Laxmmi Bomb, a remake of the blockbuster hit Tamil horror comedy Kanchana staring Akshay Kumar as his main lead. Even after being a of such a huge film it got into trouble during it’s initial stages.
On Saturday Akshay Kumar released the first look and poster of the film certainly without letting the film’s director Raghava Lawrence know about it. So, on Sunday Lawerence took up twitter and tweeted that he might quit the project as he felt disrespected.
Despite being the director of the film he had not been informed about any kind of look release. It was a very quick exit of the director as the project has started a month ago.
Lawrence has recently signed to direct the Hindi remake of the hit film Kanchana, which he directed and also stared in.
So, let’s look over his tweet and see what he really felt :
Dear Friends and Fans..!I
In this world, more than money and fame, self-respect is the most important attribute to a person's character. So I have decided to step out of the project, #Laxmmibomb Hindi remake of Kanchana@akshaykumar
@RowdyGabbar @Advani_Kiara pic.twitter.com/MXSmY4uOgR
— Raghava Lawrence (@offl_Lawrence) May 18, 2019
The director tweeted on Sunday that “There is an old popular saying in Tamil which tells ‘Don’t step into any house where there is no respect’. In this world, more than money and fame, self respect is the most important attribute to a Peron’s character. So, i have decided to step out of the project, Laxmmi Bomb”.
Above all he added that there were multiple reasons for him leaving this project. But releasing the first look poster of the film without his knowledge made him feel very disheartened. Therefore he decided to leave. But due to his respect towards Akshay Kumar he will not be holding back his scrip but do not wish to work as a director on it.
This is really a bad sign for Bollywood as it’s found that the industry is not too welcoming for others.
Akshay Kumar in this film plays a character who gets possessed by the ghost of a transgender. The plot looks really fun. So, let’s hope things go fine and the movie turns out to be well.