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Laxmii Movie Review
- Akshay Kumar’s film is a remake of Kanchana
- Raghav Lawrence has directed
- Released on OTT platform on the occasion of Diwali due to Corona
Akshay Kumar’s horror comedy film Laxmi has been released on Disney Plus Hotstar on 9 November. Akshay Kumar is playing the character of a transgender for the first time in this film and he is accompanied by Good News costar Kiara Advani in the lead role. The film is a remake of the 2011 Tamil film Kanchana. The director and writer of this film is Raghava Lawrence. Raghava Lawrence played the lead role in the original film Kanchana.
Release and Controversy
This film of Akshay Kumar was earlier to be released on 22 May 2020. It was supposed to clash with Salman Khan’s Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai. However, the film got postponed due to Corona.
At the same time, the name of the film was earlier Laxmi Bomb, on which objection was raised, then the name was changed to Laxmi. There is a lot of excitement among the audience about this film as they have never seen Akshay Kumar in such a character before.
Laxmii Movie Story
In the film, Rashmi i.e. Kiara Advani is married to Asif i.e. Akshay Kumar. To reconnect with Rashmi, her mother calls her on her 25th wedding anniversary. In the meantime, something happens that Akshay is haunted by the soul of a transgender – Lakshmi.
Laxmii Movie Review
Akshay Kumar has given many such comedy films which you can watch many times. But Lakshmi is not at all among them. If you have seen the film even once, it just means that you are a Jabra fan of Akshay Kumar. And if you have seen Kanchana then Lakshmi will not be easily digested by you.
Although the story of both the films is almost the same. But the adaptation is very weak. While Kanchana keeps you constantly tied, Lakshmi’s script is very weak. It’s not even close to the maze. The life of any comedy film is its one liner which is missing from Akshay Kumar and Raghava Lawrence’s film. The film’s direction, acting, dialogues – the film’s direction, acting, dialogues – disappoints on every front, if Akshay’s red sari tying scenes and bombhole songs are left out.
The first hour of the film is spent in showing those characters who are not comfortable in their role. Farhad Samji has a lot of experience in masala films but he did not pay attention to the fact that Kiara’s parents are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary but why her brother Deepak (Manu Rishi Chadha) looks more than 35 years old.
Akshay Kumar has worked hard for the film and has been involved in soul-impression scenes. But in the rest of the part, he has been seen repeating his work in films like Padman, Toilet Ek Prem Katha. Kiara Advani has a good fashion statement and smile. Rajesh Sharma is OK in the role of Kiara’s father, while he had the full scope of being impressive. Ayesha Raza Mishra and Ashwini Kalsekar – Saas Bahu Jodi are fine. But the fear of both does not bring the shudder and comedy that was seen in Saas Bahu Ki Jodi in Kanchana. Yes, Sharad Kelkar is impressive in the role of a few minutes. Had his role been increased, perhaps the film would have been a little more effective.
Raghav has tried to tighten the loose script with his direction. But if that thing is felt then the film starts to look weak. Amar Mohle’s background score brings neither horror nor comedy. That’s what it feels like after watching the film – Expressionless!
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