Here's a list of six other Indian superheroes you can turn to until the Flying Jatt becomes available.

If you haven't been living under a rock, you've probably seen a glimpse of Tiger Shroff as a superhero in his upcoming film A Flying Jatt. A teaser for the film was released on Friday.

Pitched as God's representative on earth to fight evil, the film tells the story of a superhero dressed in a blue turban, cape and mask.

Now, while we'll have to wait to watch the film until its release on August 25, here's something that can be done in the meantime. Here's a list of six other Indian superheroes you can turn to until the Flying Jatt becomes available.

How many and which of these do you like? Do tell us in the comments section below.

1. Mr India: This one is easily the best Indian superhero film ever. A kind man, living with a bunch of orphans he takes in, finds himself with a formula for invisibility. Does he use it for his own gain to make his own troubles vanish? Of course not. He takes money from the rich and donates to the poor, fights evil and rids the world of Mogambo, one of the worst villains in Indian cinema, after Gabbar. Gasp!

2. Krrish: The film that changed the perception of superheroes in India, Hrithik Roshan asKrrish was a treat to watch. Adults loved him and kids wanted to be him, so much it turned into a franchise.

And it began with a simple story: a boy, who could outrun horses and catch fish with his bare hands, is kept hidden away in the hills. It's his chance meeting with a damsel in distress (and his dad's with an alien in the previous film) that leads to his journey of becoming a superhero. Seriously, what's not to love?

3. Shaktimaan:This one needs no introduction. Mukesh Khanna has ruled television screens for years with his role as the Indian superhero. And there's news the show is all set to return soon too, this time to show how the character acquired his superhuman powers. Can you even...

4. G.One:Shah Rukh Khan's sci-fi film about an indestructible supervillain Ra.One also features the 'good one' or G.One who is meant to kill said indestructible villain. Umm... loopholes left aside, the terminator-esque superhero does what all superheroes are meant to - rid the world of evil and deliver a happy ending at the end of the film. Plus this superhero can dance and even sing like Akon, so can you really complain?

5. Ajooba: This one has Amitabh Bachchan as the masked superhero doing good for the people of Baharistan, of which he the actual heir. It's up to Ajooba to find his parents, defeat the villain Vazir, and reclaim the throne. The film didn't do well but Big B made one hell of a superhero. Behold:

6. Drona: Like his daddy, Abhishek Bachchan too played a superhero in Drona. And like his dad's film, this one too didn't do much for the audiences. It's still worth a mention.


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