Actor Rajinikanth's badassery on screen - lighting his cigarettes with pistol shots - is widely known among Indian pop culture fans. But if you imagine for a moment that there were others like him, in fact 7, all of a sudden you begin to question your entire existence.
These gems from the bowels of YouTube sum up the Indian superhero cult - men who perform unbelievable stunts seemingly with little or no effort while maintaining a clinical distance from their subjects - in this case unfortunate everyday objects that are thrown in the air, blown up and trashed.
These logic-defying fight scenes make you make you wonder why these men's talents haven't been exploited for the greater good. There are no colourful underpants and latex tights involved - just good old-fashioned shirts, bright trousers teamed with some really chill shades.
Here are seven perfectly good scenes from Indian films you need to revisit for laughs.
Not everyone can summon fire at the snap of a finger, let alone blow up a car with a knife and a cigarette standing 30 feet away.
They're impervious to bullets
Their superhero gluteus muscles allow them to sit atop flying cars as if they were lounge chairs
A look from them will send villains ricocheting through the air
Forget Capoeira. They can make an ugly fight look like a graceful corpse de ballet.
Their preferred weapon of choice is not a gun. It's the (wait for it) Football!
Easy, affordable heart transplants, anyone?