Lal Salaam Review & Rating {Latest}

Movie Name : Lal Salaam

Release Date: February 09, 2024 Rating: 2.10/5

Starring: Rajinikanth, Vishnu Vishal, Vikranth, Senthil, Jeevitha, Thambi Ramaiah, Ananthika Sanilkumar, Vivek Prasanna, Thangadurai

Director: Aishwarya Rajinikanth

Producer: Subaskaran

Music Director: A.R. Rahman

Cinematographer: Vishnu Rangasamy

Editor: B. Pravin baaskar

Lal Salaam Teaser & Trailer

Director Aishwarya Rajinikanth’s action-packed drama Lal Salaam stars Rajinikanth in a special role and Vikrant in the lead role along with Vishnu Vishal. Lal Salaam has been released today and here we are giving our review so that you can know how it is.

Lal Salaam Story

The story of the film Lal Salaam is based on youngsters Guru (Vishnu Vishal) and Samshuddin (Vikrant) living in Kasumuru village, who were close friends but a tragic incident turns them into sworn enemies of each other. There is a textile businessman Moideen Bhai (Rajinikanth) belonging to their village and his work runs smoothly in Kasumuru until the villagers face insults from another village. Then many incidents happen and seeing the increasing seriousness of the conflict, Moideen Bhai finally manages to reconcile.

Lal Salaam Plus Points

The all-star cast has delivered good performances befitting the demands of the character. The makers have portrayed every part of the film very well on the big screen. Action scenes, dialogues, film scores, and soundtrack are also quite impressive.

Lal Salaam Minus Points

The story in Lal Salaam progresses very slowly. What the makers want to show has already been seen in many old films. Aishwarya has made a mistake in giving a new touch to the film script. The cast’s characterization and weak performances are hampered in certain parts of the film. The plot and slow pace, especially in the second half, takes a lot of patience and is boring the audience.

Lal Salaam Verdict

The weak and disappointing presentation of Lal Salaam is unable to keep the audience engaged with the film. The average performances of the lead actors are the main positives but the film suffers from poor writing, a slow pace, and a poor score which outweigh its strengths. Rajinikanth’s presence also fails to save the film.

This week, Shaheed Kapoor’s Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya has also been released in theaters, which is better and more entertaining than Lal Salaam and can become your first choice this week.

Reviewed by

Gaurav Manral

I am from nainital, Uttrakhand, India and like to write different type of entertainment news like bollywood, Hollywood, South Indian movies, Life Style etc.