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Lal Salaam trailer : Rajini as Moideen Bhai shows Power

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 • Telugu Comments
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The much-anticipated trailer of Aishwarya Rajinikanth's "Lal Salaam" has finally made its debut. Originally slated for a Pongal release, the sports drama is now set to hit the screens on February 9. With the trailer release just days away from the theatrical premiere, expectations are soaring high.

As anticipated, Rajinikanth emerges as the X factor, portraying the character of Moideen Bhai, a peacemaker between different communities in the film. The trailer offers a glimpse into the choppily edited footage, providing a somewhat vague idea about the storyline. Vishnu Vishal takes the lead as the protagonist, a troubled Muslim character with a tumultuous past, depicted as an alcoholic and agitator. A pujari predicts redemption for him through bringing honor to his village in the game of cricket, although he faces unfair challenges.

Rajinikanth's swag entry adds charisma to the narrative, with his character expressing trust in the justice system but cautioning against a few untrustworthy elements. Despite the actor's stylish presence, there seems to be a missing element in the trailer that fails to truly excite the viewer.

The film addresses the theme of religious harmony, a timely subject, and is centered around the impact of communal tension on the game of cricket. Rajinikanth asserts that "Lal Salaam" is about promoting communal harmony. Despite initial concerns from AR Rahman about the film being preachy, Aishwarya Rajinikanth has reportedly delivered a compelling narrative that disproved his worries.

The ensemble cast includes Vishnu Vishal, Vikranth, Senthil, Jeevitha, Thambi Ramaiah, Ananthika Sanilkumar, Vivek Prasanna, and Thangadurai. Produced and presented by Lyca Productions, "Lal Salaam" marks Aishwaryaa's return to feature film direction after an eight-year hiatus since "Vai Raja Vai." The film explores the nuanced dynamics of cricket amid communal tensions, promising an engaging cinematic experience. Expectations are high and movie lovers are waiting eagerly to watch the film on the big screen.

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