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Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota (2018)

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It is a story of a young boy Surya who has a rare condition of Congenital Insensitivity to pain meaning he can not feel pain, and he sets out to learn martial arts and hunt down muggers.


Vasan Bala


Vasan Bala (dialogue), Santanu Ghatak (Lyricist) | 2 more credits »
4 wins & 10 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Abhimanyu Dasani ... Surya
Radhika Madan ... Supri
Mahesh Manjrekar ... Surya's Grandpa / Ajoba
Gulshan Devaiah ... Jimmy / Karate Mani
Shweta Basu Prasad ... Amma - Surya's Mother (as Shweta Prasad)
Jimit Trivedi ... Jatin
Sartaaj Kakkar Sartaaj Kakkar ... Young Surya
Riva Arora Riva Arora ... Young Supri
Dhruvansh Solanki Dhruvansh Solanki ... Baby Surya
Elena Kazan ... Nandini
Satyajit Ganu Satyajit Ganu ... Atul
Nishad Raj Rana Nishad Raj Rana ... Supri's Father
Loveleen Mishra ... Supri's Mother
Vikrant Bakshi Vikrant Bakshi ... Karate Chandru
Harshal Mahendra Maru Harshal Mahendra Maru ... Young Karate Mani

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Born without the ability to feel pain, Suriya dreams of being a martial-arts hero like his idol, Karate Mani, in Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, an action-packed comedy directed by Vasan Bala.

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It is a story of a young boy Surya who has a rare condition of Congenital Insensitivity to pain meaning he can not feel pain, and he sets out to learn martial arts and hunt down muggers.

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Vocals by Karan Kulkarni
Lyrics by Karan Kulkarni
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One of the most entertaining and whimsical action films to come out of India
26 March 2019 | by JithindurdenSee all my reviews

The love for actions films from 80s Bollywood, South Indian films, Chinese and Japanese action films and even the present Hindi and American films can be seen not just from the references and homages but it can be felt from each shot and dialogues. As the protagonist sets out to stand against everything evil as he has learnt from the numerous action films from his childhood which is his only real interaction with the outside world we also see how much heart was behind making this film in a way that the story can be viewed as a metaphor for the making of this film itself. Hearing lines like "You are a Kamal fan and not Rajini fan which is why you have grown this beard and started drinking" in between all the madness going on in this film was a golden moment for me. Only a South Indian film buff would be able to find all the references and homages in this film. The action choreography is so well done in this film. Unlike usual Indian action films in which most of the Villain's goons are just there too run and roar here each of them made it felt like they know what they are doing. We also got a legitimate action heroine in Radhika Madan who did all her stunts herself and was an actual powerful and believable character. Making fun of cliches never felt this respectful before. I already want to see this film again and I want that sequel they promised at the end.

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Release Date:

22 March 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Man Who Feels No Pain See more »


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1.85 : 1
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