Koi Mil Gaya (2003)

Hindi 2 hrs 50 mins Romance, Drama
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Review Summary: On the whole KOI... MIL GAYA tackles a novel concept as far as the Indian screen is concerned

Average Critic Rating: (3.57)
Cast: Hrithik Roshan , Preity Zinta , Rakesh Roshan , Rekha , Prem Chopra , Mukesh Rishi , Rajat Bedi , Johny Lever , Beena , Rajeev Varma , Anjana Mumtaz , Akash Khurana , VIVEK SHAUQ , Anup Pandit , Sheeba , Bobby Bedii
Director: Rakesh Roshan
Release Date: 08 Aug 2003

Plot: A scientist named Dr. Sanjay Mehra (director Rakesh Roshan ) creates a computer program from which he sends variations of the syllable om into space, hoping to attract the attention of extraterrestrial life. When he believes he has finally gotten a response, the scientific community mocks him. While driving home, Read more

Koi Mil Gaya - Top Reviews

On the whole KOI... MIL GAYA tackles a novel concept as far as the Indian screen is concerned
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

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Not always do you see a sterling performance as one by Hrithik Roshan in Koi... Mil Gaya.
Vivek Singh, Rediff 
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Rakesh Roshan  Rajesh Roshan  Ibrahin Ashq, Sayeed Nasir Faraz, Dev Kohli  Hritik Roshan, Preity Zinta, Rekha, Rakesh RoshanBy Kshama Rao With Koi... Mil Gaya, director Rakesh Roshan has proved two things. One, he tru
Glam Sham
To all those who doubted the chameleon-like acting abilities of Hrithik, here is the undeniable proof.
Rajiv Walia, Rediff 
, it will be a disappointment
S Pankaj, Smash Hits
You can't fault the logic of Koi... Mil Gaya.
R Swaminathan, Rediff 
Though I should say that the climax is a tad disappointing.
Kiran Chand, Rediff 
Koi Mil Gaya... Kaun? Hrithik reloaded with the same grace and charm that he exuded in his debut film. No I am no die-hard Hrithik fan or any chick babe going gaga over his bulging biceps. But as Hrithik himself quotes in one of the pun intended lines
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The father-son combine seems to work better than any other till date.
Hrithik Roshan's performance. He's endearing. You see Rohit, a mentally challenged adult, on screen, not Hrithik Roshan the superstar.
R Swaminathan, Rediff 
Calling "Koi... Mil Gaya" a remake of Steven Spielberg’s "E.T." is as unfair as calling "Sholay" or "Lagaan" remakes of Kurosawa´s "Seven Samurai." In a smartly written screenplay, use the basic premise of "E.T.", spice it up with a hint of "Spiderman", t
Vijay Venkataramanan, Planet Bollywood
PS: The only good reasons for watching KMG: Hrithik's acting, Priety's beauty and the spaceship. Nothing else.
Madhukar, Rediff