Laxmii Bomb Intro: Akshay Kumar is once again in a new avatar in front of his audience and the audience was excited to see his Lakshmi avatar. But their enthusiasm turns into satisfaction or disappointment, for this we have brought for you a review of the film Lakshmi.The film is the story of Asif (Akshay Kumar) and Rashmi (Kiara Advani), who have been away from their family since their Hindu-Muslim marriage.
So when his parents (Ayesha Raza – Rajesh Pandey) invite him to come home after three years, both of them reach there, uniting with the family. But strange things happen to them as soon as they reach home. And these strange things happen to Asif who is strongly against the ghost and wants to make people aware of it. But his faith staggers when a ghost enters his body.
The film is the story of Asif (Akshay Kumar) and Rashmi (Kiara Advani), who have been away from their family since their Hindu-Muslim marriage. So when his parents (Ayesha Raza – Rajesh Pandey) invite him to come home after three years, both of them reach there, uniting with the family. But strange things happen to them as soon as they reach home. And these strange things happen to Asif who is strongly against the ghost and wants to make people aware of it. But his faith staggers when a ghost enters his body.
Laxmii Bomb Story Line:The story of the film is of a eunuch who returns to complete his unfinished work after his death and his soul is found with the body of Akshay Kumar’s character Asif. Entering Asif’s body, Lakshmi returns to avenge her and her family’s death and the entire story of the film is based on this point. The entire film does not wander anywhere from this one point.
Laxmii Bomb Direction: Despite being a focus of the story, Lakshmi fails to engage the audience. One hour of the film’s opening brings you almost to the level of boredom, and the film’s failure is fully credited to the poor screenplay and direction of Raghav Lawrence. At the same time, he plays Farhad Samji, whose dialogues are neither remembered nor his scripted collaboration, which binds the film to the Hindi audience.
Laxmii Bomb Acting: if you talk about acting, then Akshay Kumar may have considered it the biggest challenge of his career, but on the screen he seems ineffective and breathless. At the same time, apart from Kiara Advani’s name calling him and two or four dialogues, nothing has come. So it will be a little difficult to determine the scale of his acting ability.
Laxmii Bomb Starcast: Laxmi’s casting is fantastic. Except for the lead cast. Akshay Kumar is completely misfit in the film. However, everyone in their roles has tried to kill their life. Be it Ashwini Kalsekar’s comedy or Ayesha Raza. At the same time, not much has come in the part of Rajesh Sharma and Manu Rishi Chadha.
Laxmii Bomb Music: Laxmi has been described as a horror comedy but the music and background music of the film is completely different from this. Neither does music help during a light-hearted scene, nor does background music in horror scenes create fear in the audience’s mind. The film falls on both sides. At the same time, the forceful songs of the force leave no stone unturned to make the film more loose and inferior.
Technical aspect: Talk about the production, the design of Wasik Khan and Rajat Poddar and the art direction of Rajinder Sharma is impressive and does its job. Whether it is the scene of Baba’s Mazar, the attempt to exorcise it or the climax of the film, somewhere, you are successful in trying to keep these scenes in the film. The film is released from your hands only due to your weak writing and forced efforts of comedy.
Where did the disappointed: Lakshmi bomb disappoint you everywhere except the last 40 minutes. There are many reasons for this, but the biggest reason is that this film with the impression of South serves Hindi audiences. And this is where director Raghav Lawrence eats out. The action of the film seems childish even in Climax. Neither does the film scare nor bring sympathy for Laxmi in your mind.