Laxmmi Bomb Review: Kanchana never fails to get applause in BollywoodSivaranjani Soundararaj (Author) Published Date : Nov 10, 2020 23:19 IST
Raghava Lawrence and Akshay's Laxmii movie review- Kanchana never fails to get applause in Bollywood home screens. Laxmii movie starring Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani released today in the home cineplex.
Directed by Raghava Lawrence as a debutant in Bollywood, the Laxmii horror flick is purely based on Tamil blockbuster Kanchana by the same director starring Sarathkumar in the lead role.
To those who have never seen Kanchana, Akshay Kumar's Laxmii movie will undoubtedly be a laugh therapy pack of entertainment. However, the story and screenplay replicates line by line as of Kollywood Kanchana but the essence goes a bit less in Bollywood.
The plot and performance of Laxmii movie grossed attention with the unlimited comedy scenes and intense horror for a whole 2 hour 21 minutes.
Moreover, the pretty much runtime never makes the audience feel bored at any point, and the screenplay hooks up to watch in a hot seat.
Akshay Kumar nailed Laxmii horror comedy-drama with his sane acting as Asif (often possessed Laxmii) and replacing Raghava Lawrence is quite a bit of a challenge since the actor already ruled the character with his nostalgic performance in Kollywood Kanchana.
Kiara Advani proved her charming skill through her acting once more, and Sharad Kelkar, who performed the role of real Laxmii has brought the emotions really well enough.
The highlighted part of Laxmii movie revolves around the importance and respect one should give for transgender people. Meanwhile, Laxmii depicts the problems faced by the transgender community in this hectic world.
Overall, Laxmii movie is worth watching beyond the remake and the new release has never failed to applaud the original drama Kanchana by every critic around the nation.
The Newsbricks team rating to Laxmii movie is 2.75 / 5 and definitely a better time pass in this crisis period for people who seek entertainment.