Top 10 Indian Science Fiction Movies

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The most difficult genre to develop is science fiction since you have to use cutting-edge technology that may still be in development or that no one has heard of before. However, the Indian film industry has definitely succeeded in this domain and has recently produced some of the best films. However, when it comes to making science fiction movies, Indian cinema still has a lot to learn. This doesn't imply that there aren't enough talented individuals and businesses in the nation to produce high-quality ones. Financial limitations are the greatest hurdle preventing the industry from producing high-quality science fiction movies.

1. Enthiran (2010)

The sci-fi action movie Enthiran, which was released in 2010, was directed and written by S. Shankar. Filming began in 2008 and lasted two years after it had been stuck in the development stage for almost ten years.

The movie served as the Legacy Effects studio's Indian film debut. The company was in charge of the film's facial prosthetics and animatronics. The world saw the release of Enthiran on October 1, 2010. Up to that point, it was India's most expensive movie. When it was released, the movie earned mixed to positive reviews and brought in 1.05 billion rupees in Tamil Nadu alone.


2. Ra. One (2011)

Anubhav Sinha's science fiction action movie Ra. One, released in 2011, was made in Hindi. The 3-D conversion and the use of visual effects were done in post-production, with the latter considered a technical advance in Indian cinema. When Ra. One was first released, and reviews were mixed to good, with some appreciating the visual effects, action scenes, director, music, and performances by Khan and Rampal and others criticizing the plot and screenplay.

The decision to make the movie 3-D was made during filming and carried out in July 2011 as a result of a resurgence in interest in 3-D movies. The Dolby Surround 7.1 system was used to create the necessary sound enhancements. The sound design involved linking the real and virtual worlds. At the end of its theatrical run, it had a worldwide box office revenue of 2.081 billion ($45 million).


3. 24 (2016)

Vikram Kumar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Vikram Kumar is the writer and director of the 2016 science fiction action Tamil movie 24. The movie, which is based on the idea of time travel, stars Samantha Ruth Prabhu Born on April 28 1987 Samantha is a model and actr >> Read More... Samantha Ruth Prabhu , Nithya Menen Born on April 8, 1988 Nithya Menen is indeed a sta >> Read More... Nithya Menen , and actor Suriya in a triple role. The movie made almost 100 crores at the box office. At the 64th National Film Awards The National Film Awards gets presented every year >> Read More... National Film Awards , the movie received two awards and had both critical and commercial success.


The sci-fi commercial entertainment blend 24 is intellectual, joyful, and has its peaks. Since, it is uncommon for a big star to decide to take a chance on a story that is not overly straightforward or formulaic, but 24 is worth watching.

4. Krrish 3(2013)

Rakesh Roshan Rakesh Roshan Lal Nagrath is the original name of >> Read More... Rakesh Roshan wrote, produced, and directed the 2013 Hindi-language superhero movie Krrish 3. It garnered largely favourable reviews, earning an average Rotten Tomatoes score of 69 percent. While the film's lack of creativity and music has drawn criticism, critics have praised Roshan and Ranaut's performances, visual effects, cinematography, and entertainment value. It earned 393.37 crores at the global box office.


5. Dasavathaaram (2008)

The science-fiction movie Dasavathaaram was helmed by K. S. Ravikumar in 2008. It features Kamal Haasan Kamal Haasan is the most versatile actor that Indi >> Read More... Kamal Haasan in ten different parts. Kamal Haasan also wrote the screenplay and the story for the movie. The character makeup for Kamal's work proved to be challenging. The application of the makeup took nine hours, and it didn't last for very long. In order to cover for it, he had to rest, drink liquids through a straw, and avoid moving his facial muscles to prevent them from being disturbed. On June 13, 2008, the movie was released in approximately 1300 theatres all over the world. Haasan's acting, photography, and editing received accolades, however the prosthetics, script, and the inclusion of unneeded characters performed Haasan received criticism. It was made on a budget of ₹70 crores and collected ₹200 crores worldwide.


6. Koi Mil Gaya (2003)

Rakesh Roshan is the director and producer of the 2003 science fiction film Koi... Mil Gaya is commonly known as KMG. The majority of the positive reviews for the movie focused on the cast's performances, particularly Hrithik Roshan's. Krrish and Krrish 3 are two sequels that were released in 2006 and 2013, respectively. Koi... Mil Gaya, which had a $250–350 million budgets but made more than $823,3 million at the box office, took home three awards at the 51st National Film Awards.


7.  Tik Tik Tik Click to look into! >> Read More... Tik Tik Tik (2018)

Shakti Soundar Rajan Shakti Soundar Rajan was born on 1st January 1981 >> Read More... Shakti Soundar Rajan wrote and directed the 2018 science fiction thriller Tik in Tamil. On June 22, 2018, the movie was released in theatres. The reviewers gave Tik Tik Tik a favourable rating. Although the film's VFX was praised, its illogical sections and poor narrative were criticized. It earned over 57.63 crores (US$7.6 million) in box office revenue and received the status of a hit in India. The movie has a unique idea and is moderately enjoyable. Armageddon, a 1998 picture, serves as an inspiration for the movie.


8. 7 Am Arivu (2011)

2011's 7 aum arivu is a science fiction martial arts thriller movie in the Tamil language that was written and directed by AR Murugadoss. Legacy Effects, a visual effects company, worked on this movie's visual effects for the second time after Enthiran. At an estimated cost of 10 crores, Legacy Effects, who had risen to prominence in Hollywood for their work on the Terminator franchise, Iron Man Click to look into! >> Read More... Iron Man , Avatar, etc., created the visual effects for the movie. Throughout its theatrical run, 7aum Arivu is said to have earned between 90 and 100 crores of rupees. The majority of the reviews from critics were favorable, and they commended Suriya's performances as well as the film's soundtrack, visual effects, cinematography, and acting.

9. Mr. India (1987)

Mr. India is a 1987 Indian Hindi-language superhero film directed by Shekhar Kapur Shekhar Kapur is a renowned Indian actor, director >> Read More... Shekhar Kapur . Mr. India was a breakthrough for its director and cast members as well as a milestone in Hindi cinema for its rarely filmed superhero genre. It became a commercial success and the second-highest-grossing movie of the year in India, where it made 100 million (US$7.72 million) against a 38 million (US$2.93 million) budget.

Mr. India was also an inspiration for several Indian films that came out in subsequent years. The film, according to Kapur, had to be shot slowly because of all the innovative technology and trick photography it required. The special effects were handled by Peter Pereira Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Peter Pereira . To make Anil Kapoor's persona undetectable, he employed mechanical effects, and he created his footsteps using stop-motion.

10. PK (2014)

Rajkumar Hirani Rajkumar Hirani is one of the ace director, screen >> Read More... Rajkumar Hirani directed the 2014 Hindi-language comedy-drama movie PK. It was released on December 19, 2014. It garnered favorable reviews after its premiere, with praises for Khan's performance and the humour in the movie. PK, which cost 850 million rupees ($12 million), was the first Indian movie to earn more than 7 billion and $100 million in total worldwide. It became the highest-grossing Indian movie of all time at the time of its release.