Laxmmi Bomb trailer: Akshay Kumar's sari clad avatar will create laugh and scare you at the same time
The film is the remake of 2011 Tamil film Kanchana: Muni 2. The director Raghava Lawrence of the original film is the director of the remake. The film will be streaming from November 9th on Disney+Hotstar.
The makers of Laxmmi Bomb, starring Kiara Advani and Akshay Kumar, unveiled the trailer of the film. Akshay makes his transformation into a transgender both fearful and funny.
As the trailer opens, Akshay and Kiara visit her parents home. Her mother is particularly afraid of shadows and Akshay does his best to rid her of the fear. His equation with his father-in-law is, at best, uncomfortable. Matters start go out of hand when Akshay’s behaviour slowly begins to change and he acquires a feminine trait. His character doesn’t believe in ghosts and at the very onset he had declared that ‘jis dinn mere saamne bhoot aya nah, main chudiyan pehen lunga’.
Jahan kahi bhi hain, wahi ruk jaayyein aur taiyyaar ho jaayyein dekhne #LaxmmiBomb ka trailer, kyunki barasne aa rahi hai Laxmmi! #LaxmmiBombTrailer out now. #YeDiwaliLaxmmiBombWali! 💥— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) October 9, 2020
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Akshay also shared the Laxmmi Bomb trailer, writing, “Jahan kahi bhi hain, wahi ruk jaayyein aur taiyyaar ho jaayyein dekhne #LaxmmiBomb ka trailer, kyunki barasne aa rahi hai Laxmmi! #LaxmmiBombTrailer out now. #YeDiwaliLaxmmiBombWali.” The film is a Diwali release.
Laxmmi Bomb is the remake of Muni 2: Kanchana from Tamil franchise Kanchana by Raghava Lawrence. It will release on November 9 on Disney+ Hotstar.
The film will see Akshay play a man who gets possessed by the ghost of a transgender. For the role, he had to wear a sari for a large portion of the film. Speaking about it, he had told Mid day earlier that he was comfortable in a sari. He was quoted as saying: “I am comfortable in a sari and had no problem shooting in it. I love doing tricky stuff. It is one of the most difficult characters I have played. I had to internalise the character and get the body language right.”
Incidentally, the Tamil original - Muni 2: Kanchana - had starred Laxmmi Bomb’s director Raghava in the lead role.
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