A new clip of Laal Singh Chaddha gives a glimpse of Aamir Khan and Naga Chaitanya’s training to become soldiers in the film.
The producers of Aamir Khan’s upcoming film Laal Singh Chaddha have released a brief glimpse into the world of the film with a new clip. In the 20-second clip, we see Aamir’s titular character starting his training to join the Indian Army. Co-actors Kareena Kapoor, Naga Chaitanya and Mona Singh also make short appearances. The actor’s fans reacted positively to the short clip. Also read: Aamir Khan Responds To People Calling His Laal Singh Chaddha And PK Performances The Same
Viacom 18 Studios, one of the production companies supporting the film, shared the clip on YouTube on Tuesday evening. The video starts with Laal receiving his mother’s blessings, while the next scene shows him telling Kareena’s character that his mother wants him to join the army, but he is insecure because he doesn’t like to interact with people. to beat. A montage then shows Laal’s life at the army training school where he meets his friend Bala (Naga Chaitanya). At the end, the drill sergeant compliments Laal and calls him a genius, in a scene that mirrors the original Forrest Gump.
Laal Singh Chaddha has been faced with calls for a boycott on social media, with many people dissatisfied with Aamir Khan’s past statements about India. The actor recently addressed the controversy and urged people to watch his film. Fans also supported Aamir in the commentary section of the new clip. One of them said: “We will always be with you. You have always been an inspiration to me through Satyamev Jayate and Rang de Basanti. We real Indians always support you,” read one comment.
Many fans also praised Aamir’s acting and the look and feel of the film so far. One wrote, “Great acting Aamir khan.” Another added: “Better acting than Tom Hanks.” Many fans predicted that the film would become an “all-time blockbuster” at the box office.
Laal Singh Chaddha is the official Hindi adaptation of Tom Hanks’ Oscar-winning film Forrest Gump. The film, directed by Advait Chandan, will hit theaters on August 11.
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