Laal Singh Chaddha Review: Laal Singh Chaddha Review.. Did it impress the Telugu audience? | Laal Singh Chaddha movie review and rating starring Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Naga Chaitanya and Shah Rukh Khan

Aamir Khan is cast as Lal Singh Chadda. Odigi understood the nature of mentally retarded people and acted like this.

Aamir Khan came back to the audience after a long gap with the movie ‘Lal Singh Chadha’. He is again seen on the big screen after 4 years. Written by Atul Kulkarni and directed by Advait Chandan, the film is the official Hindi remake of the six Oscar-winning film ‘Forrest Gump’. Although the film is a remake of a Hollywood film, Lal Singh Chadha’s team has tried hard for Indian originality. Naga Chaitanya’s Bollywood entry with this film was promoted by Chiranjeevi Nagarjuna and expectations were raised about the film.

Movie Review: Lal Singh Chadha.

Actors: Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Akkineni Naga Chaitanya, Mona Singh

Cinematography: Satyajit Pandey (Sethu)

Music Director: Tanuj Tiku, Pritam.

Editor: Hemanti Sarkar

Producer: Aamir Khan, Kiran Rao, Jyoti Desh Pandey, Ajith Andhare.

Direction: Advait Chandan.

Release Date: 2022 August 11

Story:

Born into a traditional Sikh-military family in Pathan Kot, Punjab, Lal Singh Chadha (Aamir Khan) faces many challenges from childhood. With the support of first his mother and then Roopa (Kareena Kapoor), he overcomes his disability and joins the military. There he is introduced to Balaraju (Nagachaitanya) who promises to become a partner in the business after completing his military service and enters the business. From there, even if you raise the bed for crores, there is something unknown in life. How did Lal distance himself from being alone with no one? What conditions did he see in that order? That is the movie.

Analysis:

We know Atul Kulkarni only as an actor but he tried to show his potential with this movie. Advaita Chandan has succeeded in making this movie feel like a new movie rather than a remake. Whereas Lal Singh Chadha’s movie feels like a feel good love story but difficult to connect with Telugu people. As it is a Pan India movie, it would have been better if the movie had been planned in such a way that it could connect with people from all regions. As the characters spoke in Telugu it was a bit difficult to connect with the Telugu audience. Apart from that, there are many logicless scenes in the movie. Telugu people can’t connect to the story, even Naga Chaitanya’s character is like troll material. Chaitu has done justice to the role but our people don’t like things like talking with his mouth forward.. Besides, the trend of boy cut is still there.. Unless something miraculous happens, it will be difficult for the movie to get collections..

Actors:

Aamir Khan is cast as Lal Singh Chadda. Odigi understood the nature of mentally retarded people and acted like this. Kareena also made her mark in acting after a long time. She has impressed with the range of her role. It was not expected that Naga Chaitanya would make his Bollywood entry with a role like this, but he was impressed by the performance. The rest acted according to their scope.

Conclusion:

Lal Singh Chadha’s movie seems like a feel good love story but Telugu people find it difficult to connect. As it is a Pan India movie, it would have been better if the movie had been planned in such a way that it could connect with people from all regions. As the characters spoke in Telugu it was a bit difficult to connect with the Telugu audience. Apart from that, there are many logicless scenes in the movie. Telugu people can’t connect to the story, even Naga Chaitanya’s character is like troll material. Chaitu has done justice to the character but our people don’t like things like talking with his mouth forward.. In addition to that, the boy cut trend is still there.. Unless something miraculous happens, it will be difficult for the movie to get collections.

Lakshmi Narayana, Editor, TV9 ET

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