Illogical Scenes from movies

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Here's a thread for sharing the acts of the larger than life heroes scenes in movie which defy logic.

Starting of with a scene of Balakrishna from the movie Palnati Brahmanayudu

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No place to keep the cap so

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Chiranjeevi thought he was on a motor bike

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Cycle rickshaw chase

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Indian Neo

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At 6 minutes, this is pure epic. Brain surgery and implant. Watch out for the microwave used to store the brain in deep freeze.
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A heart surgery is going on when the power supply goes off. Then


operation is successful.
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All Malayali films..
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Originally Posted by edwardseco View Post All Malayali films..
Exsqueeze me! I'm not a Malayali movie fanatic, but that comment is sweeping, and uncalled for. I wonder how many you have watched, edwardseco. Btw, it is Malayalam movies, and not Malayali. And our production houses have dished out artistic brilliance as well as pitiable soft porn.
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Turkish, for diversity. Aaaaaaaahhhhh
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Rebounding bullet

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How a about a completely illogical film: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mere_Hamdam_Mere_Dost

I didn't get what Rajinder Singh Bedi was upto.

This was another one I couldn't make head or tail out of: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haseenon_Ka_Devata
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MHMD has nice songs.
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but that comment is sweeping
Agreed, but I received a wonderful and witty reply so it was well worth it. Seen the soft porn, I'll look for the art next..
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Kanoon, showing double role of Ashok Kumar, plus many other showing Double role and face Masks used to camouflage, as in Ankhen of Ramanand Sagar.
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