Wed, 26 Oct 2011 14:30:29 GMT | By Raj Narayan, India Syndicate

'Ra.One': Of the Kids, For the Kids, By a Kid!

What would you call a robot that can recharge invertors, double up as a ceiling fan, dance to your music, crack vulgar jokes with a straight face and above all protect you from a deadly villain? No prizes for guessing... It is Shah Rukh Khan.


'Ra.One': Of the Kids, For the Kids, By a Kid!

What would you call a robot that can recharge invertors, double up as a ceiling fan, dance to your music, crack vulgar jokes with a straight face and above all protect you from a deadly villain? No prizes for guessing... It is Shah Rukh Khan.

One of the most eagerly awaited movies in recent times, both for the sort of monies that producer Shah Rukh spent on it as well as the hype that marketing genius Shah Rukh generated, the movie is all heart and no soul. And the heart that makes it tick is that of Shah Rukh Khan, the father of Aryan and Suhana Khan.

At just over two-and-half hours, the movie is definitely India's answer to the Super Heroes with a heart; something that Hollywood has specialized in for over five decades. However, unlike his western counterparts, G.One (euphemism for Jeevan or Life) turns to heroism only so that he can be his teenaged son's hero.

Click on and read our reasons for watching Bollywood's costliest movie and possibly giving it a miss...

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