Director Aishwarya Rajinikanth’s ‘Lal Salaam’, starring Vishnu Vishal, Vikranth and Rajinikanth, is a sports drama that imparts an important social message. It released in theatres on February 9. 'Lal Salaam' clashed with the Bollywood film 'Teri Baaton Mein Uljha Jiya' and Ravi Teja's Telugu film 'Eagle'. Irrespective of all the hype building around the Rajinikanth-starrer, 'Lal Salaam' could mint only Rs 3.55 crore (early estimates) on its release day. It is, however, expected that the film might earn well over the weekend.

Aishwarya Rajinikanth made her directorial debut with 'Lal Salaam'. The film had an overall 30.35 per cent Tamil occupancy. Meanwhile, the Telugu

occupancy was 18.73 per cent. With ‘Lal Salaam’, Aishwarya Rajinikanth makes a comeback as a filmmaker after almost eight years. And picking a strong title for her comeback, along with a much-needed social media presence, required guts. ‘Lal Salaam’ is a social commentary on religious politics that sort-of reflects reality, our review read.

It continued, Vishnu Vishal, on the other hand, plays the lead role, and you buy into the hot-headed cricket player that he is. Vikranth, as Shamsuddin, is quite effective as a performer. The supporting acts by Thambi Ramaiah, Senthil and Vivek Prasanna add drama to the film. However, Jeevitha oversells her performance.

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