Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani starrer Laxmmi Bomb are piquing everyone's interest. The movie buffs are not only going to see Akshay in a scary act but will also witness him in a transgender role and these are enough to sell the movie. Even though it is a remake of a Telugu film, the Hindi version is equally getting appreciated by one and all. Well, after completely taking us by surprise by dropping the bomb trailer, the makers are all set to release the first track from the album, titled, Burj Khalifa. The teaser of the song was released by Akshay and Kiara on their respective Instagram accounts and must say, this is going to be the next party number for sure.
The teaser gives a little glimpse of Akshay and Kiara, upping the glam quotient while shaking their legs at a deserted land and the beach. Both of them are seen at their fashionable best while the catchy tune of the song will remain with you forever. The song is slated to release tomorrow which is October 18. While sharing the little sneak peek of the song, Akshay termed it as the biggest party anthem, so, are you excited for the song? Kumar captioned the song on Instagram as, "Get ready for the first and biggest party anthem of the year tomorrow, #BurjKhalifa Song out tomorrow."
Meanwhile, 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 were trending #BoycottLaxmmiBomb on social media as they felt that the film is promoting love-jihad. Meanwhile, watch the teaser below.
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
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