Laxmii movie cast: Akshay Kumar, Kiara Advani, Manu Rishi Chadha, Ashwini Kalsekar, Rajesh Sharma, Ayesha Raza Mishra, Sharad Kelkar, Tarun Arora
Laxmii movie director: Raghava Lawrence
Laxmii movie rating: One star
When you think life can’t be more fun for the rest of 2020, Akshay Kumar has hit our senses with his new supernatural flash Lakmi, formerly known as the “Supernatural Bomb”. It will also give Sadak 2 a chance to save itself as the second worst film of the year. This is a complete blow to the audience’s intellect and a huge blow to Disney + Hotstar’s chances of standing in front of other major OTT players in India.
I remember there was a lot of hesitation in pushing Laxmii into the release of OTT at first, but after watching the movie, it’s not worth spending money to watch a single movie happily. It’s so weird that even the Housefull series look like classic works.
I saw Kanchana (2011), Lakmi’s inspiration, I never liked it, but believe me, recycling is much worse than the original. Lakshmi is so absurd in a way that shakes her mind when it comes to sex change and filmmaking, and after a while you may start yelling for no reason, just what Akshay Kumar did in the film. Logic and sensitivity are never a problem because no one has ever thought about it. What amazes me is how ridiculous and inexplicable Lakmi is despite such a low standard!
The wise Asif (Akshay) is married to Kiara Advani, and they have never dared to reveal his business. They visit Rashmi’s parents, who live in a huge bungalow in Damen. When the superpower enters Asif’s body, things turn south. There were a few typical physical comedy scenes about Akshay Kumar, but as the central plan went on, the laughter subsided, and the rest of you, half-bent over, danced in the “Burj Khalifa,” a completely soulless dance.
Although the film was sold under the guise of a transgender character, it is a joke in society. This is the view of Bollywood towards a group of violent, violent people who demand justice like society and shed blood at the same time.
The gags fall flat, and the actors look rude. No one has anything to do with gambling and then it also misleads the audience. You will also meet some mold characters, such as a kind-hearted Muslim man, a particularly gifted oppressed child, and unimaginable open-minded children. My God, they are so annoying.
The director has a set of formulas – bring a song whenever you want. She is very good at spoon feeding, and if you don’t pay attention, she writes “next night” to change the look.
Usually, even in the bad Akshay Kumar movie, you laugh at some of the penalties, but that’s no fun. Don’t let your conscience condemn you for life. Stay away from Lakmei’s cruelty. Anyway, at least I didn’t go down without explaining myself first. There is a problem.