Film – Lal Singh Chaddha
Producer-Aamir Khan Films
Director- Advait Chandan
Cast – Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Manav Vij, Mona Singh, Naga Chaitanya and others
Playform – Cinema
Laal Singh Chaddha Movie Review: Actor and producer Aamir Khan’s dream project film Lal Singh Chaddha has finally knocked in theatres. Aamir has been shooting for this film for the last four years, while the script of the film has been written 14 years ago, 10 years went to get the rights of the film from Hollywood film Forrest Gump. Overall Lal Singh Chaddha is a hard-working film. Which everyone should see.
extraordinary story of an ordinary man
This film is an official remake of the Oscar-winning film Forrest Gump. The story is the same but the way Indian culture and history has been added to the story. He has brought newness to the film. This is the story of Lal Singh Chaddha (Aamir Khan) living in Pathankot. Lal is unable to walk, he understands anything late. When people see someone different from themselves, they start considering him as inferior, but his mother does not consider him less than anyone. She tells Lal to do whatever she wants. He can. He does the same thing, but in his own way. How does he change the life and thinking of the people around him? Along with this, this film is also the journey of his love. Which has made the simple story completely emotional. There are light moments in between. Which also brings laughter on the lips.
very beautiful script
Talking about the merits of the script, in Lal Singh Chaddha, India has covered every major incident in the country after independence, from the Emergency to the formation of Modi’s government, but she does not impose her opinion on any development that it is good. is or bad. There is no debate either. In the current era, the way every little thing becomes a ruckus among people on social media. In such a situation, despite the film’s hero being around big events, his carefree style not only makes the character special but also forces him to think about something. Along with this, the characters who are usually called gray in cinema and society, such as Manav Vij’s character or Kareena Kapoor’s Monica Bedi-inspired character, have all been shown with full sensitivity. Talking about the flaws, the film has become a bit long, especially in the first half, in the second half, the story progresses at a fast pace.
The cast of the film giving a strong base to the film
Talking about acting, this film belongs to Aamir Khan, he has also worked very hard on his character. He has also appeared in a very different style on screen, but looking at his character somewhere, you can see the impression of Aamir Khan’s second role in Dhoom 3 and PK. The character of Kareena Kapoor Khan is an important part of the story. Which he has made stronger with his fine acting. She leaves an impression of Roopa’s character with aspirations, insecurities, childhood pain. He has given his best performance in this film. Manav Vij, and Mona Singh have also given memorable performances in this film. Naga Chaitanya has also been good.
the technical side is great
The cinematography of the film has been excellent. Every frame of the film takes you closer to the film, whether it is the beautiful locations of Ladakh, Kanyakumari, Delhi or Lal’s house and the world around it. The inclusion of events from Indian history in the film has been done well through VFX. Visuals from Operation Blue Star, assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Babri Masjid demolition, 26/11 have been added to the story. The dialogues of the film have become good. The song is in line with the musical story. Background music is superb.
see or not see
Overall, this film is a must watch by all.