After Sadak 2, it’s time for Laxmmi Bomb, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar’s next movie. The uproar from the public is getting louder to BOYCOTT LAXMMI BOMB and wants to put a ban on the movie. But what made all this hatred against Laxmmi bomb? Let’s find out!  


Akshay Kumar’s Post

Last Saturday, Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar took his Twitter to handle to post a video, defending the Bollywood industry on all the allegations made against the stars on drug peddling. In that video, Akshay Kumar mentioned that is it not at all right thing to presume every person is relayed to drug abuse if they are a part of the Bollywood industry. Also, he requested to be sensitive while taking up names in social media. The reason behind this is that these be major harm to the career and reputation of the individual. He posted the video along with the caption ” Bahot dino se mann mein kuch baat thi lekin samajh nahi aa raha tha kya kahoon, kisse kahoon. Aaj socha aap logon se share kar loon, so here goes… #DirectDilSe

Netizen’s reaction

Though Akshay Kumar had sent out this message in just a normal way of putting his own opinion on his social media, the netizens did not receive it well. A section of the netizens plunged into immediately reacting against his take on drug abuse. This went up to the extent that it adversely affected his upcoming movie Laxmmi Bomb. People out there are creating hashtags to BOYCOTT LAXMMI BOMB saying ” ‘#BanLaxmiBomb’ ‘#BoycottLaxmmiBomb’.  


The Root Cause Of The Uproar

This all took place after the report by AIIMS’ about the unfortunate demise of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. According to the report, the incident came out that the actor committed suicide. Also, reportedly the Narcotics Control Bureau has given the names of few A-list actors of Bollywood. The name includes Shraddha Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh, Deepika Padukone. Further investigation is going on to dig out other names related to drug mafia in the industry. At this point, Akshay Kumar’s support to the industry has given another rise to the popular hashtag #BoycottBollywood. His upcoming movie Laxmmi Bomb is scheduled to make its release in Disney Plus Hotstar on November 9. Also, it is supposed to release in other countries like the UAE, New Zealand, and Australia in theatres. Now it is to sit back and wait for a month to see if the audience melts with time or continues to raise their voice against the wrong. 

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