Toonpur Ka Superrhero is really a live-action-animated comedy-drama film directed by Kireet Khurana and scripted by Raagii Bhatnagar. Ajay Devgn, Kajol, Sanjay Mishra, Tanuja, and Mukesh Tiwari star inside the prominent roles. The movie was India’s first feature film combining live-action and 3D animation.
The narrative revolves around Aditya Kumar (Ajay Devgn), a well-known actor who portrays a well-known superhero on television and also appears in movies. He along with his family, which includes his wife, Priya (Kajol), as well as two children, Kabir and Raima, reside inside a lovely village of kinds. He attempts to persuade his kid that almost all cartoons were phoney and that he must not spend his time viewing them on a regular basis.
Kabir becomes furious and informs him late at night claiming he, too, is just a “fake” superhero since his stunts are performed by duplicates. He runs away from home, embarrassed, and therefore is soon abducted by that of the cartoons his son sees. They abduct him after overhearing two individuals discussing Aditya as a great hero. This kidnapping takes place in a network of tunnels, sewers, and subterranean mazes. When he wakes up, he is immersed in an imagined environment. A gang of cartoons approaches him, introducing itself as “Devtoons,” or “excellent cartoons.” They attempt to persuade Aditya to battle Jagaro, a strong evil, in order to preserve his King and defend their survival. A song called “Jeetoge Tum” follows.
Aditya is first hesitant, but if a figure nearby Toonpur called Bolly accuses him of being a false hero, he feels embarrassed and accepts to battle so that he could show to everybody, especially his kid, that he’s also a true superhero. Aditya and other cartoon pals raid Jagaro’s base, beat the wicked cartoons known as “Toonasurs,” then free the King, Tooneshwar, but several of his companions are abducted by Jagaro within the meantime. Aditya’s sole choice now is to obtain the “Toonastra,” a pencil-and-eraser-shaped potent weapon from Rubdoot (Toonpur’s alleged God of Destruction), by using its immense power to wipe Jagaro off being.
He finally meets Rubdoot, and it turns out is that Rubdoot is indeed a die-hard Aditya admirer. Aditya obtains the Toonastra, but Rubdoot tells him that they can use it just once; the explanation for that was that the weapons require continual recharging, and Rubdoot is really the battery. Aditya walks away, telling Rubdoot that even if the weapon works, he will be her best buddy. Rubdoot becomes upset as a result of this, and he vows to stay too though.
Nevertheless, when Jagaro learns of the Devtoons’ plot, he abducts Aditya’s parents in order to save himself. Aditya, on the other hand, invites Jagaro to something like a game—final combat.
The game begins in Jagaro’s playing club once he accepts. By freeing Priya from the Toonasurs and killing all, Aditya completes the first stage, which would be set inside the Wild West. Priya’s resourcefulness saves Raima as well as the Devtoons inside the second level, allowing her to safely traverse the pitfalls and to save Raima as well as the Devotions. All through the stages, Jagaro employs a variety of guile and deception tactics to stop Aditya from winning. The last fight between Aditya and Jagaro takes place in the middle phase, where Aditya wins after just a long slog. Following that, Kabir eventually acknowledges their father as a true hero, making Aditya pleased. Aditya gives Rubdoot his autograph, then he becomes his best friend. Aditya leaves the Devtoons in peace just at end of the film, and Toonpur celebrates in pleasure.
Toonpur Ka Superrhero is definitely a treat to watch.