New Trailers: Boss, Krrish 3, and Warning

The trailer for Akshay Kumar’s one-man-wrecking-crew film Boss debuted today, in advance of the film’s theatrical release on October 16. Note to Bollywood filmmakers: I have seen enough frightened side characters pee their pants to last a lifetime. Please, stop.

Also recently released was the trailer for Hrithik Roshan’s sci-fi flick Krrish 3. Time for me to catch up on Koi…Mil Gaya and Krrish before Krrish 3 opens on November 4.

While low-budget, star-less Hindi horror films aren’t usually released theatrically in the U.S., I would love to see the shark attack flick Warning. Maybe Eros Now could make it available for streaming on September 27, the same day it opens theatrically in India.

2 thoughts on “New Trailers: Boss, Krrish 3, and Warning

  1. AO

    Hi Kathy,

    I know you haven’t seen either KMG or Krrish, but I was interested in knowing how you liked the trailer. I know there has been some backlash regarding the poor VFX, but IMO, I felt that it was good for the budget that it was allotted. Personally, I’m looking for a more compelling story, which would be a vast improvement over its predecessors.

    1. Kathy

      Hi, AO! I don’t think the VFX in the trailer look that bad. Like you said, budget has to be taken into consideration, and I’m sure Krrish 3’s budget is nowhere near the current Hollywood going rate of $200 million for sci-fi blockbusters. If anything, Krrish 3 just has to look as good or better than that snake made of robot Rajnikanth’s in Enthiran.

      Since I haven’t seen KMG or Krrish yet (they’re on my October to-do list), I have no idea what to expect from the story. But I think that a well-written story can make almost any movie watchable, regardless of the quality of other aspects of the film. On the other hand, no amount of VFX or shirtless Hrithik Roshan can save a movie that’s poorly written. We shall see…


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