Here are 8 Superhero Movies Indian Viewers Will Love To See on Big Screen After Shaktimaan.
The legendary Ichchhadhari Nag (shape-shifting snakes) and the historical Vishmanushya (a poisonous person) served as inspiration for the creation of the Nagraj stories.
James Jensen, a British army man who resists his corrupt senior officer, witnesses the horrible death of his family in the novel The Sadhu.
The dark fantasy serial Bhokal is bloody and gory. In addition to gaining his master’s mystical Sword and Shield, Bhopal also gains superhuman physical characteristics.
The vast universe of living myth collides with the everyday realities and cultural upheavals of modern India in yet another thrilling offering from Graphic India.
Parmanu, one of Raj Comics’ most beloved characters, had any innate or inherited superpowers. His suit, which enabled him to shrink to a tiny size (much like Marvel’s Ant-Man).
After losing significant organs and body parts in an accident, Inspector Amar had his brain implanted into a mechanical body, transforming him into a cyborg.
Dhruva was undoubtedly the most realistic superhero in the world of comic books; he was a figure that kids could identify with and aspire to be like.
Raju Rai, a young Indian boy living in Mumbai, tells his story in Chakra. Scientist Dr. Singh, Raju’s tutor, creates a technology outfit that turns all the body’s chakras into weapons.