Zokkomon (Hindi: ज़ॉक्कोमॉन) is a 2011 Bollywood action superhero film, co-produced by Walt Disney Pictures, written and directed by Satyajit Bhatkal. Starring Darsheel Safary in the leading role, Zokkomon is Disney's fourth involvement in a production for the Indian market (after the computer-animated Roadside Romeo, tollywood movie Anaganaga O Dheerudu and the live-action Do Dooni Chaar). The music has been composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy.


Kunal (Darsheel Safary), an orphaned boy, discovers how cruel life is when he is abandoned by his heartless uncle (Anupam Kher). Left to fend for himself, Kunal soon realizes the hero within and begins his epic journey of adventure and transformation to become Zokkomon.


  • Darsheel Safary as Kunal/Zokkomon
  • Anirudh Ramesh as Anirudh/A-ONE
  • Anushka Ramesh
  • Lakshmi Ramesh
  • Ramesh H.T
  • Anupam Kher


The music is composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy. Lyrics are penned by Ramesh,Lakshmi and Javed Akhtar

Track listing

  1. Eena Meena Myna Mo
  2. Jhunjhunamakadstrama (performed by Anushka, lyrics by Ramesh)
  3. Suno Brother (performed by Lakshmi, lyrics by Anirudh)
  4. Tum Bin Yeh Dil Ghabraye (performed by Shaan, lyrics by Javed Akhtar)
  5. Zokkomon (performed by Shankar Mahadevan, lyrics by Javed Akhtar)
  6. Zokkomon - I (performed by Alyssa Mendonsa, Shankar Mahadevan, lyrics by Javed Akhtar)


The movie was originally scheduled for release on May 7, 2010, but due to scheduling conflicts with Bumm Bumm Bole, another film starring Safary, the release date was moved to April 22, 2011.

Home Media

The film was released by Buena Vista Home Entertainment on DVD, digital Download, and on demand on July 26, 2011. The release was produced in DVD widescreen and include a Hindi language track plus English subtitles.


Critical response

Zokkomon has received favorable reviews from film critics. Los Angeles Times film critic Kevin Thomas describes Zokkomon as a "lively and engaging family film" that has "more substance and cohesiveness than much Bollywood fare." Robert Koehler of Variety calls the production package under Satyajit Bhatkal's direction "thoroughly pro," while Kirk Honeycutt of The Hollywood Reporter says that the first live-action film from Disney Studios India is "designed to give Indian kids their first superhero."

External links

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