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Salman Khan Reviews Kiran Rao’s Laapataa Ladies But Makes a MASSIVE Goof-Up; Gets Schooled

Salman Khan goofs up while reviewing Kiran Rao’s Laapataa Ladies.

Salman Khan gets schooled after he calls Laapataa Ladies Kiran Rao’s directorial debut. Social media users remind him of Dhobi Ghat.

Salman Khan shared a glorious review of Kiran Rao’s latest release Laapataa Ladies. Backed by Aamir Khan, the indie film starred Nitanshi Goel, Pratibha Ranta, Sparsh Shrivastava, Chhaya Kadam and Ravi Kishan. Salman took to X, previously known as Twitter, and revealed that he loved the film. Salman said he watched the film with his father, Salim Khan, and he too liked the film. However, his review featured a big mistake. Salman confused Laapataa Ladies as Kiran’s directorial debut whereas the filmmaker made her debut with Dhobi Ghat in 2010.

“Just saw Kiran Rao’s Laapataa Ladies. Wah wah Kiran. I really enjoyed it n so did my father. Congrats on your debut as a director, superb job. Kab kaam karogi mere saath?” Salman Khan wrote, addressing Kiran. The post led to several social media users schooling him about his mistake. They reminded him that Dhobi Ghat was Kiran Rao’s first film and even pointed out that Salman attended the premiere.

“Bro u literally attended the function for her directorial debut Dhobhi Ghat 14 years ago ,” a post on X read, featuring a report about his appearance at the event. “This is Dhobi Ghat erasure,” added another. “Bhai ne bola to sahi hi he, congratulations Kiran on debut,” joked another. A section of the social media is also interested to see Salman work with Kiran.

Laapataa Ladies has received impressive reviews from the critics. The film is set in rural backdrop of fictional Nirmal Pradesh. The narrative opens in a second-class train car with a number of recently married couples making their way to their separate villages. The brides are all wearing long ghunghats, or veils, covering their faces. After hurriedly stepping off the train and avoiding the night’s darkness, Deepak (Sparsh Shrivastava) takes his wife’s hand and heads toward his village only to realise he has left behind the woman he has married and dragged home the wrong bride. All hell breaks loose.

News18 gave the film a 4-star rating and wrote, “Rao manages to intertwine all these stories and juxtapose them with one another at right junctions, without being too in-your-face about it. The subtlety works beautifully as the stark contrast in each of the characters’ lives unfold. The best part about the film is that it doesn’t make women feel victimised or play the victim card. Laapataa Ladies is a film which should be celebrated by every gender. In the season of big screen larger-than-life entertainers, Rao’s film comes across as refreshing and turns out to be a clear winner.”

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