Laal Singh Chaddha, directed by Advait Chandan, stars Kareena Kapoor Khan alongside Aamir Khan. Both Bollywood stars previously worked together in 3 Idiots (2009) and Talaash (2012). Lal Singh Chaddha is the official adaptation of Forrest Gump. Anyone who has seen the Tom Hanks movie will know how powerful Robin Wright’s character, Jenny, really is. Jenny Forrest is Gump’s most complicated and challenging character. There are many layers to it. Making such characters turns out to be difficult even for the best actors.
Jenny’s character has been established as Roopa D’Souza in Laal Singh Chaddha. The trailer for the Aamir-Kareena movie is long overdue, so a look at the acting of both the film’s actors and the characters will be getting an idea even for those viewers who haven’t seen the classic Aamir-Kareena movie. Tom Hanks and Robin Wright. Now, if Aamir and Kareena’s performance is compared to Tom Hanks and Robin Wright based on the trailer, then there’s no hesitation in saying that both Aamir and Kareena don’t even look like Forrest Gump’s performance. Although Aamir is three decades old and Kareena has two decades of acting experience.
What does Roopa D’Souza, aka Kareena Kapoor, look like in Laal Singh Chaddha?
Some footage of Kareena as Roopa D’Souza has appeared in the Laal Singh Chaddha trailer. Except for a few scenes, the actress did not appear in character at all. Not even for a moment did her facial and body expressions make it seem like Kareena was in the wonderful character of the same Jenny that Robin Wright almost immortalized. Unlike Jenny, Roopa’s face shows the contentment and respect of the common Bollywood heroine who finds her hero despite opposition from family, country, society and finally has to accept everything. The very expressions seen on Kareena’s face can be taken as evidence that she is average compared to Robin Wright.
Scenes from Laal Singh Chaddha and Forrest Gump.
Jenny’s character in Forrest Gump has many variations and many times it seems like Robin Wright’s job in the original film is bigger and more difficult than Tom Hanks. Jenny is Forrest’s childhood friend. The innocent and retarded Forest falls in love with Jenny in his childhood. He continues to love Jenny for the rest of her life. Forrest and Jenny’s love in the Tom Hanks movie is not simple, but very mysterious, free and spiritual. Here in love no one has any control over anyone. But beyond any ties, there is a lot of dedication of trust and mutual respect.
In fact, the kind of personal experience that Jenny has had is that she didn’t have to love any man. At least no Jenny can love domineering and violent men who hold onto the strings of control in a relationship for one pretext or another. this is due to. Jenny has faced domestic sexual abuse when she was a child. Needless to say, a man’s face would always look horrible to her. Maybe Forrest’s gullibility or gullibility is what connects his heart to Jenny.
Kareena’s face does not show the pain of a girl running away from herself
Jenny loves the forest. Forest loves her equally. But in her childhood experiences, her Jenny has become so empty inside of her that she feels a strange kind of boredom, loneliness. She is a victim of depression. She is addicted to drugs. She is running alone in an endless race. Forest couldn’t stop it even after wanting it. Jenny joins the hippies to hide from the world and from her sight. Jenny and Forrest have no purpose in life. A girl is running away from herself.
In American society, hippie culture became very popular among young people in the 1960s and 1970s. In hippie culture, boys and girls were infamous for free sex, drug addiction, and unrestricted sex. . Some studies have revealed that the childhood experiences of most children under the hippie influence and their family social environment played an important role in it.
Jenny’s episode keeps coming in Forrest Gump. Once she leaves the screen, it appears that her character is over and she will no longer be seen. But suddenly there are twists and turns. Jenny becomes visible. It seems that things will now return to normal in Jenny-Forrest’s life, but it seems that Jenny has gone somewhere far away. Suddenly she is entertaining people in a restaurant by playing the guitar completely naked. When Jenny’s eyes meet Forrest Gump, she suffers the same hardships as her childhood sexual abuse experience, pretending to be naked on a guitar.
If Aamir had given the role of Roopa to these actresses, then a different color could have been put on.
Nowhere in Lal Singh Chaddha does Kareena’s face show the pain and sadness of a girl running away from herself. Looking at the image of her in the trailer, it seems like she wasn’t perfect for the character or didn’t properly prepare for it. At least I don’t think Kareena was the best choice for the character of Jenny (Roopa D’Souza). This character used to shoot Alia Bhatt a lot. Alia, who has worked in Udta Punjab and Highway, would have played it with no problem. Apart from Alia, Bhumi Pednekar and Sanya Malhotra could also have turned out to be a much better option for Jenny. Kangana Ranaut’s character would also be colored in the mood. Though Aamir doesn’t see any chance of doing it as soon as he puts his mind to it. Even if he did propose, Kangana, who is allergic to male-dominated movies, would hardly have been interested in him.
The smile, contentment and respect for life that Kareena shows on her face in the guise of the interesting and tangled character of Roop D’Souza is what actually proves that she is mediocre compared to Robin Wright in Forrest Gump. Since the trailer just arrived. The only thing we will do is that on August 11, in the movie, Kareena will prove to be completely settled in character.