Laal Kaptaan Movie Review : Saif Ali Khan's 'Lal Kaptan' is weak and boring despite big stars

Laal Kaptaan Movie Review Lal Kaptan is a movie in which everything is good, the big star cast is good performance scenes have grandeur but not just a good strong story.

Director Navdeep Singh's 'Lal Kaptan' Ever since the trailer has come, the mind has been curious that what is this film? Is it a thriller movie? Or is it a period drama? The Red Captain is based on the story that after about 25 years of the Buxar War in 1764, there was chaos in the whole of India, Ruhale, Marathe, Nawab, Nizam were all fighting badly among themselves. 

In such a situation, a human being Gosai (Saif Ali Khan) has attributed the failure of the Buxar war to a fraudulent Nawab Rehmat Khan (Manav Vij), due to the deception of which a father and son were hanged, it was such a predictable story. 

At the same time, it is known that the child will survive and grow up to take revenge. Director Navdeep truly wanted to make a Hollywood-style film in which he has been successful to a large extent, the kind of shot he has, he is really praise-worthy but big star cast, grand production value, good distribution. But Navdeep's scrub department turns water away. The film is quite dull, the film moves forward with jerks. There are many weak parts in the story that are clearly visible to you. Didn't the team of the film understand this?

If we talk about acting, Saif Ali Khan is seen performing amazingly in the role of Gusain. The same Nawab-born Manav Vij also records his strong presence. Apart from this, Deepak Dobriyal is notable. Zoya Hussain and Simon Singh, who become mysterious girls, also grab the attention of the audience in their character.

Overall, 'Lal Kaptan' is a film in which everything is good, there is a big star cast, there are good performances, there is grandeur in the scenes, but not just a good strong story. Hence the film becomes boring.

Rating: 3 stars out of five