The horror comedy film ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ starring Akshay Kumar is set to release on 9 November. Director Raghava Lawrence, who is making his Bollywood debut with the film, says that he was forced to raise issues of the transgender community in the film. The film is a remake of the Tamil horror comedy, ‘Muni 2: Kanchana’. It was also made by Lawrence in 2011.
He said, “I run a trust and some transgenders approached my trust for help. When I listened to them, I felt that I should tell their story to everyone, first through Kanchana’s character and Now with Laxmi in this film. After watching the film the audience will know what I am talking about. I first tried to incorporate an important social message about transgenders in the horror comedy genre. The characters. Is written in such a way that the audience can enjoy different forms of characters on screen. ” Also read: Laxmmi Bomb Trailer: Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani’s film Laxmi Bomb trailer will be released today, new poster surfaced
The film stars Akshay’s co-stars Kiara Advani, Ayesha Raza Mishra, Tusshar Kapoor and Sharad Kelkar. The director said, “After the release of Kanchana in Tamil, the film received a lot of appreciation from the transgender. They came straight to my house and blessed me. So when Akshay sir is playing that role in Hindi, I believe this message Will reach a wider audience. My special thanks to Akshay sir for accepting and playing this role. ” The film will be released on the OTT platform Disney Hotstar.