Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha Has THIS Major Flaw, Leaves Director Sanjay Gupta Curious: 'Who Is Selling Golgappas In Moving Train'

Filmmaker Sanjay Gupta pointed out that a scene from the trailer featured Aamir eating a ‘golgappa’ (Indian snack) in moving train

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Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha Has THIS Major Flaw, Leaves Director Sanjay Gupta Curious: 'Who Is Selling Golgappas In Moving Train'
In a career spanning over three-decades, the talented actor has rightful earned his title as ‘Mr Percfectionist’. But, things do not seem to be going well for the actor as appears to have lost his touch. 

The recent speculations sparked following the release of the much-anticipated trailer of Aamir Khan-starrer Laal Singh Chaddha on May 29 and it has went on to receive mixed reviews from the fans. 


Filmmaker Sanjay Gupta, who has directed films like Kaabil, Jazbaa, and Shootout at Lokhandwala, also reacted to the trailer and he has a crucial question.

Taking to his social media handle on Tuesday, Sanjay pointed out that a scene from the trailer featured Aamir eating a ‘golgappa’ (Indian snack) while he is seated in the train. 

In the scene, Aamir says, "Meri mummy kehti thi ki 'zindagi golgappe jaisi hondi hai, pet bhale hi bhar jaawe, man nahi bharta' (My mummy used to say, 'life is just like a golgappa, your tummy might feel full, but your heart always craves more')." He then eats the golgappa.

Elaborating his views on the scene, Sanjay said that he is curious to watch the film to find out who was selling golgappas on a moving train. He wrote, "One reason I'm dying to see this film is who is selling Golgappas in a moving train."


While fans offered him several explanations of the scene, he does not seem to be satisfied with the same. 

Many shared pictures of golgappas stalls on the railway stations, while others pointed out that golgappa combo packs are available to order and IRCTC has also announced an e-catering facility for it. Some noted that Aamir's character could have also brought it with him.


Aamir stars in the title role in Laal Singh Chaddha-- the official Hindi adaptation of the Academy Award-winning 1994 film Forrest Gump, which starred Tom Hanks in lead. Laal Singh Chaddha also features Kareena Kapoor and Mona Singh and marks the Bollywood debut of Naga Chaitanya.