A man born with no pain receptors is on a mission to defeat 100 enemies in this Indian action comedy from Peddlers writer-director Vasan Bala.
"Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota directly translates to "man feels no pain." It's a memorable declaration from the 1985 Indian action movie Mard, describing a masculine ideal. In this exceedingly eccentric crowd-pleaser, writer-director Vasan Bala wittily applies the axiom literally, concocting the outrageous story of a young man born without pain receptors who longs to defeat 100 opponents in a kumite tournament." (Toronto International Film Festival)