Lal Salaam – Review By Naveen

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Humanity above all

Lal Salaam

– Review

Vishnu Vishal and Rajinikanth’s son Vikranth have been rivals since they were kids and this spills over to the cricket field as well in their village.

The Three Star team, started by Moideen bhai, was a winning team with both Vishnu Vishal and Vikranth playing, but those jealous of Vishnu’s success and with ulterior motives pushed him out of the team.

Vishnu creates the rival MCC team and the two teams end up representing different religions (Hindus and Muslims) in the village.

Rajinikanth lives in Mumbai with his family and it is his dream to see Vikranth play for India one day. But one match in the village becomes a turning point in Vishnu Vishal and Vikrant’s life.

What happens to the two men? Does Vikrant play for India finally forms the rest of the story.

Aishwarya Rajinikanth has made a film that is relevant in today’s political scenario. Though there are a few plot points which are not clearly explained, the overall content of the movie is really good.

Vishnu Vishal and Vikranth have essayed their roles well and are very natural as cricketers since they play cricket in real life as well. Their roles also have a graph and they have delivered.

Rajinikanth’s power packed performance elevates the second half of the movie.

He has beautifully portrayed the role of a caring father and a community leader and delivers a strong message about humanity.

AR Rahman’s music adds more value to the movie. Rest of the technical aspects are okay as well.

Rating: 3.8/5

By Naveen

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