika is pregnant and Radhika refuses to believe it and when Sartaj meets her, she commits suicide. Meanwhile, Dr. Vidyut makes Radhika infertile by manipulating the micro-doses of the same virus into her system and she has a miscarriage. After this, Vidyut destroys all of the evidence and leaves the lab and takes the virus with him. Krrish now becomes a state-wielder with the help of I.D. number 81 and goes in search of Vidyut. Vidyut is not alone and he takes a huge personal risk to save his daughter and injects Radhika with the virus just before Krrish arrives. Vidyut’s plan works and Radhika becomes a super-heroine with the help of KKT-10, who is a new mutant named after the 10-letter code of the virus. Radhika promises not to reveal her secret to Krrish or anyone else. Krrish loses his powers and finds out that Radhika is in danger and so he goes in search of her. In the meantime, the evil Dr.
With a solid concept, an energetic screenplay, an engaging narrative, some well-shot action sequences and a powerful message, Rakesh Roshan’s Krrish 3 is a lot of fun. Yet the more you look, the more you find to nitpick. The thin plot, too many characters, the weak plot threads, the lack of character development, the meandering, and the performance of the lead actors are all areas in which the film falters. On the whole, however, Rakesh Roshan’s latest is a solid entry in the franchise and an entertaining action flick that will keep you entertained throughout.
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