Martial Development

Martial arts for personal development

Bollywood Martial Arts Movies – Then and Now

Tags: , , , , , ,

Shilpa Shetty
Shilpa Shetty
Black belt karateka and Bollywood star

Karate (1983)
Starring: Mithun Chakraborty and Yogita Bali
IMDB reviews say: “An abomination to Indian movies and martial arts…pure garbage…watch this movie only if you are considering killing yourself.”


Hrithik Roshan is Krrish

Krrish (2006)
Starring: Hrithik Roshan and Priyanka Chopra
IMDB reviews say: “An accomplished blend of Indian popular storytelling, western technology and Asian action…supported by an awesome and adrenaline-pumping background score…a historic milestone in Indian film-making.”


Who is making the best martial arts movies today? Hollywood, or Bollywood?

Categories: Karate · Martial Arts Humor · Video

6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Albert | UrbanMonk.Net // Jan 31, 2008

    Muahahah! I actually liked the first one, that was freaking hilarious! Especially when he started dancing on the other guys corpse. I couldn’t tell if the second one was taking itself seriously or not, though. Heh!

  • 2 luckykabutar // Feb 1, 2008

    Hrithik is the most Martial Artisty kinda guy. Very flexible. Hope we see more of KungFu from this guy.

  • 3 Chris // Feb 1, 2008

    More Karate…

    Knife disarms, Bollywood style

    Funky, spooky catfight

    Song and dance at the Karate disco

  • 4 Kungfuguy // Feb 6, 2008

    ha both looked like they wer’nt serious martial artisits can’t fly but the first one was funny as hell

  • tripledoubleyoudotcom » Blog Archive » Although I will admit that dancing on the body of your fallen foe: So. Awesome. // Feb 3, 2008

    […] Development does a quick look at Bollywood Martial Arts Movies. The first clip they show from the 1983 film “Karate” is pretty much what I expected […]

  • Movie Trivia Monday Edition #41 -- Observations from Missy’s Window // Feb 11, 2008

    […] presents Bollywood Martial Arts Movies – Then and Now posted at Martial Development. Tags: Blog Carnival, Movie Monday, Movies, Trivia « […]

Leave a Comment

Highlighted fields are required; others are optional. Gravatars are enabled.

Supported HTML Tags: <blockquote> <b> <i>