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Watch Laxmmi Bomb Hindi Movie (2020) Online on Disney+ Hotstar

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Laxmmi Bomb is an upcoming horror film written and directed by Raghava Lawrence. The film stars Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani in the lead roles. The film is an official remake of the blockbuster Tamil movie Kanchana 2. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the makers decided to release the movie directly on OTT. The popular streaming platform Disney+ Hotstar acquires the rights of the movie. Laxmmi Bomb will be streamed online on Hoststar from 9th November 2020.

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Akshay Kumar had made this exciting announcement on Twitter. ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ also see Amitabh Bachchan playing the role of a transgender ghost. Other cast and crew details will be updated soon.

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Director Raghava Lawrence
Producer Shabinaa Khan & Tusshar Kapoor
Screenplay Raghava Lawrence
Genre Horror Drama
Story Raghava Lawrence
Starring Akshay Kumar, Kiara Advani
Music yet to updated
Cinematographer Vetri
Editor Akiv Ali
Production Company Fox Star Studios & Cape of Good Films
Release date 5 June 2020
Language Hindi

Laxmmi Bomb Hindi Movie Cast

  • Akshay Kumar as Akshay Roy
  • Kiara Advani as Amisha, Akshay’s love interest
  • Tusshar Kapoor as Gaurav Roy, Akshay’s brother
  • Sharad Kelkar as Laxmmi
  • Tarun Arora as MLA Shankar
  • Ashwini Kalsekar as Akshay’s mother
  • Mir Sarwar as Abdul Chacha
  • Babu Antony as Bhai
  • Muskaan Khubchandani as Palak Roy, Akshay’s sister-in-law

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Tannaz Irani On Apna Time Bhi Aayega: This Would Be My First Time Playing A Negative Role On TV

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Tannaz Irani will soon be seen on the small screen in the role of a royal, her first negative role in Zee TV’s upcoming show Apna Time Bhi Aayega. The actress will play Maharani Rajeshwari Singh Rawat, the Maharani of the Rajawat Khandaan of Jaipur who is fiercely proud and a snobbish elitist. Tannaz about up about her character and her new venture in an interview with the Times of India.

Tannaz shared, “The grandeur of the role really impressed me. While I have played several grey characters in theatre, this would be my first time I would be stepping into such a role on television. I have mostly played the happy-go-lucky, bubbly girl-next-door, but as an actor, there is nothing more satisfying than the opportunity to experiment with the characters I get to play on screen. Maharani Rajeshwari Singh Rawat is a tough woman to please. She is a stern believer of class distinction and the importance of lineage because royalty runs in her blood.”

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Speaking about the look of her character the actress added, ” I truly feel blessed that even though the character is grey, I have a royal avatar which is something I can totally relate to and which the viewers haven’t really seen me in. My look mostly features sarees made of classy fabrics like silk, organza, paired with heavy kundan jewellery to enhance my avatar.”

Apna Time Bhi Aayega will premiere on October 20. It narrates an inspiring story of a young girl who aims to achieve success and respect whilst breaking free from the shackles of background and class boundaries to carve her own destiny and place in society.

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Mirzapur makers surprises fans by dropping season 1 for free

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As the release date for the most-anticipated season two of Mirzapur fast approaches, the excitement for the show is increasing every single day. So much so that the team of Amazon Prime Video is all set to give die-hard fans like us the full first season at no cost! With Season 1 of the show streaming on the platform, Amazon Prime Video has now uploaded the entire first season on to gear up the audience up ahead of the second season hitting the platform.

Taking to their social media, Amazon Prime Video shares, “Mirzapur season 1 is free for everyone from September 25 to September 30 Partying face (sic)”.

In a nutshell, Mirzapur is the story of Kaleen Bhaiyya, the King Of Mirzapur vs the Pandit Brothers, Guddu and Bablu. What initially begins as a battle for power, leading to the throne of Mirzapur, eventually shapes the destiny of the city, influencing its business and its politics. While Season 2 of Mirzapur is all set to premiere on 23rd October, fans can binge-watch Season 1 and enjoy the world of Mirzapur while they wait for the second season to drop!

Fascinating viewers in a terrific first season, the show featured Pankaj Tripathi, Ali Fazal, Vikrant Massey, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Shweta Tripathi, Rasika Duggal and Kulbhushan Kharbandha in the lead. While Tripathi stole the show essaying the role of Kaleen Bhaiyya, the King Of Mirzapur, Ali Fazal & Vikrant Massey packed a punch as Guddu and Bablu Pandit – the wannabe gangsters. Shriya played the love interest of Ali and Shweta, as Golu, was seen as a studious girl entering into college politics. Rasika Duggal played the role of Beena – Kaleen Bhaiyya’s wife and Kulbhushan Kharbanda played Kaleen Bhaiyya’s father, a don of his era. Joining them in Season 2 are Vijay Varma, Priyanshu Painyuli, Isha Talwar, Amit Sial, Anjum Sharma.

With all eyes firmly fixed on what happens next on the show, the makers have kept everyone’s curiosity high by not revealing much about the story. Produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani under their banner Excel Media & Entertainment, the second season of Mirzapur will premiere on 23rd October on Amazon Prime Video.

Mirzapur 2 has been Directed by Gurmmeet Singh & Mihir Desai, created by Puneet Krishna and produced by Ritesh Sidhwani & Farhan Akhtar under the banner Excel Entertainment.

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Vishal Bhardwaj: There is no toxic culture; all this nonsense has been made up

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Bollywood director Vishal Bhardwaj has rubbished claims that the Indian film industry has a toxic working culture or an insider-outsider divide, saying some people having “vested interest” are trying to malign its image. Bhardwaj says he believes that people in the industry are always there to support each other and for somebody like him, who doesn’t belong to any film family, it has been a cherishable experience. The death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput has triggered a lot of debates including one of “outsider v/s insider”, with many targeting the showbiz for ill-treatment of people who don’t have any links within the industry. There is also a talk about the alleged drug-nexus.

Rajput was found dead at his Bandra residence here on June 14. During a virtual press conference of Screenwriters Association (SWA) Awards on Friday, Bhardwaj in response to a question posed by PTI said, “I don’t personally feel there is toxic work culture. I believe there is so much love in our work culture. The film unit becomes like a complete family. There is such a beautiful work culture (here).”

The “Haider” director said there are people who have “vested interest” and they are trying to project cinema as a “toxic” work place. “I believe all this is rubbish about toxic working culture. Ours is a beautiful industry… jo barbad kiya jaa raha hai aajkal uske vested interest kis tarah ke hai sabko malum hai (Ours is a beautiful industry, which has been ruined due to vested interest and we all know about this).

“And we also know why it is happening. So please forgive us, leave us on our own. We are doing good,” he added. “It has nothing to do with insider or outsider. All this is banai hui bakwas (All this nonsense has been made up). We are like a family. I never felt like an outsider in the industry. Whatever little I have felt, that might happen in any other profession (as well). The emotional support that you get here, that you might not get in any other work culture. It is a beautiful industry, there is no toxic culture,” he said.

The director, however, is optimistic about the industry regaining its glory as soon as the cinema halls open. “This is one side bowling happening. We are yet to get to ball because our theatres are closed. Those who are abusing are the ones who go and purchase tickets to watch films. Let our Friday come,” he said. Theatres across the country have been closed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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