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Freaky Friday: "Indian Superman"

Ah, Bollywood. Is there anything you can't make a cheap, poorly misunderstood copy of, add some synchronized dancing to and make infinitely better and stranger? Not if this video is to be believed. Here we have Indian Superman, who is clearly courting Indian Spider Woman. They fly around, via some of the worst special effects of all time, dancing in the air. They stop to have a synchronized dance in a courtyard full of people. Despite being largely incomprehensible it easily makes as much sense as your average comics crossover story. And it awaits you in all its lo-fi glory after the jump.

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