Laal Singh Chaddha is hardly a Terrence Malick-like contemplation of pacifist philosophy — it's ultimately a broad, sentimentalist opera designed to have audiences reaching for their handkerchiefs — but it does have a more complex and gentle point of view than the film it's remaking. Despite how corny it is, Laal Singh Chaddha it unexpectedly disarming.
I loved this film and there are so many important historical as well as sociopolitical references. Aamir Khan should have received acclaim for this masterpiece. A universal story about love, friendship, and humanity
I watched in English dubbed on Netflix. And feel perfect dubbed which is masterpiece for me specially music and performances of each character and also what a direction. I loved it. Highly recommend to watch.
Aside from how unnecessary remakes tend to be, what’s imperative is to consider whether a story with such a simplistically offensive depiction of disability as an enchanting characteristic can have a place in today’s world, as we collectively try to move away from unchallenged amusement that thinks it’s uplifting even as it punches down.
Between the neutered and uninspired adaptation, the direction that seems satisfied relying on shots that already exist rather than building something new, and the gobsmacking, borderline offensive portrayal of the lead character by Khan, Laal Singh Chaddha is a big miss.
Lsc is the one of the most superb brilliant film in the world, the innocence of laal, the challenges that both rupa and laal had to face throughout their lives and the music are the highlight of the movie brilliant superb