Netizens flood Twitter with ‘Ban Laxmmi Bomb’ tweets
- Netizens trended the hashtag ‘Ban Laxmmi Bomb’ on Twitter
- This got here after Akshay Kumar’s latest video publish relating to the drug controversy in Bollywood
- Laxmmi Bomb is ready to launch on November 9
On Sunday, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar had shared a video on his official Twitter deal with whereby he opened up about late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise and in addition admitted that the drug downside prevails in Bollywood similar to every other business. Akshay additionally broke his silence on the on-going drug probe in Bollywood. Sharing a video message, the 53-year-old actor shared that he earlier avoided commenting on the controversial matter because of the “negativity” round him.
Nonetheless, the actor’s publish didn’t sit nicely with the netizens. Quickly after his Twitter video, a hashtag that learn #BanLaxmmiBomb began trending on the micro-blogging web site. Netizens took to Twitter and slammed Akshay for elevating his voice so late.
Amongst these behind the hashtag had been additionally the supporters of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. They demanded fellow netizens to boycott Akshay’s yet-to-be-released movie and tweeted that they’d not help an individual who didn’t converse up within the combat for justice for SSR.
It’s worth-noticing that Akshay’s video message got here at a time when his subsequent movie BellBottom‘s teaser was launched earlier as we speak and the trailer of Laxmmi Bomb can also be anticipated to launch on October 9.
Although the explanation behind the hashtag is comparatively unclear, one goal was to name him out for defending Bollywood. One person wrote, “film hit krwane ka model,” whereas one other tweeted, ” Dil se aur dimag se apne hosho aawaz se #banlaxmmibomb no extra religion left in Bollywood.” Try some extra reactions:
Whereas there have been some who requested others to boycott Laxmmi Bomb, there have been just a few who slammed Bollywood for not talking up in help of Sushant’s loss of life case.
One other tweet learn, “I’m zapping you off from my life @akshaykumar. By no means going to observe a #Bollywood movie once more.”
In the meantime, the teaser of the upcoming horror-comedy is anticipated to launch on October 9. It marks the Hindi directorial debut of Raghava Lawrence. Starring Akshay and Kiara Advani in lead roles, Laxmmi Bomb is the remake of the Tamil film Muni 2: Kanchana. It’s set to premiere on-line on Disney+ Hotstar on November 9.
Akshay additionally has a few different motion pictures lined up together with the spy-thriller BellBottom of whose teaser was dropped on-line earlier as we speak. Co-starring Lara Dutta, Huma Qureshi and Vaani Kapoor, BellBottom is slated for an April 2, 2021 launch in theatres.