Hitlar’s nemesis is played by the late Pakistani megastar Sultan Rahi, whose protagonist is marked for death after defying the evil strongman. How does Hitlar attempt to dispose of the hero? By recruiting an army of bears to slay him. Yes, the son of Hitler has the power to command ursine warriors. In this reality, the history books seemingly double as Mad Libs.
And yes, they do mention the “Salman Rushdie disintegrated by some flying, laser-firing Korans” movie, that I saw a clip from on the news one night and thought I’d hallucinated until I quit drinking AND discovered the web.
And don’t forget 2011’s Hero Hitler In Love:
Hitler is a man with unique and different thoughts who loves his fellow villagers and helps them unite their soul mates. Hitler falls in love with Sahiban, who lives in Pakistan and decides to bring her to his village. Hitler believes in solving the problems by taking about them but when something crosses the line, he decides to become Real “Adolf Hitler”.
The film also revolves around car racing and Hitler who loves car racing, but when he is set up to fail in the Asian Car Racing competition he decides to take revenge, the story shapes how Hitler takes his revenge and fights to win his girl and reunite both the nations (India and Pakistan).