Aishwarya Rajinikanth, daughter of superstar Rajinikanth, marks her return to directing with the highly anticipated film “Lal Salaam.” The movie, which features Rajinikanth in the role of a Muslim character named Moideen, is set to hit theaters tomorrow with a grand release in both Telugu and Tamil languages.
However, excitement among Telugu Rajini fans has been dampened by what they perceive as inadequate promotional efforts and a recent disappointing revelation. The final trailer of “Lal Salaam” was unveiled yesterday, and to the surprise of many, it featured Sai Kumar’s voice instead of the familiar dubbing provided by singer Mano for Rajinikanth’s character.
Mano’s voice has been synonymous with Rajinikanth’s iconic on-screen presence for decades, and his absence from the trailer has left fans feeling disheartened. While Sai Kumar is undoubtedly a talented voice artist, the sudden change has created a sense of unease and detachment among fans who have grown accustomed to Mano’s vocals.
The decision to switch dubbing artists raises concerns about the overall quality of the film’s content and its potential impact on audience reception. Fans worry that this change could contribute to a less favorable outcome for “Lal Salaam” if the film fails to meet expectations in other areas.