Koi... Mil Gaya

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A scientist (director Rakesh Roshan) invents a computer to send sounds into outer space. Using the sound "Aum," he makes contact with an alien life form, but his fellow scientists laugh at his claims. Despondent, he drives home with his wife (Rekha). A spaceship interrupts their journey, and causes the excited Sanjay to crash. He is killed and his unborn child is injured in the accident. Rohit (Bollywood heartthrob Hrithik Roshan) grows up brain-damaged. He's stuck in a class with much younger kids and longs to ...
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A scientist (director Rakesh Roshan) invents a computer to send sounds into outer space. Using the sound "Aum," he makes contact with an alien life form, but his fellow scientists laugh at his claims. Despondent, he drives home with his wife (Rekha). A spaceship interrupts their journey, and causes the excited Sanjay to crash. He is killed and his unborn child is injured in the accident. Rohit (Bollywood heartthrob Hrithik Roshan) grows up brain-damaged. He's stuck in a class with much younger kids and longs to advance academically, but he continually flunks. On top of that, he and his young friends are frequently bullied by Raj (Rajat Bedi) and his gang of thugs. Then Nisha (Preity Zinta), a beautiful young woman, moves to town. After a couple of comic misunderstandings, Nisha takes an interest in Rohit. Rohit asks Nisha to teach him computers, and they dig up his father's old device, inadvertently sending another message into space. Soon, another ship arrives, and this time, a funny little blue alien is left behind. Rohit takes the little one in, and soon finds himself being magically healed. Suddenly, he can see without his glasses, and soon he develops a quick mind and superhuman strength. Not only that -- he can dance. So he and his friends call the alien "Badoo." Raj grows jealous of all the time Nisha is spending with Rohit. He finds that now Rohit is strong enough to defend himself. But the authorities are searching for Badoo, and Rohit is determined to keep his little friend safe, no matter what the cost. Director Rakesh Roshan last directed his son, Hrithik, in Kaho Naa...Pyaar Hai, the film that made him a star. The big-budget Koi...Mil Gaya was promoted as the first science fiction film to come out of Bollywood.
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Special Features

Anamorphic widescreen presentation; 5.1 Dolby Digital sound; Digitally remastered; Optional English subtitles
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All Movie Guide - Josh Ralske
Imagine, if you can, a cross between the all-singing, all-dancing romance of a typical Bollywood musical and a barefaced rip-off of E.T., Close Encounters, and Phenomenon, with bits and pieces of Spider-Man, Forrest Gump, and Flubber thrown in for good measure. Or rather than try to imagine such an amazing film, see Rakesh Roshan's big-budget sci-fi extravaganza, Koi...Mil Gaya. Roshan's unwieldy mishmash of genres has a surfeit of good will, a bouncy soundtrack, wonderful dance numbers, and a charismatic performance from Preity Zinta to help it compensate for its goofy plot, naïve take on disability, and serviceable, but sub-Hollywood special effects. The lead performance by self-conscious Bollywood stud muffin Hrithik Roshan is laudably subdued by his standards. His dancing is terrific, as usual, and he has a couple of wonderful, surprisingly romantic numbers with Zinta. The children billed as the "the super six" are more palatable than might be expected, although the climactic scene in which the magical alien helps them win a basketball game against a gang of bullies is one of the weaker parts of the film. As for Jadoo himself, he's no E.T. He's fairly expressive, but he's never well established as a character. At times, he appears child-like, and it seems like there should be more evidence of his purported intellectual abilities. It's understandable that Rohit (Roshan) thinks Jadoo's ability to help him dance like John Travolta and cheat at basketball is of crucial importance, but one might think a superior being would have other things on his mind. Despite these quibbles, Koi...Mil Gaya succeeds as a uniquely entertaining effort to bring Bollywood sensibilities to the science fiction genre.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/24/2004
  • EAN: 5055126175281
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: YASH RAJ FILMS INDIA
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: Hindi
  • Time: 2:50:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hrithik Roshan
Preity Zinta
Rekha
Johnny Lever
Rajat Bedi
Mukesh Rishi
Prem Chopra
Rakesh Roshan
Technical Credits
Rakesh Roshan Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Sameer Arya Cinematographer
Ibrahim Ashq Songwriter
Robin Bhatt Screenwriter
Sachin Bhowmick Screenwriter
Ravi K. Chandran Cinematographer
Jitendra Chaudhary Sound/Sound Designer
Nasir Faraaz Songwriter
Honey Irani Screenwriter
Dev Kohli Songwriter
Rajesh Roshan Songwriter
Sharmishtha Roy Art Director
Javed Siddiqui Screenwriter
Tinu Verma Action Director
Sanjay Verma Editor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Credits/The Breakthrough [6:12]
2. The Sighting [4:02]
3. Fun With Sukhwani [2:10]
4. Rohit's Disappointment [3:31]
5. Song 1: In Panchhiyon [5:22]
6. Raj and Gang [4:34]
7. Nisha Gets Taken for a Ride [7:00]
8. An Apology Gone Wrong [4:03]
9. Nisha Realizes the Truth [7:16]
10. Song 2: Idhar Chala [6:10]
11. Rohit Gifts Nisha a Rose [3:21]
12. Computer Training [2:22]
13. Song 3: Koi Mil Gaya [8:11]
14. Rohit's Humiliation [2:36]
15. The Second Sighting [6:39]
16. The Carnival [3:28]
17. First Encounter With Alien [5:01]
18. The Footprints [1:26]
19. The Alien's Story [3:29]
20. Children Discover the Alien [2:26]
21. Song 4: Jaadoo Jaadoo [7:43]
22. Rohit Is Heartbroken [2:07]
23. Jaadoo Works His Magic [8:46]
24. Sonia Discovers the Alien [4:08]
25. Rohit "The Hero" [2:41]
26. Song 5: It's Magic [5:31]
27. The Basketball Challenge [12:22]
28. Song 6: Haila Haila [4:54]
29. What's in the Bag? [5:31]
30. Jaadoo Must Return [9:21]
31. Rohit Bids Jaadoo Farewell [7:48]
32. Jaadoo Works His Magic Again [4:50]
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Side #1 --
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   Scenes
   Songs
      Song 1 - In Panchhiyon
      Song 2 - Idhar Chala
      Song 3 - Koi Mil Gaya
      Song 4 - Jaadoo Jaadoo
      Song 5 - It's Magic
      Song 6 - Haila Haila
   Subtitle
      Subtitle: English - On
      Subtitle: English - Off
   Trailer
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