Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani starrer Laxmmi Bomb is currently one of the highly anticipated films this year. Ever since the trailer of the film was released online, fans' interest has pumped up. From Akshay's scary stint to essaying the role of a transgender, movie buffs are eager to see Akshay's never-seen-before avatar. But just like his million fans, there's a little fan who is also pretty anticipated to watch 'Akshay uncle's' picture and the little fan is none other than Ekta Kapoor's nephew and Tusshar Kapoor's son Lakkshya. The producer of Balaji Telefilms recently took to her Instagram Stories and shared a small video of her nephew Lakkshya where he is seen expressing his excitement to watch Akshay's upcoming film which is also produced by his father Tusshar Kapoor.
After the trailer was released, Ekta reviewed the trailer as, "It’s got BLOCKBUSTER written all over it! Congratulations @akshaykumar @TusshKapoor @Shabinaa_Ent!!! Goosebumps! #LaxxmiBomb" while the movie's another producer, Tusshar shared, "Sabke dilon par raaj karne aa rahi hai ek nayi Queen. Dekhiye #LaxmmiBombTrailer aur miliye ek aisi family se jo kabhi na dekhi hogi na suni hogi. #FoxStarStudios #DisneyPlusHotstarMultiplex #YehDiwaliLaxmmiBombWali! @akshaykumar @advani_kiara"
As there are people eagerly waiting for the film to hit the OTT platform, there's one section who wants to boycott this film. Netizens are still trending #BoycottLaxmmiBomb on social media with full power as they feel that the film is promoting love-jihad.
Laxmmi Bomb is an official remake of Kanchana which is also helmed by its original actor and director Raghav Lawrence. The film also stars Kiara Advani and will hit Disney+ Hotstar VIP on November 9. ALSO READ: Laxmmi Bomb: Akshay Kumar Wanted A GRAND Launch Of The Song ‘Burj Khalifa’ In Dubai, But Had To Scrap The Plan Due To THIS Reason
Image source: Instagram/ ektarkapoor/ tusshark89
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