On Thursday, Laal Singh Chaddha is scheduled for release. Indian reviewers haven’t yet revealed their opinions, but a few overseas critics have, and their reactions have been conflicted. Kareena Kapoor, Mona Singh, and Naga Chaitanya all have significant supporting roles in Laal Singh Chaddha, which stars Aamir Khan in the lead role.
Laal Singh Chaddha, for those who are unaware, is the authorised remake of Tom Hanks’ Academy Award–winning film Forrest Gump. Advait Chandan is the director, while Aamir Khan Productions is the producing company.
Laal Singh Chaddha has received favourable reviews from the majority of foreign critics, some of them have even compared it to the original. The floating feather and the plot structure are both loyal to Forrest Gump, according to Fred Topel, a reviewer for United Press International. It provides the story itself greater weight with some fresh thematic framework because the history is less essential to the narrative.
Atul Kulkarni and director Advait Chandan were lauded by Indie Wire’s Proma Khosla for including India’s “rich and diverse” past, which the original film did not have to address. The performance of Kareena, Mona, and Chaitanya in the movie was highly commended in the review.
Carlos Aguilar of The Wrap, though, didn’t seem pleased by Aamir. “Khan’s rendition of the character verges on parody, which is not to say that Tom Hanks’ portrayal of Forrest was ever praised as a model of delicate acting. Even if it wasn’t their intention, the exaggerated laughter and facial emotions read as mockingly theatrical, they claimed.