Lal Salaam Review: Aishwarya Rajinikanth Set To Rule Box Office

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Director Aishwarya Rajinikanth has detailed religious unity, caste dominance, temple issues, and cricket conflict in one film. Lal Salaam has received many positive comments and a somewhat average response.

Lal Salaam Movie Story:

The film begins with Muslims and Hindus living in a friendly village called Murarbad without any division. Vikrant, the son of Moideen Bhai Rajinikanth, who moves to Mumbai at a young age to become a big businessman, and Vishnu Vishal, the son of Moideen Bhai's close friend, has been fighting since childhood.

In this case, Vishnu Vishal, who has been playing successfully in the 3-star cricket team, joins another team. After that, Vikrant joins the 3-star team after a series of losses to lead the team back to winning ways. A small clash in a cricket match erupts into a huge riot between Hindu and Muslim people.

Following this, when the Hindu people decide to hold a festival in the village, the festival is prevented by a conspiracy by a political party. How does Moideen Bhai fix this problem? That is the rest of the story.

Lal Salaam Movie Review:

The superstar pulls the fans with his every move, like splashing dialogues, action fight scenes, and comedy here and there. Even if it's a cameo role, he does magic on the screen to the extent that the fans are raving about it. Vishnu Vishal and Vikrant have a notable role and have done it well.

When it comes to the negative side of Lal Salaam, the screenplay takes frequent direction; there is confusion as to where the film is moving. Only this can be seen as negative in this film. 

Lal Salaam Cast And Crew:

Aishwarya Rajinikanth has directed the film Lal Salaam under Lyca Productions. The movie stars Superstar Rajinikanth, Vishnu Vishal, Vikranth, Senthil, Jeevitha, Thambi Ramaiah, Ananthika Sanilkumar, Vivek Prasanna and Thangadurai. AR Rahman composed the music, and Vishnu Rangasamy handled the cinematography.

Watch the Lal Salaam movie with family and friends in the theatre to enjoy the audio and visuals on big screens.