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Koi... Mil Gaya: A Bollywood Sci-Fi Classic
Koi... Mil Gaya (English: I Found Someone) is a 2003 Indian Hindi-language science fiction film directed by Rakesh Roshan, who also has a cameo role. It is the first installment in the Krrish franchise. The film stars Hrithik Roshan as Rohit Mehra, a young man who is mentally disabled due to a childhood accident. He befriends an alien who is stranded on Earth after his spaceship is shot down by the Indian Air Force. The film also features Rekha as Rohit's mother Sonia, and Preity Zinta as Nisha, Rohit's love interest.
The film was inspired by the 1982 Hollywood film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, and was praised for its special effects, performances, and music. It won several awards, including the Filmfare Award for Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor for Hrithik Roshan. It was also selected as India's official entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not nominated.
The film begins with a flashback of Sanjay Mehra (Rakesh Roshan), a scientist who believes that there is life beyond Earth. He invents a computer that can send sounds into outer space, hoping to communicate with aliens. He succeeds in receiving a response from an alien spacecraft, but his colleagues mock him and refuse to believe him. One night, he and his pregnant wife Sonia (Rekha) witness a UFO landing near their house. They approach it, but are attacked by some armed men who try to steal Sanjay's invention. In the ensuing chase, Sanjay loses control of his car and crashes into a stone. He dies and Sonia survives, but goes into labor due to the shock.
Years later, Sonia lives in Kasauli with her son Rohit (Hrithik Roshan), who has grown up physically but has the mind of a child due to the brain damage he suffered in the accident. He is often bullied by his peers and ridiculed by his teachers. His only friends are a group of children and a dog named Jadoo (Magic). One day, he meets Nisha (Preity Zinta), a young woman who has recently moved to Kasauli with her father. She feels sorry for Rohit and becomes his friend.
Rohit discovers his father's old computer and activates it, unknowingly sending a signal to the same alien spacecraft that had contacted Sanjay years ago. The spacecraft responds and lands in a nearby forest, where Rohit and his friends encounter an alien who has blue skin, large eyes, and telekinetic powers. They name him Jadoo after Rohit's dog, and take him to Rohit's house, where they hide him from Sonia and the authorities.
Jadoo senses that Rohit is not normal and uses his powers to heal his brain. Rohit becomes more intelligent and confident, and excels in academics and sports. He also falls in love with Nisha, who reciprocates his feelings. However, their happiness is short-lived when Raj (Rajat Bedi), Nisha's former suitor and Rohit's bully, learns about Jadoo and informs Inspector Khurshid Khan (Mukesh Rishi) about him. Khan contacts Dr. Arya (Ashutosh Rana), a scientist who works for a secret organization that deals with extraterrestrial matters.
Dr. Arya arrives in Kasauli with his men and captures Jadoo, along with Rohit and Nisha. He tortures Jadoo to extract information about his planet and plans to use him for his experiments. Rohit pleads with Dr. Arya to let Jadoo go, but he refuses. Meanwhile, Sonia learns about Jadoo from Rohit's friends and rushes to Dr. Arya's facility with them.
At the same time, Jadoo's fellow aliens arrive in their spaceship and try to rescue him. They cause a power outage in the facility, allowing Rohit and Nisha to escape with Jadoo. They reach a nearby hilltop, where they bid farewell to Jadoo as he boards his spaceship. However, as the spaceship takes off, it is attacked by two fighter jets sent by Dr. Arya.
Jadoo uses his powers to protect the spaceship and disable the jets. He also restores Rohit's intelligence, which had started to fade after he was separated from Jadoo. He then telepathically thanks Rohit for his friendship and departs. Rohit and Nisha embrace, while Sonia and the children rejoice. Dr. Arya is arrested by Khan, who apologizes to Rohit for his mistake. The film ends with Rohit and Nisha getting married, while Jadoo watches them from his spaceship.
Hrithik Roshan as Rohit Mehra, a mentally disabled young man who befriends an alien.
Rekha as Sonia Mehra, Rohit's mother and Sanjay's widow.
Preity Zinta as Nisha, Rohit's love interest.
Rakesh Roshan as Sanjay Mehra, Rohit's father and a scientist who invents a computer that can communicate with aliens.
Rajat Bedi as Raj, Nisha's former suitor and Rohit's bully.
Mukesh Rishi as Inspector Khurshid Khan, a police officer who initially helps Dr. Arya but later realizes his mistake.
Ashutosh Rana as Dr. Arya, a scientist who works for a secret organization that deals with extraterrestrial matters.
Johnny Lever as Chelaram Sukhwani, Rohit's neighbor and a comic relief character.
Prem Chopra as Harbans Saxena, Nisha's father and a wealthy businessman.
Anuj Pandit Sharma as Bittu, one of Rohit's friends.
Hansika Motwani as Priya Six, one of Rohit's friends.
Koi... Mil Gaya was conceived by Rakesh Roshan after he watched E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in 1982. He wanted to make a film that would appeal to both children and adults, and also showcase the Indian culture and values. He wrote the story with his son Hrithik Roshan in mind for the lead role of Rohit. He also decided to play the role of Sanjay himself, as he felt that no other actor could portray his vision better than him.
The film was shot in various locations in India, including Mumbai, Ooty, Kasauli, and Nainital. The alien Jadoo was created by animatronics expert James Colmer, who had previously worked on films such as Jurassic Park and Star Wars. The special effects were done by Tata Elxsi and Prasad EFX, who used CGI and motion capture techniques to bring Jadoo to life. The film also featured some scenes that were inspired by Hollywood films such as Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Independence Day, and Superman.
The film had a budget of 30 crore (US$4.2 million), making it one of the most expensive films of its time. It was released on 8 August 2003 on 400 screens across India. It received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike, who praised the film for its story, direction, performances, music, and special effects. It was also a commercial success, grossing 80 crore (US$11 million) worldwide. It became the highest-grossing film of 2003 in India and the second-highest-grossing film of all time in India at that time.
The music of Koi... Mil Gaya was composed by Rajesh Roshan, Rakesh Roshan's brother. The lyrics were written by Ibrahim Ashq, Dev Kohli, and Sawan Kumar Tak. The soundtrack album consisted of eight songs, featuring singers such as Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Shaan, Adnan Sami, and Chitra. The songs were well-received by the listeners and became chartbusters. Some of the popular songs from the album are:
Koi Mil Gaya: The title song of the film, sung by Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, and Kavita Krishnamurthy. It is a romantic song that expresses the feelings of Rohit and Nisha for each other.
Idhar Chala Main Udhar Chala: A duet song sung by Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik. It is a playful song that shows the chemistry between Rohit and Nisha.
Haila Haila: A dance song sung by Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik. It is a fast-paced song that features Rohit and Nisha dancing with Jadoo and his friends.
Jadoo Jadoo: A song sung by Adnan Sami and Alka Yagnik. It is a song that celebrates the friendship between Rohit and Jadoo.
It's Magic: A song sung by Taz, a British-Asian singer. It is a rap song that showcases Rohit's transformation after Jadoo heals his brain.
In Panchiyon: A song sung by Shaan and Kavita Krishnamurthy. It is a song that depicts Rohit's joy of flying with Jadoo in his spaceship.
En Panchhiyon: A Tamil version of In Panchiyon, sung by Srinivas and Kavita Krishnamurthy.
Jaadu Teri Nazar: A song from the 1993 film Darr, sung by Udit Narayan. It is played as a background score when Rohit sees Nisha for the first time.
Koi... Mil Gaya received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike, who praised the film for its story, direction, performances, music, and special effects. It was also a commercial success, grossing 80 crore (US$11 million) worldwide. It became the highest-grossing film of 2003 in India and the second-highest-grossing film of all time in India at that time. It also broke several records, such as the highest opening day collection, the highest opening weekend collection, the highest first week collection, and the highest single day collection in India.
The film won several awards, including the Filmfare Award for Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor for Hrithik Roshan. It was also selected as India's official entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not nominated. The film was praised for its portrayal of disability and its positive message of friendship and love. It was also credited for reviving the science fiction genre in Bollywood and inspiring several films such as Krrish (2006), Krrish 3 (2013), PK (2014), and 2.0 (2018).
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