When it comes to any Indian superhero movies like Krrish or A Flying Jatt, the shadow of their western counterparts never separated from them and the target audience is restricted to only the children. The loss of the Indian touch is missing from them, but Bhavesh Joshi Superhero movie is a way different as it tackles the ground problems of the common people.
The Superhero movie does not deals with the unreal problems of like the end of the earth or any alien attacking the earth but the genuine concern for a better society. It is the story of a common people (Bhavesh Joshi) who transforms into a superhero.
The story of the three friends residing in Mumbai, Bhavesh Joshi (Priyanshu Painyuli), Sikander Khanna (Harshvardhan Kapoor) and Rajat (Ashish Kumar) who brings the light on the small yet serious issues like urinating on the road, cutting the trees through their social media platform. The videos of these issues are uploaded on their in-built channel InsaafTV to aware the masses through the highest publicity.
Besides these issues, it also talks about small things like bribing the officials for the passport or jumping the red lights. The basic idea is the welfare of the local people rather than saving the world which can be done later on.
The director of Superhero, Vikramaditya Motwane justifies an Indian Superhero image as it better knows the importance of the social media platform and the emergence of the youth for a better society. The 155-minute movie has lot to offer other than the strong idea like thrilling background score, gliding camera and flawless expression of the different characters in the movie.