Koi... Mil Gaya [translation: Found Someone] is a 2003 Bollywood science fiction film, directed by Rakesh Roshan [who also has a cameo role], starring Hrithik Roshan, Rekha and Preity Zinta. It was released on 8 August 2003. The film appears to be an adaptation of Satyajit Rays 1967 Bangla science fiction story The Alien.
The film was screened at the Jerusalem Film Festival and the Denmark NatFilm Festival. Rakesh Roshan has produced a sequel to the film entitled Krrish, which opened worldwide on 23 June 2006 and also became a success.
A Sindhi Canadian scientist named Sanjay Susra Mehra [played by the films director Rakesh Roshan] creates a computer from which he dispatches variations of the syllable Om, hoping to attract the attention of extraterrestrial life. When he finally receives a response, the scientific community mocks him and makes fun of him.
As he is driving home, an alien spacecraft enters the vicinity. He looks out the window, exclaims, "UFO," and begins to veer off the road. His pregnant wife turns the steering wheel, causing the car to flip over a stone and explode. She is thrown out of the car and Dr. Mehra dies in the car. His wife, played by Rekha, survives the wreck and decides to return to India. Their son Rohit [played by Hrithik Roshan, who is Rakesh Roshans son], when born, is developmentally disabled. His mother raises him with tender care in the town of Kasauli, where he grows up to be a young man of limited intellect and childish personality, yet with a loving heart. Rohit has a number of much younger friends; children with whom he plays and who are very loyal to him.
As the story unfolds, he befriends a young lady named Nisha [Preity Zinta]. Nisha feels sympathy for him and humors him as one would humor a child, having learned of his mental disability from his mother, who chastises Nishas suitor Raj for beating up Rohit.
Rohit and Nisha find Sanjays Om computer and summon the aliens by accident. The visiting aliens leave in haste and one of them is left behind. Rohit, Nisha, and Rohits young friends find the alien, befriend him, and name him Jadoo ["Magic" in Hindi and Urdu] when they discover his abilities of psychokinesis. Jadoos remarkably vast intelligence leads him to discover that Rohit is mentally subnormal, whereupon he uses his magic to enhance the boys mind. Rohit is now accepted by young-adult society. Only the loyalty of his friends and Nisha prevent him from developing total arrogance. Raj and his buddies attempt to embarrass Rohit multiple times, only to be beaten in fights as well as in a basketball game, because Rohits bodily strength has increased with his mental caliber. Rohit and his young friends also receive a little help from Jadoo during the basketball game with humorous results.
Nisha and Rohit spend more and more time together, before and after his enhancement; ultimately Rohit proposes marriage to her. She agrees. Jadoos presence is kept secret from all humans except Rohits friends and mother.
However, the government has not given up their search for the alien arrival. Police capture Jadoo, who is then rescued by Rohit. Jadoo flees in his returned familys spaceship and apparently takes Rohits new powers with him. Rohit is again mentally disabled, which saves him from prosecution by the government. Later, Jadoo restores Rohits special abilities permanently. Nisha and Rohit can now lead a happy life together.
*List of highest-grossing Bollywood films
The films soundtrack was first released in 2003 by Saregama.
The music was composed by Rajesh Roshan, and the lyrics are by Dev Kohli.
Winners highlighted in bold:
* Best Movie - Rakesh Roshan
* Best Director - Rakesh Roshan
* Best Actor - Hrithik Roshan
* Critics Award Best Performance - Hrithik Roshan
* Best Choreography - Farah Khan for "Idhar Chala"
* Best Actress - Preity Zinta
* Best Supporting Actress - Rekha
* Best Comedian - Johnny Lever
* Best Music Director - Rajesh Roshan
* Best Male Playback - Udit Narayan for "Idhar Chala"
* Best Female Playback - Chithra for "Koi Mil Gaya"
! colspan="3" style="background: #DAA520;" | Filmfare Award
National film awards
* National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues - Rakesh Roshan
* National Film Award for Best Special Effects - James Colmer, Lara Denman, Marc Kolbe, Craig A. Mumma
*Best Choreography - Farah Khan
Source : Koi... Mil Gaya Wiki Page