The makers of the Laxmmi Bomb are in talks to release the film on Disney Hotstar. Akshay Kumar, director Raghava Lawrence, and producers are talking about it. The film will be released in June. Due to the lockdown, no film has been released in the theater for more than a month. Amid rumors of theatres being shut for a long period, several reports of Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani starrer Laxmmi Bomb releasing on Disney Plus Hotstar are doing rounds on the internet.
As of May 3, there is a lockdown in the entire country, due to which everything is closed. Nothing is available except the things of necessity. In such a situation, the film industry is suffering a lot. However, some new content is definitely being seen on the OTT platform. Many web series and movies are being released.
The report stated that Bollywood's Khiladi, makers, and director Raghava Lawrence are reportedly debating on the discharge of the film on the OTT platform and will consider Disney Plus Hotstar’s offer. The film that completed its shooting in March features a lot of post-production work remaining and amid the lockdown, everyone from the team is functioning from home to urge the film ready by June.
Meanwhile, there are reports that Akshay Kumar's film Lakshmi Bomb is planning to shift to the digital platform by not releasing it in the makers' theater. As per the report quoted the source as saying 'Laxmmi Bomb's makers are talking to Disney Hotstar in this regard. Akshay, director Raghava Lawrence, and producers are talking about it. A lot of post-production work of the film is yet to be done, including editing, background music, mixing, and VFX. Now that the team is working from home, it is taking a little longer. The film is likely to be released in June.
'Currently, theaters are closed till May 3 and maybe closed further keeping in mind the social distancing. In view of this scenario, the team is planning to release the film on the digital platform. Akshay wants those who have invested in it to not be harmed and reaches the film wide audience. Disney Hotstar has worldwide reached. He is concerned about taking the film to small cities in India.