Laal Singh Chaddha, starring Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan, opened in theatres on Thursday. The movie’s August 11 release date was changed from its initial Baisakhi release date.
The film Laal Singh Chaddha is Aamir and Kareena’s third together, following the films Talaash: The Answer Within and 3 Idiots, all of which were directed by Rajkumar Hirani.
Lal Singh Chaddha Cast
|Kareena Kapoor Khan||Rupa|
|Mona Singh||Laal’s mother|
|Shah Rukh Khan||Special Appearance|
|Manav Vij||Mohammed Bhai|
|Kamini Kaushal||Aged lady in train|
|Ahmad bin Umer||Young Laal|
|Hafsa Ashraf||Young Rupa|
|Rohaan Singh||Aman Chaddha|
|Aarya Sharma||Lady in train|
|Arun Bali||Sardarji in train|
|Nazneen Madan||Lady in train|
|Harshil Joshi||Kid in train|
|Sanjay Deshpande||Train tt|
|Rohit KP||Tea seller in train|
|Fateh Singh Chahal||Sardar kid in train|
|Prince Kohli||Honeymoon man in train|
|Sneha Maloo||Honeymoon woman in train|
|Maruf Ali||Man in the next coupe|
|Saloni Umesh Burde||Sports girl in train|
|Abhishek Pandey||sports coach in train|
|Rakesh Dogra||Hometown doctor|
|Jagat Rawat||School principal|
|Gitikka Ganju Dhar||Manjeet maasi|
|Shrikanth Verma||Sports coach|
|Guneet Singh Sodhi||Harry (rupa’s boyfriend)|
|Harry Parmar||Abbas bhai|
|N.K. Pant||Jimmy (Abbas’ assistant)|
|Shiv Pandit||Captain Sandeep|
|Yuri Suri||Commanding officer|
|Sowmyashree Belur||Bala’s wife|
|Prabhneet Singh||Young sweety (maasi’s son)|
|Swaran Singh||Pesticide shopkeeper (sardar)|
|Varun Kapoor||Tv host(new year)|
|Debdas Ghosh||Laal’s follower|
Lal Singh Chaddha Review & Story
The lead character in the movie introduces the story. Lal Singh Chaddha (Aamir Khan), who recounts an odd story of his life to a woman sitting in front of him on a train, says, “My mother used to say, that Life is like a golgappa, even though the stomach is full, the mind does not fill.
Along with this, he opens the box containing his collection of life’s memories while also taking some golgappas and a bottle of hot water out of it. Lal’s words initially do not help spark the interest of the woman seated in front.
However, as Lal continues to speak, not only he but also everyone else in the compartment begins to stutter.
Lal’s mother (Mona Singh), who constantly tells him he can do anything, is where the story starts. Lal, who lacked intelligence, struggled to advance in his writing and studies but excelled at running.
Roopa (Kareena Kapoor Khan), who becomes his first friend at school, is significant in each stage of his life.
Lal Singh Chaddha’s story begins with his early years and continues through the 1983 World Cup, Operation Bluestar, the assassination of Indira Gandhi, the 1984 Riots, the Babri Masjid, the Mumbai bombings, Sushmita Sen’s win in the Miss Universe pageant, the Kargil War, and the events of September 11, 2001.
Even Anna Hazare’s movement and Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan are affected by the Mumbai attack. At various points along this journey, Lal Singh Chaddha forms some unique relationships.
Along with Roopa, he makes friends with Balaraju (Naga Chaitanya) in the army before running into Mohammed (Manav Vij) in the course of the conflict. These connections play a significant role in Lal’s life.
Lal is initially a slow learner and a retarded child, but his mother supports him for his positive traits while ignoring his flaws. The story continues in a number of stages as you follow Lal Singh Chaddha on his extraordinary journey.
Throughout this journey, you will feel love, warmth, joy, tears of joy, and even laughter. This amazing tale has many turns and a number of lessons to be learned.
Lal Singh Chaddha Trailer
Lal Singh Chaddha Controversy
According to reports, the hashtag “boycott” became popular when some internet users found quotes from Aamir’s 2015 interview in which he discussed the “increasing intolerance” in the nation.
While filming Laal Singh Chaddha, trolls dredged up Aamir Khan’s encounter with Turkey’s First Lady Emine Erdogan. Erdogan had sent the actor some images that angered Indians since Erdogan had previously referred to the Delhi riots as “massacres of Muslims.”