Well, God's always there for every soul, though they seem to be obviously omnipresent with Bollywood heroes, and super heroes too! Is it establishing the belief that our heroes are very grounded and have faith in the supernatural; the Lord Almighty! So whenever our heroes; the saviours of masses are in trouble themselves, they or their followers look towards the divine powers.
Not that the powers work only in the film's narrative but also in the film's creative. Take for example the very recently released Ajay Devgn starrer SHIVAAY poster. And if one wants to play with their fellow audience asking… what do you see in the poster and pat comes the reply – Ajay Devgn, no there is something else too and you reveal that there is Lord Shiva in the background. In the formation of the ice mountains!
So, did you catch up the poster of THE FLYING JATT released yesterday, featuring Tiger Shroff as the 'Super Hero'. Now, what do you see in the poster. Obviously I mentioned earlier… featuring turban clad Tiger Shroff. No… other than him, something else. Oh yes I can see the divine power – The Khanda, in the background. Formed out of the clouds.
What next dear film makers? Can we (re)look at the film script instead, which is the real (super) hero!