Krrish 3, India's premier superhero franchise, stars dishy Hrithik Roshan and soared into theaters to celebrate Diwali weekend. It's the best mainstream Bollywood movie in years. Directed by Hrithik's father, Rakesh Roshan, it's the story of a father and son, both played by Hrithik and both gifted with different supernatural powers by an ET-like alien, Jadoo, in the first two installments. (Don't worry: There is a brief onscreen recap). Evil Kaal (Vivek Oberoi) sits in Stephen Hawking's wheelchair financing his evil empire by pharmaceuticals; he releases a deadly virus that creates panic and then sells the antidote. He and his minion Kaya (Kangana Ranaut) face off against Krrish, holding his wife (Priyanka Chopra) and unborn child hostage. Steeped in Indian mythology, stealing merrily from Hollywood, and foregrounding the intense family relationships of classic Bollywood, Krrish 3 proposes that maybe, just maybe, sleeping with Hrithik (I mean, Krrish) is the key to saving humanity.