Five_red - excellent idea and that's some very good work you're doing there, keep it up! Would love to hear more about the history of Thai superheroines.
Seems like Southeast Asia has for decades had no compunction about producing movies and TV shows with female superheroine leads and that is fantastic.
However you didn't talk about the other non-English film industries which are also huge: Bollywood and Nollywood.
Unfortunately, probably because of its culture and some kind of inability to sell a movie with a main female lead, India's film industry is far behind East Asia when it comes to superheroines, but there are some sporadic examples.
First of all there is Bijli (Power/Energy), whose including in the horror-based Shh...Koi Hai TV show I documented in a thread on this forum a couple years ago. Her character inspired us to create Arogya and Kaliyuga for our series. Bijli is the quintessential Indian superheroine, and actress Neha Devi Singh is quite proud of her groundbreaking role - she mentions it regularly on her fan page.
There was a rumor in 2018 that actress Deepika Padukone would play India's first true movie superheroine in the vein of Wonder Woman, but nothing seems to have come of that as of yet.
Otherwise than that, there are only limited appearances by superheroines in Indian movies (despite the otherwise abundance of superhero roles like Krrish and Shaktimaan), so Bijli is still the gold standard but here are the other entries:
"Zara" in Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. (2007) about two superheroes who fall in love but initially don't know each other's secret identity.
It's only one part of a six-part story in the movie. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honeymoon ... s_Pvt._Ltd
Priyanka Chopra as Sonia in Drona (2008). She was the sidekick to the main character in the film. It was a box-office disaster.
[Tangentially related: lovely actress Nupur who plays Arogya in our series recently wrapped a role in a TV show that's being produced by Priyanka Chopra!]
Kangana Ranaut as Kaya in Krrish 3 (2013). She's a shapeshifter who is a Mystique ripoff. Priyanka Chopra is also in this movie as the main hero Krrish's wife (no powers, though), and there are minor villainess roles played by "Cheetah Woman" and "Scorpion Woman".
The three main leads in the TV show Trideviyaan (which I assume means three goddesses?). It's kind of like Charlie's Angels except the women have powers (strength, speed and voice). But what is weird is that instead of looking different, the characters look very similar and are even named similarly: Dhannu, Tanu and Manu. It's like the producers couldn't think of three different ways to portray a heroic female character. This show ran for one reason, and there are quite a lot of episodes of it (190!). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trideviyaan
And...that's it. But if you thought India with over a billion people was rather sparse in this regard, don't look to Nigeria for pretty much anything.
Which is too bad, because that country has a burgeoning comic book industry, and some of the best titles feature superheroines such as Aje, Ireti,
and several members of the Vanguards (the Nigerian version of the Avengers). Also, Nigerian science-fiction writer Nnedi Okorafor, who works for
Marvel Comics, created the young Nigerian superheroine Ngozi, but nothing came of that even in the fanbase, let alone in the film world.
I did find two fairly hilarious Nigerian vids on Youtube about "Spider-Girl" - they're about a half-hour length each. The costume isn't good.