The setting is Karnal, Haryana. What’s more, ‘Laal Rang’ never gives us a chance to overlook it. Hooda is a honest to goodness Jat and can and sounds bona fide. Alternate characters excessively look particularly a part of the scene, including the Saharanpur young lady Poonam whose analyses with the Ingliss dialect are amusing.
There’s an exaggerated ‘sadhu’, who is intriguing to a limited degree, and a tricky, blonde-haired bearer who I needed to see a greater amount of. In any case, when you hear a spate of Haryanvi intonations being bitten constant for two hours, it begins leaving your ears.