This is the last ten minutes of 2010’s Enthiran (also known as Robot), the highest-grossing Indian film of all time. It is no doubt one of the most insane series of CG-riffic action sequences ever put to celluloid.
I don’t really have anything else to offer you, since the video just turned my brain to sh*t, so go here for a plot summary. I may be Indian, but that doesn’t mean I can explain or understand this any better than you can. Now I have to go and clean up this puddle of drool from my floor. Oh yeah, stuff happened today…
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